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WANTED: Ribes Sanguineum (flowering currant)

Posted by keil (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 11, 07 at 17:00

I wonder if anyone has a few cuttings or small bush that I could have..I have searched everywhere I can think of but cannot locate this bush..My mother has a beautiful flowering currant in her back garden in Scotland but I am sure it is not legal to get cuttings from that one..


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RE: WANTED: Ribes Sanguineum (flowering currant)

Welcome to Garden Web!

I thought you might like to know that there is no way to email you they way your preferences are set.

I suggest you go to the bottom of any page here and click on 'Member Pages'.
then Edit Preferences.
Then using the drop down box, set it to show your email addy to Members only.
then check the box to allow others to email you via the forms here at GW. That will place a link on your member page so folks can reach you.

You might also want to (while you are there) fill in your gardening zone, and your state abbreviation.

I for one (and some others too)prefer to trade some things with members that are 100 miles away, as opposed to 1000 or more. Often if I can't tell where someone is located, I just don't reply to threads started by traders.

Happy gardening and trading!

Sue


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