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HAVE: Spirea, Flowering Cherry Trees, asst ground cover

Posted by phoenix2006 (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 14, 10 at 5:26

Hi. We are cleaning up our garden and have lots of perennial volunteers to trade. Among them:
- gold flame spirea
- flowering cherry trees (white and pink)
- sedum, kinnikinnick and other ground covers
- black/blue elderberry cuttings
- yellow/orange twig dogwood

Ideally, we'd love to trade for organic (preferred) blueberry plants. Alternatively, we're open to other organically grown herbs/veggies or edibles as we missed the Victory Garden Swap.


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RE: HAVE: Spirea, Flowering Cherry Trees, asst ground cover

Where are you exactly? I have some herb/viggie starts or organic free range eggs...


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RE: HAVE: Spirea, Flowering Cherry Trees, asst ground cover

Apologies for not responding sooner. Which of the plants are you interested in? I'm in the Snoqualmie Valley, and, with advance notice, can probably meet you in a mutually convenient place. Where are you?


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RE: HAVE: Spirea, Flowering Cherry Trees, asst ground cover

Hi, there:

I am interested in several kinnickinnick if you have them still and possibly a few sedums, depending on what you have. Maybe an elderberry cutting? Any other woodland groundcover, like bunchberry, perhaps?

I have unnamed but delicious raspberries, a Triple Crown Thornless blackberry (or two? 30 lbs/plant), several kinds of thyme, two types of oregano, French sorrel, rhubarb....

Anything interest you?


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