We are selling Avery Type labels that will allow you to stick onto
packages and record the data of seeds that you may be sending to
somebody or that you may be taking from a garden, even your own. The
label allows for data like Name, Sun, Type (Perennial, Annual,etc),
Planting Depth, Seed Year and where you got them. We are selling them
for $4.00 Canadian or $3.00 American for 60 labels. Shipping is
included. Provincial Tax only if you live in Ontario. Great for you or
for a gift to another gardener.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org Checks are most welcome for payment.
Brian & Cindy
Where do you buy coin bags? (We don't have a WalMart within 400 miles
of here.) Would a variety store carry them in the hobby section? I'm
completely lacking the "shopping gene," so only go to town once every
three months or so.
I have a bunch of seed I'd like to put into coin bags, for storage.
I don't know what a coin bag is, but if you're talking about those
sleeves you roll quarters in, you can get them at a bank, credit onion or
office supply store. Yes I said credit onion. If you're in Alaska, good
no honey, they're talking about those tiny manila coin envelopes that you
get for collectable coins, I seem to remember Helen up in Canada had found
some of those teeny little baggies that you put jewlery into, but these are
tiny manila envelopes that are sold in boxes by size, the #1 is 2 1/4 X 2
1/2, the #4 is 4inches by 2 inches I think, and they have glue on them and
they don't leak seeds. madgardener
and no bank around here in Eastern Tennesse will "give" you coin sleeves
anymore. They expect us to buy them at WalMart's or such....... and those
wouldn't work for seeds anyway. They're too narrow...........and it's alota
trouble to make yer own......easier to buy a box of 100 or 500 for the $20
it cost me a few years ago. They've lasted me quite awhile and I don't mind
sharing a few with her.......
Actually, we have loads of credit unions up here. Alaska USA Federal Credit
Union is building a new branch in the town I live near right now. (I only
mention them by full name because they're the best "bank" I've *ever*
dealt with. IMO, bankers tend to be pond scum, but the Alaska USA folks
aren't like that.)
Coin bags are those little ziplock baggies that coin collectors put a coin in,
to keep it from getting scratched.
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