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WANTED: Hosta

Posted by tony_pman 7b/8a Al. (tcmpman@aol.com) on
Wed, Apr 26, 06 at 21:58

Does anyone coming to the swap have any big type hosta to trade? I would reather have named ones, but unnamed ones will do fine. I am putting up a fence between myself and the people next door. I want to fill the space I haven't been able to use with the big type hosta and native plants.
Some of my natives I am offering for trade are: Lacecap hydrangea, oakleaf hydrangea, red buckeye, native spiderwort, 2 types trillium, native ginger, red vine honeysuckle, native coral bells, sweet shrub, native columbine, Jack-in-pulpit/green dragon(Jack has three sections to leafs, this has five), Christmas ferns, and sensitive fern. I have other native and plants on my trade page.

Tony


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RE: WANTED: Hosta

Tony.. I have ex-large hostas.. I wrote you once about your brugs..and you never answered...so if you want my hostas you better answer me..lol...99% of my hostas are blue. I may not get to the trade but I can give them to Lynn and she can bring them to you..I have named ones and ones that had names before my sharpie let me down..
get back with me if you want to trade and I will write you the different kinds I have...

Jody


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