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Plants trade in Richmond-Hill OR Markham area!

Posted by samfawzy10 Z5 (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 25, 14 at 13:38

Is there anyone interested in a plant swap in Richmond-hill OR Markham are? I would be willing to host it. Let me know if you are interested and whether you want specific trades.


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RE: Plants trade in Richmond-Hill OR Markham area!

now that is interesting not anyone posted re a plant swap in your area
Look in some areas how it really is a big hit

I am out in Barrie, and entered in Communities in Bloom again this year. Over 100 entries in Barrie this year.

I do have some nice gardens heee but not the energy to dig up and pot up plants for a trade

Good of you to suggest the idea of a plant trade Hope it will be a go for you some time


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RE: Plants trade in Richmond-Hill OR Markham area!

Hi, samfawzy10:

What plants have you got?
I have Peppermint which is growing crazily in my garden.
I got it from a plant swat last year.
I have pink Peony.

I have a Fig tree/bush which is growing in the garden for 2 years now, it was indoor for several years before I put it outside.
This Fig has to be covered in the Fall to survive the cold Winter.
I need to figure out how to propagate it so I can give to others.


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RE: Plants trade in Richmond-Hill OR Markham area!

have to think about this just got in from vacation


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RE: Plants trade in Richmond-Hill OR Markham area!

How does this work? Do we list what we have to trade and take them to your place for the other person? Where about are you in York Region? I would like to know to see if the drive from Toronto is worth it or not. Thx


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