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Package of Pink Celery seeds — These Pink Celery seeds are organic, heirloom and open pollinated. They were grown in S.W. Wisconsin on my farm. Celery is a biennial that can be grown in the ground or in containers. The seeds are tiny and should be started indoors. Transplant once the plants have true leaves. Set outside once threat of frost has passed. Can be grown in sun, partial shade or shade, or indoors in front of sunny windows. Each package has 25 seeds.
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Help growing food! Seeds, advice, tomato plants... — I'm offering my help as a grower! I've loved plants all my life and I grew up in the garden alongside my mom, where she grew most of the produce we ate. I believe nature is fantastically abundant, and there is no good reason for there not to be plenty of free healthy food for everyone. We just moved in but we will be starting a large Community Garden here. :) In the meantime, I'm offering growing advice, seeds, tomato plants, and even vermiculture advice/worms for starting a compost!
3,787km (2,367m)
Organic chia seeds — I have about 9 lbs available. Take as much as you want.
15,209km (9,505m)
Malabar Spinach seeds / cuttings — Easy to grow abundance of this spinach organically. Most productive and pest resistant green leafy vegetable.
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588km (367m)
Flip Top Containers — Recycled air tight #7 black plastic containers w/white linings. Originally held glucose test strips. 2" tall X ~3/4" diameter. Good for storing small items like seeds.
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Japanese mapple 3 year old seedlings — My neighbor has a beautiful Japanese maple tree. The wind blows its seeds to my yard and grows seedlings. I had to uproot them. If you have yard, they will grow into beautiful full trees in years. Picture can be attached in spring.
1,813km (1,133m)
REQUEST: Raw Sugar Packets - Whole Wheat/Multigrain Flour - Chia / Oats / Quinoa — Would you give up the sugar in your coffee today? That little packet of brown sugar? Some Chia seeds? Quinoa? Would you consider donating a single bag of flour? That whole-grain bag? Why? Instead of asking for money, we realized (our group Attarum) that it is worth a lot to have these items...Why? Because all civilization is based on agriculture and food. What we take for granted in the civilized world is scarce in the developing world (so expensive it's out of reach.) To learn more about Attarum Humanitarian Ideas that are in need of support: Check here... attarum.wordpress.com
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