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HAVE: shrubs

Posted by cathay z8WA (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 2, 12 at 18:45

I have some mature shrubs to exchange. The usual rhodies, plus a very nice barberry, a golden leaf mock orange, a nice cotoneaster, an azalea, maybe more. Open to any type of trade.

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RE: HAVE: shrubs

Please contact me by email as I don't check this forum often.

RE: HAVE: shrubs

I am interested in your gold-leaved mock orange, or at least some cuttings from it. In trade, I have the following in 2-gallon or larger pots: leatherleaf viburnum, William Penn barberry, red-flowering currant, Sitka spruce, vine maple, sourwood (Oxydendron arboreum), plus several others I can't think of at the moment. Check my list, as I updated it before my Spring trade.

RE: HAVE: shrubs

bejoy2, I'd be interested in trading for any if the food plants on your list, Vaccinium parviflorum, Vaccinium ovatum,or Salvia elegans (pineapple sage.

PS I used to attend the green elephant exchanges. We may have met there.

RE: HAVE: shrubs

My evergreen huckleberries, even though they are several years old, are still quite small. I have a very nice, sizeable red huckleberry for you, though. And I'll even throw in a pineapple sage. E-mail me at to make arrangements for the swap.

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