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Wonder if anyone has angled luffa seeds to spare some? I had mine ready to sow, went away for a month, and it looks like my mum had a clean out of my potting table! They've disappeared...

I can swap with yambean (jicama), winged bean seeds.

 

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Hi Addy, pretty sure I have some.  PM me your address and I'll try to pop them in the post on Monday.
Donna you are an angel - What can I give you in return? Address will be in PM.. thanks so much!

I feel your pain!

I had some Addy but had a cleanout the other week and pretty sure I have given them (as part of a box of seeds) to Donna. Check with her.

Those two little bitter melon seeds you gave me are now a climber on the back fence with flowers. The Jicama seeds are also coming up in seed trays.

Arrgh - another thing my mum did - cleaned out my vege beds - her eyesight's not the best - pulled out my bitter melon seedlings! Have to sow some this week...
:( 
mum! noooo ;)

Hi, yes I can send you some angled luffa seeds - I would love to try the winged beans.  send me your address in an e-mail to vemvaan@gmail.com.

Gillian

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