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HAVE: Acanthus mollis, and several large photinia

Posted by catgal77 Everett, WA (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 24, 07 at 16:47

I have a Acanthus mollis (bears breech) and several large photinia bushes that I would like to trade for a bit of woolly thyme, or perhaps just something pretty, interesting, and non-invasive... or you can just have them. Let me know if you are interested. Thanks!

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RE: HAVE: Acanthus mollis, and several large photinia

I would love some of the Acanthus Mollis. I have creeping thyme, and also juncus effusus(unicorn rush), and baby rhubarb. If none of these will, I WILL find something you like. Also have 2 smaller cherry trees and 2 smaller peach trees, and black walnuts or black walnut trees. Please let me know. I can come to you as my hubby works in Everett.


Here is a link that might be useful: Unicorn Rush

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