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HAVE: daylilies, cannas, hosta - you dig, you keep.

Posted by jakabedy Alabama (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 14, 08 at 15:51

Birmingham, AL, area

If you dig 'em, you can have 'em. I don't know the technical names, but the daylilies are the orange ones that are very common. The cannas also have orange flowers. We're getting ready to do some big landscaping in the next month and these have to go. I won't have a sunny area for them. I have found good homes for some already, but I'd love for them all to find good homes.

There are also two BIG rose bushes, but they may be too big to move. They look a bit like Cardinal Hume, but don't hold me to that, as I simply flipped through a book to try to come up with a description.

And along the lines of BIG, there are two very large camellia shrubs. I also don't know if these are movable, but you could try.

Send me an e-mail at and I'll be glad to let you come take a look. We are about 3 miles from the Shelby County Airport exit off I-65.

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RE: HAVE: daylilies, cannas, hosta - you dig, you keep.

Hello, I will take the hosta's. When is a good time for you? Wens. will work for me if that is ok with you. I can come early in the day if it is not raining wens.
Jill B.

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