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HAVE: Green Elephant

Posted by lotta_plants z8 wa (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 19, 07 at 18:17

I've got a few things for sat.

deutzia x rosea - one small
clematis durandii - one small
rose "ballerina - one small
rhubarb old veriaty - 4 large pieces, in-laws have had this for 30+ years.
sedum autunm joy - a lot

Allison


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RE: HAVE: Green Elephant

Hi Lotta plants...Really nice choices. What are you looking for in return?


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RE: HAVE: Green Elephant

I am looking for out of the ordinary plants.


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RE: HAVE: Green Elephant

Searching my plants..doubt that I have what you are looking for. ..but you can check my list. In any case..hope to see you at the GE.

Here is a link that might be useful: My exchange list


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RE: HAVE: Green Elephant

  • Posted by drtdgr z8PNWTacoma (My Page) on
    Tue, Feb 27, 07 at 23:35

Lotta,
I'm interested in your rhubarb. Not sure what you want - I have persicaria capitata, p. amplexicaulis (from Bellevue botanical border), and penstemon heterophyllus 'Blue Springs'. LMK, Susan


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RE: HAVE: Green Elephant

Susan, Some of the penstemon sounds good. See you tomarrow. Allison


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RE: HAVE: Green Elephant

Allison, got your message. Penstemon for rhuburb, see you there. Susan


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