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HAVE: free plants for Green E trade

Posted by plantknitter 8 (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 5, 10 at 0:26

I'm pulling up plants like crazy out of my garden, have way too many of these and am getting ready to renovate.
I don't have time for potting up, so look for them in tan plastic grocery bags.
I'll be there early to drop them off in the free area then gotta get back home.
some of them will be:
hardy geraniums- mostly phaeums
some bearded iris
astrantia
campanulas --posharskyana and persicifolia
lychnis coronaria--pink/pale white-- Angels something
filipendula --venusta maybe
etc
I'll see what else tomorrow.


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RE: HAVE: free plants for Green E trade

Hi Plant knitter...I would love some astrantia, hardy geranium and the Angels something Lychnis Coronaria.
Bejoy


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RE: HAVE: free plants for Green E trade

TY plantknitter - we'll be looking for your stash. Let us know if you want something in trade in May or in fall okay? I have a lot of shade, so some of your list fits the bill.
Corrine


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RE: HAVE: free plants for Green E trade

I'm so glad everyone enjoyed getting the plants.


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RE: HAVE: free plants for Green E trade

J,

Thanks very much for sharing from your garden at the GE.

Jim


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