A collected list of desired seeds? - Revisited

Ann Marie mysticgardn@yahoo.com
Wed, 02 Jun 2004 15:10:23 PDT
I'm for that, I use to exchange this way on a site called Garden Web. This way whomever is interested in responding to someones request be it to trade or to purchase would be done outside the PBS rulings and therefore not their responsiblity for exchange of money. Ann Marie

Jane McGary <janemcgary@earthlink.net> wrote:At 12:49 PM 5/30/2004 -0700, you wrote:
> A Wiki page would entail everyone learning how to manipulate the Wiki 
pages, both to add >and delete seed requests. Also there would be the task 
of periodic page cleanup and restoration.

I think the instructions could be written so that anyone could do it. 
Editing the text pages is much less difficult than downloading pictures, 
and this would just be simple editing.

> How the seed would be gotten from grower to requester was also a bit 
> of a question.

How about this: The person seeking an item simply lists his or her e-mail 
address, and the person responding writes to the requester privately, 
offers the item, gets the requester's mailing address, and sends it. The 
PBS would not be involved at all in shipping seeds and bulbs. The two 
individuals involved could also discuss exchanges, payment for shipping, 
etc., between themselves.

Jane McGary

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Ann Marie 

So. California, San Gabriel Valley, Zone 21 (Sunset Western Garden book) , influenced by both marine and interior air(Santa Ana winds). This makes it perfect for Citrus trees and most So African plants. I collect and sometimes sell belladonnas, nerines, oxalis, moraea, amaryllis, palms, epiphyllums, succulents and other south african bulbs.  email me at mysticgardn@yahoo.com for list of bulbs and plants for sale.  For home and garden sculptures go to http://www.rjunkdrawer.com/  

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