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HAVE: For Lake Tapps trade

Posted by doublemom z8-PNW (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 29, 04 at 18:19

These need to go to good homes, I don't need anything in return for them. Let me know if you're interested and I'll put your name on them. My trade list isn't anywhere near updated, sorry!

1 lavender seedling (Most likely from L. 'Lady')
4 Echniacea purpurea seedlings, one year old
5 Rudbeckia hirta seedlings, one year old
1 Daylily, red, unknown variety
1 Cotoneaster seedling (don't know what kind, the mama plant is about 8' x 8' and is a monster...in a cool sort of way. I guess if I pruned it, it would look less like a dragon and a bit more tame, but I like it wild :0 )

More to come... but I can't remember the rest right now.

See you all soon!
Andi


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RE: HAVE: For Lake Tapps trade

I need Echinacea, please! If you don't find homes for all four, I would give them a home.


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RE: HAVE: For Lake Tapps trade

Hi Andi - - I would be proud to take that lil Lavendar seedling off your hands - - am thinking this new dry streambed area would be a great place for the lil gal!! Am sure most of the plants on my tradelist you already have (or came from you!)but please take a look - - see you at the trade! maggie


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RE: HAVE: For Lake Tapps trade

Since I left the other baby of the cotoneaster behind, may I please give this one a good home? I'll do some scrounging and see what you can't live without!


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RE: HAVE: For Lake Tapps trade

Got all of you written down...

Kellie - Do you need a piece of Gerald Darby back? I emailed you about it yesterday. And yes, you can have the beasty-cotoneaster if you want it :)

Doris - I have at least a jillion tiny little echinacea seedlings that have just sprouted. I don't know how many you want/need, but if you want more I can get you some of the little teeny ones too. I only potted up the larger ones that are a year old.

Maggie - I'll bring you the lavender... I think I have a few babies of Vera as well that I'll try to get potted up for you too.

Andi


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RE: HAVE: For Lake Tapps trade

Andi, I'd say just bring the yearlings, and I'll take them home if no one else absolutely has to have them. Miss Lisa is also bringing me a mondo Echinacea, so I think I'll be set.

By the way, you should see your monster Cotoneaster! I've got two and they're thoroughly enjoying themselves in my front yard!


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RE: HAVE: For Lake Tapps trade

Hi Andi;

If you have not found a home for the Daylily - I would love that. The Rudbeckia also. Are you sure you don't need anything? I have so much and would love to bring you something! Let me know.

Thanks - Megan


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