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WANTED: natives and gunnera in beacon hill, seattle

Posted by liciousd seattle USA (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 29, 05 at 23:11

HAVE: black cottonwood (one container, one you/we dig), plum (you/we dig), giant gunnera (can separate rootstock)

SEEK: staghorn sumac, thimbleberry, highbush blueberries, mountain ash, hops

LOCATION: Beacon Hill, Seattle

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RE: WANTED: natives and gunnera in beacon hill, seattle

Dear liciousd,

I have all the natives you're looking for. The best time to move plants, especially trees and shrubs, is after they have gone dormant in fall. Would you like to arrange a trade sometime in late Oct or Nov?

Another option you have is the Snohomish Conservation District Plant Sale. They register preorders in late December and the pickup date is the first weekend in March at the Monroe Fairgrounds. The selection of native plants is extensive, the plants are very robust, and the prices are super cheap. Again, these plants are dormant and transplant easily.


Jim Eichner
Woodinville, WA

Here is a link that might be useful: Snohomish Conservation District

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