Ela La Salle wrote:
Pearl Sutton wrote:Winter Squash seeds want to go places!
(Can only ship to the US, sorry, international shipping is a problem.)
Actually, If I may...the seeds can be sent anywhere in the world (providing seeds are not an invasive species) by simply putting the seeds in a thin layer of cotton balls (so they don't rattle) and sent via regular mail with an appropriate stamp in a regular envelope and the receiver could repay postage stamp and envelope price.
I DON'T MEAN to promote anything illegal!!! I'm just saying it's possible :-)
Just on a side note, it is very gracious and generous of you. I don't have a room for anything that sprawling :-)
International shipping is problematic not because it's seeds, but because right now, internationally shipping anything from the USA is outrageously expensive and slow. Things keep disappearing, too. It's sad, because we really would love to send them all around the world. But, right now, it's simply not feasible.
Greg Martin wrote:
Cute, but not when they do this and not so cute when it costs $650 Carla, so sorry :(