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HAVE: Nursery pot and pots period

Posted by mygardnparadise 7b-8a (My Page) on
Fri, May 8, 09 at 21:08

I have a bunch of plastic pots I'd like to trade for some plants! Doesn't have to be anything fancy or exotic.

I lost my Okra I'd love to maybe find one of those guys...or, anything really...I'm easy to deal with!

This would be a person to person swap someplace within the south charlotte/gastonia/clover/york/rock hill area.

I can meet you half way.

Most pots are 2.5 qts. I have some 4 in green plastic pots...and some 6 in brown plastic pots.

I have a bunch...but, if you wanna know what you are getting I can count each size....there is for sure more than 20 pots!

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RE: HAVE: Nursery pot and pots period

I am emailing you :) Fran

ok thanks

OK, you don't have an email addy so I can't contact you.

I am always in need of pots.


RE: HAVE: Nursery pot and pots period

I'm not exactly famliar with the site yet...sorry!

I was coming on to take this off here..last night my neighbor came over and gave me some tomato plants for them. lol

I will have more though, I'm addicted...I'll post again for you when I accumulate more pots. So next week. lol just kidding.

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