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Keeper Trout
#1 Posted : 4/11/2017 7:20:27 PM
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I live in northern CA but need to find someone I can hire to help me collect some seeds for an ethnobotanical art/research project. It is going to require only a few hours worth of work at most but will go to good ends. It is not a commercial venture but it is worth my paying someone $25 per hour for a total of around four hours their time. PM me if this is of interest and I'll send more details. The seeds I am wanting to obtain are Dermatophyllum (Sophora) secundiflora which is not just native but common in occurrence and also widely cultivated, plus the seeds persist on the ground or in the street for up to some years. The other is Ungnadia speciosa (Mexican buckeye) and those are more perishable. Those also are common and wild in the hill country and also cultivated as an ornamental. Those need to be within the last couple of years of age or at least solid.
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#2 Posted : 4/12/2017 4:04:18 AM

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we grow that in our yard. Texas mountain laurel, the flowers smell like grape kool-aid. the seeds are mescal beans.
it is a common one here in the hill country. I'll save you some.
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Keeper Trout
#3 Posted : 4/15/2017 5:05:08 PM
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Thanks! Let me know how best to compensate you for your efforts.
 
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#4 Posted : 4/23/2017 8:35:45 AM

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Heyo Keeper,

I can help ya out with the Sophora beans as well. I don't recognize the 2nd plant unfortunately.

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#5 Posted : 4/23/2017 8:38:19 AM

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I can help ya out with the Sophora beans as well. I don't recognize the 2nd plant unfortunately.

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Keeper Trout
#6 Posted : 5/12/2017 12:17:22 AM
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Thanks!
Let's talk more details. Please email me at keepertrout@gmail.com
 
 
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