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have: huge boston fern

Posted by cannadoit 7b/8a (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 11, 09 at 13:24

I'm looking for a local trade. I have an enormous Boston fern....prolly 3ft by 3ft in a hanging basket. I am a killer of Boston fern....so I'd like to trade someone something for it. lol

Anyone locally interested in a trade?


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RE: have: huge boston fern

You're in Upstate SC,too, right? Are you looking for perennials?

I have some Leucanthemum "Summer Snowball", which is a pompom looking Shasta Daisy, I have some Echinacea "Prima Donna", a pink coneflower, I have some gorgeous Sedum "Angelina" and Sedum "Blue Spruce", both drought tolerant ground covers, I have tons of Liriope, I have Verbena "Homestead", which looks great with "Angelina" and blooms for a very long time, and I can probably find a few more things if none of that interests you. Email me directly at sdupre61@gmail.com. Thanks,
Sandi aka transplanted2scin07


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RE: have: huge boston fern

Sandi,
I emailed you on Saturday...just fyi...I hadn't been feeling well...sorry it ook me so long to get in touch with you.


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RE: have: huge boston fern

Want my Boston fern too? I'm not looking for a trade. You can jut have it if you want it.


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