Thought I'd start this topic: re: SASEs. For those of you who dod not kno wwhat a SASE is here is a definition given by another garden site: SASE stands for "self-addressed stamped envelope" and SASBE stands for "self-addressed stamped bubble envelope". Some traders will offer their seeds
for SASE, instead of requesting seeds
in exchange. When you're sending a SASE, please take into consideration these things,
-people may forget what to send you because they have offered SASEs to other people, so please include your screen name and what your SASE is for
-please send sufficent with your SASE, usually two stamps are enough, if your SASE is going to another country, please ask how much postage to include because postage rates vary from country to country
-it would be nice to include a piece of bubble wrap along with your SASE to help protect your seeds
, unless the person says it's ok an dthey have bubble wrap for you
-it would also be thoughtful to PM the person when you get your SASE in the mail and when you get it back, the person who is sending you the seeds
should also let the other person know when tey drop it back into the mail.
-like the acroymn suggests self addressed, please put your address on your envelope, or include a return address label
-please DO SENT AN ENVELOPE THAT IS PAID BY POSTAGE METER, in other words, get stamps, don't get an envelope and take it to the post office and pay for the red stamp mark, the other person cannot send your envelope back to you.
Other than that, have fun and enjoy your seeds
and gardens. Just as an added side note, you could take pictures o fyour plant
and show the person who gave you your seeds
and impress them! Who know,s maybe they'll ask hoe you did it!