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Post  llama momma on 4/24/2014, 2:07 pm

Planning for Fall 2014 planting:  Something to think about later this year...

I would trade 1 bulb of my fabulous healthy organic German Red garlic for 1 bulb of your fabulous healthy organic Transylvanian garlic later this year.  I would also trade the same for your fabulous healthy organic Music garlic.  I might possibly consider others. If my pm box is full use my email address. 

German Red is nutty and very mild when roasted, medium when cooked otherwise, and to me it is Wowee-spicy hot if used raw.  But Note I'm a weeny when it comes to hot-spicy-tasting food.

I would ship in a little tiny box filled with packing material to prevent bruising and would ask you to please do the same.

 llama momma aka Gina
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Post  llama momma on 6/19/2014, 11:57 am

For those of you who PM'd me regarding garlic trading, my 2014 harvest will not be traded afterall.  I don't know what killed half of my garlic but I certainly don't want to spread anything to you.

I'd like to think for some reason it was too wet.  The remaining half survived and is looking very well.  But I'm not sure what's going on so I better keep my bulbs for personal use.  

Thanks to all who responded,
LM/Gina
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