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WANTED: Ladybug urgently needs help!

Posted by ladybugburns z7 SC (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 9, 07 at 23:17

On Friday night, someone set fire to my greenhouse, destroying everything. Could anyone spare cuttings of any of these:banana mint, any kind of thyme,any lavender varieties, pink or black pussywillows, german myrtle, var. german myrtle,blue satin hibiscus, french tarragon,port wine banana shrub, almost any type citrus,limelight or black & blue salvia,red shield hibiscus or candy corn plant.
I still have mints,roses, mini roses in many varieties and hydrangeas I could offer cuttings of, as well as lots of pots in various sizes.
Thanks!
Melissa


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RE: WANTED: Ladybug urgently needs help!

I am so sorry to hear about your loss! I have some common thyme I could give you some seedlings and cuttings, but I live near Raleigh. How to get them to you?


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RE: WANTED: Ladybug urgently needs help!

Where in SC do you live? Do you think you will make it to the Raleigh swap? Or there are a couple of other swaps closer to you. I may have a couple of things but right now they are tiny and may not survive the trip and I think I have some seeds to spare. Shannon/Dirtrx


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RE: WANTED: Ladybug urgently needs help!

Hi Melissa,
It will be a week or two before my salvias are up enough to divide but I should have both 'Black & Blue' and 'Limelight' to share, Les


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RE: WANTED: Ladybug urgently needs help!

Melissa, where are you located?


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