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HAVE: Free plants

Posted by barbe_wa SW WA Zone 8 (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 25, 12 at 20:26

I have a lot of wintersown perennials, mostly common stuff, in pots ready to go in the ground. Since we probably won't be able to make the fall trades this year, I would be happy to give them away to anyone who is interested. Please e-mail me and we'll set up a date for you to pick some up. We live in Kelso.


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RE: HAVE: Free plants

Mom and I can come pick some up. We'd be happy to take them to my trade and add them to the free pile. That's going to be one huge pile!


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RE: HAVE: Free plants

Thanks Tammy. It sounds like you're going to have a huge pile of freebies for everyone. Among a lot of other things, I'll be sending primroses, raspberries, irises, strawberries, dianthus, marshmallow, chives (both garlic and regular), chicory (chicorium intybus, the one with the bright blue flowers) and orange croscosmia.


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RE: HAVE: Free plants

there is a person down your way looking for garden ideas who posted on NW GW

Here is a link that might be useful: garden ideas


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RE: HAVE: Free plants

I am interested some garlic chives.

Scott


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