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Posted by soccerguynn 6 ( on
Tue, Nov 6, 07 at 17:45

I have the following clematis:
Violet Charm
H.F. Young
I also have ONE Dr. Rupple Clematis, which I will only trade for nice things. All clematis are 2 feet tall or taller, and potted. They are all in wonderful conditions. I am interested in anything. I have flourescent lights to grow things inside over winter, so I will accept anything I want. You can email me or post here. Gardenweb email doesn't work alot of the time. And always my policy is that I send my half first, and if you don't receive it then you don't have to send yours. Let me know!


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I have many, many daylilies, choose your color! and I have coral ginger, white ginger, viburnam, hydrangea, amaryllis, all potted. Any interest? Denise in NC.

RE: WANTED: Have 3 different varieties (lot's of each) 2 feet ta


This is my first posting in this forum. I'm venturing out into trying clematis when I saw your "Fireworks" being available. I've started planting a pink/magenta/mauve area and this really looks promising to me.

So you still have it or is it already taken?


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