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WANTED: drought tolerant perennials

Posted by transplanted2scin07 7b upstate SC (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 10, 10 at 13:35

Mother Nature is insisting that us upstate SC'ers remain at drought status, therefore I need plants that will grow in clay but tolerate drought, for either sun or shade. I have lots of lovely Crabgrass that I'm willing to trade, plus Liriope, Greenbrier, and Poison Ivy.
Please let me know if you're interested.


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RE: WANTED: drought tolerant perennials

Time for this message to go away, I guess it wasn't as funny as I thought.


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RE: WANTED: drought tolerant perennials

LOL.. I think it's hilarious. I just didn't see it before now. I have some Japanese Honeysuckle I can trade for some of that Poison Ivy.


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