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HAVE: Sunflower starts, roses, dwarf blueberry bush

Posted by girlndocs 8 WA (My Page) on
Mon, May 5, 08 at 3:01

I wintersowed way more sunflowers than I have room for.

I have Pro Cut (they're either Lemon or Yellow Lite), 3 clusters in #1 pots and 2 in 4" pots. These are pollenless hybrids.

In about a week I will have a lot of Sutton's Primrose Perfection (OP) to trade as well and will be potting those up in 4" pots.

Roses: I have one small but healthy Glamis Castle suffering the consequences of too little sun, and one Mutabilis. Both are 3-4 years old and pruned down fairly small.

I have a dwarf blueberry bush "Top Hat".

Check my trade list, there are a handful of plants I'm looking for this season.


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RE: HAVE: Sunflower starts, roses, dwarf blueberry bush

Helo Kristin,

I might have foxglove and coneflower seeds.. will check my stash and let you know. But in worst case, are you willing to do sasbe?
I will love to have the blueberry bush and sunflowers


RE: HAVE: Sunflower starts, roses, dwarf blueberry bush

Hi Neelu,

Sorry but I'm not interested in trading for seeds right now. It's my fault, I should have taken them off my exchange page.

I would share sunflower starts with you but unless you're quite close to me might be more trouble than they're worth? I live in North Tacoma.

All: That was fast! I have pendings for the Glamis Castle and the blueberry. Thanks!


RE: HAVE: roses

My Glamis Castle pending didn't go through, so that rose is still available ... also the Mutabilis.


Here is a link that might be useful: Mutabilis

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