Hi everyone. I have some fresh Ibicella lutea seed that I harvested earlier this November available for a SASE.
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This is a US only offer.
Because the amount of seed I have available is limited and because fresh seed for this plant is not easy to come by, I will be giving preference to those that have experience in growing devil’s claw plants. In other words, people that have experience growing either Proboscidea or Ibicella will be moved to the front of the line. If you still want some, but have no experience you can still apply.
Also, if you are successful in growing these plants from the seed I give you and end up getting extra seed, you must promise to give some out to the community so more and more people get a chance to grow this plant.
If you want in, please make a post and mention if you have experience growing Proboscidea or Ibicella (mention which one). Remember, if you have no experience you can still apply... just mention that you have no experience. Be honest!
I will leave the offer open for a good amount of time. Then I will make two lists: A) one with people that have experience and B) one with those that do not. Everyone in list A will be guaranteed seed for a SASE as long as I have seed available. Then, if seed is still left over, people from list B will be contacted in the order they posted until my available seed runs out.
I will contact you via PM giving you the green light to send me your SASE. You can send a regular envelope or a padded (inside lined with bubble wrap) envelope. If you send a regular envelope, I will wrap the seed in bubble wrap. Since in the past I have had envelopes return to me because of non-sufficient postage, I am requesting you affix 2 stamps on your SASE to prevent this issue. Along with the SASE please include a note with your forum name and the world Ibicella, so I know who you are and what offer you are applying to. I will try to include around 8 or so seeds per SASE. I will post a list to show whose SASE I have sent out.
I am interested in obtaining other fresh Ibicella lutea seed and/or any seed of Proboscidea with black seed color (P. althaeifolia, P. louisianica, or typical, black seed P. parviflora). If you have any extra seed of these I will be more than happy to trade with you!
Feel free to ask any questions.