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WANTED: Hen & Chicks

Posted by christine65_2007 6 ( on
Sat, Mar 22, 08 at 13:59

Looking for different kinds of Hen & Chicks.

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RE: WANTED: Hen & Chicks

Hey Christine,
I have some H&C's that I've had for over 25 years, so you can imagine now many I have. Anyway, I don't know the specific name of them, but they get very big and are very hardy with the tips turning purple in the winter. If you're interested, I'd love to trade for some of your sedum that you have in your trade list. Thanks, Joel.

RE: WANTED: Hen & Chicks

Hi Joel,
I sent you an email. I didn't email you through here cause for me sometimes it don't work.


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