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WANTED: hostas

Posted by homersgarden 7 (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 13, 06 at 14:30

I just moved into a new-to-me home. In the past I have had tons of sun and tons of plants to share. Now, I have tons of shade and no plants to share (a few). I am looking for someone who would like to share their hostas that may need dividing or thinning. We are trying to create a natural bird habitat on our property that abutts a greenspace. I have a few things I can trade or I can pay a small fee.

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RE: WANTED: hostas


Do you think you can make the Green Elephant Plant Swap Saturday March 4, 10 AM to Noon in Redmond?

You will return home with a yardfull of plants. I have some hosta seiboldiana (big blue) I can share with you.

Welcome and best regards,


Here is a link that might be useful: Green Elephant Plant Swap

RE: WANTED: hostas

We're also in the beginning stages of planning a trade in Pierce County in May, and I have a huge selection of hostas :)


RE: WANTED: hostas

  • Posted by akebia 8 Western WA (My Page) on
    Sat, Mar 4, 06 at 23:21

Hi, there:

I have some hostas--one type to share now, more when they come up. I could always use more maidenhair ferns and/or coneflowers.

Check out my trade list for other stuff you might want.

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