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HAVE: 3 honeyberry bushes

Posted by keithruck (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 18, 13 at 23:19

You dig, on an evening or weekend. Located in Monroe, WA

All are about 2 feet tall, shouldn't take long at all to dig them up. You are also welcome to take cuttings if you see anything else interesting.

If I don't get any takers, I'll just bring these to the next GE, but transplanting them now will give you a better chance of getting fruit this year.


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RE: HAVE: 3 honeyberry bushes

Hi Keith,
I would like the honeyberry bushes. How hard do you think it will be to dig them up?

RE: HAVE: 3 honeyberry bushes

I'd love some cuttings, myself. I can certainly come help dig them up. Are they all the same cultivar, or 2 or 3 different cultivars, and do you know the cultivar name(s)?

RE: HAVE: 3 honeyberry bushes

P.S., I have a trade coming up on April 20th in Olympia :)

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