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WANTED: Southern Oregon Gardeners?

Posted by mareas OR Zone 8 (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 30, 09 at 10:53

Anybody else from Southern Oregon here on Garden Web? I live in Grants Pass & would love to connect with local gardeners - those folks in Washington are so lucky to have a big group to trade with!!


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RE: WANTED: Southern Oregon Gardeners?

Hi! I live in Medford :) I would love to trade seeds that are adapted for our region. what are you looking for?


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RE: WANTED: Southern Oregon Gardeners?

I'm in medford also and think we should try to get a good trade group rolling around this part of the state.


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RE: WANTED: Southern Oregon Gardeners?

Hello threejaysmoom & grendle!
I haven't had an actual garden in 3 years now, so sorry to say I don't have any seeds to trade this Spring...
I grow mostly ornamental perennials: daylilies (my passion), Asiatic & Oriental lilies, TB iris, hostas & other shade plants, all in pots as we are living in our RV "between homes", as well as figs, berries, sedums & succulents.

I'm with you, grendle! I think it would be a blast to have a get-together to trade plants, like they do so often up in Washington & Portland...
Marea


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