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HAVE: Free: mature fall red plants

Posted by keithruck (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 27, 10 at 10:49

I apologize, I don't know what kind they are, just that they aren't edible (we are replacing everything with edibles. There are two different types, but they both turn red in fall. One is about 6' tall and 6' wide (mature), the other is maybe 5x4.

If you are looking for some low maintenance fall color, you are welcome to come get these. I need to pull them out this weekend.

No trade required, but you would have to come to Monroe to pick them up.


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