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HAVE: Oak leaf, hydangeas, native azaleas, global warming

Posted by stanreese 7 (stanreese@hotmail.com) on
Sun, Apr 15, 07 at 11:07

I can have Oak Leaf Hydranges and Native Azaleas and maybe even a few bottlebrush buckeye bushes if this global warming trend will pass. I would like to trade for day lillies. By the way, Algore, if you are listening.....right!


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RE: HAVE: Oak leaf, hydangeas, native azaleas, global warming

oh Stan, please save me Native Azaleas and a bottlebrush for fall - and check out my plants on my webpage, let me know if you want any of the daylilies - i will make a list and pot some up for fall swap (can't make spring swap - field trip to Six Flags day before, plus ball games - only so muhc my old butt can take).

Isn't this weather wild?!?!

Here is a link that might be useful: My Plants


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RE: HAVE: Oak leaf, hydangeas, native azaleas, global warming

Stan, I am interested in your native azeleas and Bottlebush buckeye. Check my posting of plants I have and my plant page and let me know if you find anything.

Tony


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RE: HAVE: Oak leaf, hydangeas, native azaleas, global warming

I am interested in your native azaleas. Please look at my trade list. Susan.


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RE: HAVE: Oak leaf, hydangeas, native azaleas, global warming

I am interested in native azaleas and Oak Leafs and can trade for named and "lost" named daylilies. Let me know if you are interested. Linda


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