General The Seeds of life!!!

Discussion in 'Asia & Africa General Discussion' started by JediKnightOB1, Mar 13, 2004.

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  1. JediKnightOB1 Force Ghost

    Member Since:
    Jan 26, 2003
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    Hello fellow JC'rs,

    My name is Darren aka JediKnightOB1. I live in Gainesville, Florida and go to the University of Florida were I am beginning to study plants and insects. I work with my parents on their small plant nursery and we are looking for various plantlife that will also grow in our region.

    If anyone could be of assistance it would be most appreciated. Please let me know what area that you are from and what types of plants that you have and I will cross check to see if propagation from the seeds will allow it to grow here.

    Professionally,
    Darren aka JediKnightOB1
  2. DarthXan318 Manager Emeritus

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    Sep 12, 2002
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    Hm ... I could try, but I'm hopeless at most stuff involving plants. The only think I managed to look after well was a cactus in a pot.

    What sort of plants are you looking for?
  3. JediKnightOB1 Force Ghost

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    Jan 26, 2003
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    Hello Star Wars friends, Darren here again. I am sorry that I was not more descriptive about the seeds from plants that I am looking for.

    The list includes...

    Podocarpus
    Panchypodium
    Mopani
    Incense Tree
    Atlas Cedar
    Clanwilliam Cedar
    Cork Oak
    Olive Tree
    Shea Tree
    Acacia
    Avodire'
    African Tulip Tree
    African Mohogany
    African Rosewood
    African Ebony
    Aligna
    Kola
    Doum Palm
    Iroko
    Bubinga
    Boabab
    Afrara
    Myrrh
    Red Ironwood
    Yellow Satinwood

    I am also looking for a variety of flowers. These could be found at your local garden center in packets.

    If you are in Northern Africa you will have to wait until fall. If you are in Southern Africa seeds should be everywhere.

    Once I know what you have we will work on a method of payment.

    Best,
    Darren
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