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HAVE: Ginko trees

Posted by treepalm z8WA (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 16, 04 at 0:46

I have a couple of extra ginko trees that are about a foot tall. I'll be going to the Lake Tapps trade and the Green Elephant trade, if anyone is interested.

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RE: HAVE: Ginko trees

Hello Teresa, I will be coming to the trade Saturday(Lake Tapps. I'm interested in the Ginkgo biloba.
I have off your trade list- Corydalis flexuosa 'PereDavid','Blue Panda', Corydalis lutea (and white form)forgot latin name, Tricyrtis 'Empress, 'Seriyu' ,'Haltogisa', and Asarum caudatum. Check out my trade list. Thanks Jake(Natureboy77)

RE: HAVE: Ginko trees

Hi Jake,
Would you like one or both? I'm most interested in the Tricyrtis. I couldn't find 'Haltogisa'. What does it look like? My first choice so far would be 'Empress'.

RE: HAVE: Ginko trees

The Ginko trees are spoken for.

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