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HAVE: Monroe area: one last mature peony

Posted by keithruck (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 17, 10 at 22:38

Looks like I missed one when I dug them all up for the spring trade. I'm not sure if they can be transplanted now (I welcome group feedback). Not sure what color the flower is.

Will trade for a food plant I don't already have; I'm especially interested in a fairly mature fuzzy kiwi set (male and female)-I know the fuzzy ones don't do as well here, but I really want to try one. Might also consider a reasonably sized European elderberry.

Other food plants that are perennial might be options, if it is something I don't already have- but I'm not as interested in berries or fruit trees (apple/cherry/plum etc).

If there isn't any interest, or if I get feedback that they can't be transplanted now, I'll just wait to bring it to a later plant trade :)

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