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WANTED: Autumn Joy Sedum, Stachys byzantina or Pink Thrif

Posted by jburesh1388 z8 WA (medinaj@soundtransit.org) on
Wed, May 18, 05 at 23:28

I would like to try and find 10 or so plants of each of these. I have large sword ferns, bishop's weed, lemon balm, strawberry or Japanese Pieris 'Mountain Fire'. The sword fern have at least 3 fronds that are 2-3 feet long. The Mountain Fire are rooted and flowering. They are about a foot tall. All of the above are large well rooted plants, so I'd like to get multiple smaller plants for these nice specimans.

Thank you all for looking!

Jacqueline


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RE: WANTED: Autumn Joy Sedum, Stachys byzantina or Pink Thrif

I have shasta daisy as well.

-- Jacqueline


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