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HAVE: variegated ligustrum

Posted by wonbyherwits z7 NC (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 21, 08 at 13:56

I have 8 Swift's Creek ligustrum that are getting eaten by deer. It's time for me to pass these along to someone who can use them.

I will give them away to someone who will dig them out -- should be easy. They were planted as 3 gallon pots. The tallest one is probably 36" high. They can be pruned down to fit your transportation, if necessary.

If you want to trade something for these, I'm interested in buddleia, agastache, coneflowers or creeping phlox. However, a trade isn't necessary in order to get these.

I live in a fire ant, I can not ethically give them to anyone outside the fire ant zone because I'm a NCDA licensed nursery retailer.


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