Interesting Herb seed catalogue

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    Re: Interesting Herb seed catalogue

    G'day
    thanks for the link
    cheers
     
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    Re: Interesting Herb seed catalogue

    Highly recommended... i have lettuces and tomatoes just sticking their cotyledons out of the pot, i got from them. I live only a couple of hours from them, but if i order today, they arrive by tomorrow.

    Great people too!
     
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    I buy all my seeds from thelostseed.com.au and have been very satisfied with their products and service. Thanks for the link for herb seeds. Will check it out.
     
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    Re: Interesting Herb seed catalogue

    Thanks for the feedback & links everyone!

    This is a company i have dealt with happily for many years.
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    https://www.richters.com/
    Their catalog is a mini herb encyclopedia/dictionary, well worth getting a hard copy (free) for your Permaculture library.

    Check with Australian Customs before importing any seeds related to commercial crops-or potential weeds.
    An on-line check/search is available at ICON
    https://www.aqis.gov.au/icon32/asp/ex_querycontent.asp
    See also
    viewtopic.php?f=5&t=10516
    A bit of a pity they have banned Ephedra (spp.)- a very useful medicinal herb.
    I doubt if the bikies would grow acres of it for speed manufacture.
     

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