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have: june 7: graysville, person trade

Posted by debbido4 7 (My Page) on
Wed, May 28, 14 at 20:24

June 7, Graysville at 6:00 p.m. Come & Get 'Em!!! I will have the following plants for you to come and dig: Horsetail Rush, Forsythia "Yellow Bells", pink Phlox, Chameleon Plant, and Orange Tiger Lily (just a few), Big Blue Liriope. I'm sure there is more, but this is what I need moved. You can have them for free, but trades are also welcome. I don't currently need any plants but would love homemade soap, lip balm, raw honey, home canned jelly, mosaic tessarae, etc.

For someone who has a good trade, I have tons more that can go such as Helleborus, Columbine, variegated Solomon's Seal, several different ferns, etc. Those I would only dig for a good trade.

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RE: have: june 7: graysville, person trade

I was interested in maybe trading with you for Helleborus, Columbine, and maybe ferns. What types of ferns do you have. Several I have I do no know names for sure because I have found them on our property or they are pass along plants. I will look at your plant list and see if there's anything else you might be looking for....My email is am having problems changing my setting to show my email.

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