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HAVE: Sword and Lady ferns for Bonney Lake

Posted by doublemom z8-PNW (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 22, 06 at 12:31

I have about 10 potted native sword and lady ferns that popped up inside my greenhouse last year. I hate to throw them out, but I just don't have room for them. They're just now starting to put out new growth.

Speak up, they're free for the asking. I'll have them at the Bonney Lake trade :)

Andi


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RE: HAVE: Sword and Lady ferns for Bonney Lake

I'd be glad to give some a home.


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RE: HAVE: Sword and Lady ferns for Bonney Lake

I would love to have some lady ferns.
Teresa


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RE: HAVE: Sword and Lady ferns for Bonney Lake

I would love both Andi. Michele


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RE: HAVE: Sword and Lady ferns for Bonney Lake

I have some sword ferns coming already but what ever is left over I'll take! see U soon :) Frani.


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RE: HAVE: Sword and Lady ferns for Bonney Lake

Andi,
If you don't have enough ferns for everyone, then don't give me any. I can dig some from the trail in the back yard. And if you run out of sword ferns, I can dig some up that I needed to move anyway.
Teresa


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