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have: 10 flame creeper azaleas free - local pick-up only

Posted by gingerroottx 7 (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 18, 06 at 23:22

I am making room in a flower bed for some Hostas, and I unfortunately have to move my Azaleas, and don't feel up for the extra work required to transplant them.

However, if you would have any Hostas you could trade for them, I'd appreciate it. It doesn't have to be 1 for 1. I would be happy with a couple different Hostas for my shrubs.

Please email me for directions to my home here in the Jamestown, High Point area. I'll be glad to help you dig them out...they're not that large even though they're mature....they are a dwarf variety of Azalea that kinda creep along with low growing foliage, and have a nice profusion of red blooms in the early summer.

If you are interested, please email me soon as I'd like to move them in the next couple of weeks. Thank you.

Here is a link that might be useful: Abbreviated pic of these Azaleas


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RE: have: 10 flame creeper azaleas free - local pick-up only

If you can get some hostas for your flame azaleas, great. I could give you a couple of healthy hostas but I don't know their names. I have a few and they are doing really well. If you can get a whole lot of hostas for your flame azaleas, go for it, but if you don't get a better offer, I'm definitely interested. The only thing is timing. I would have trouble getting to your area before Oct 7, but I plan to go to the swap that day and would be delighted to go on to your home from there -- if that's not later than you want to get your azaleas out of the bed! So there are some "ifs" for you if you don't get a better and more timely offer! Thanks


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RE: have: 10 flame creeper azaleas free - local pick-up only

Hi,
I would love 2 of your azaleas if you are willing to ship them. I have hostas (Striptease, wolverine, golden tiara.
Let me know.
Jean
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