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HAVE: Raspberry - (Seattle) Eastside

Posted by pianojuggler z8b WA (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 25, 08 at 16:19

I am rearranging my yard and there are a couple dozen raspberry canes that my father planted in the mid-1970's. I have no idea what varieties they are. I have not pruned them (or really done anything but ignore them!) for 15 or 20 years. If you want to dig some up, they are free for the taking.

If you *really* feel the need to offer something in exchange, I am always interested in groundcovers, especially dense things that do well in dry shade.

I am a few miles away from the site of the Newcastle trade.


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RE: HAVE: Raspberry - (Seattle) Eastside

I may be interested in some of the raspberry canes. I'm moving some stuff around in my yard in the next few days. I'll let you know if I have room. That is - if any are left.


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RE: HAVE: Raspberry - (Seattle) Eastside

No one else has been interested, so I still have plenty.


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RE: HAVE: Raspberry - (Seattle) Eastside

I can have some, do not have anything for trade... if thats okay???

Thanks,
Neelu


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