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WANTED: Lilac shrub/tree shrub at the Poulsbo Trade

Posted by elaine8 PNW-Zone 8-Wa (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 12, 08 at 12:37

Still looking for a Lilac. Anyone?
Thanks, Elaine


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RE: WANTED: Lilac shrub/tree shrub at the Poulsbo Trade

Hi Elaine, I have some lilac starts, but they aren't very big yet. If no one offers a larger one before the trade, I'll be happy to bring you one.


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RE: WANTED: Lilac shrub/tree shrub at the Poulsbo Trade

I have lots of small lilacs springing up around my tree again, I will dig them & bring to the Nov 1st green elephant. They are mostly waist high, some more some less, and some are beginning to branch. I can reserve one (or more) for you if you like. I had to miss the March elephant, so these are about a year old.

If you need it sooner contact me at nezbine at hotmail dot com and we can work something out.

This is the classic, common lilac I remember from gardens when I was a kid. Lilac color and smells fantastic.

Laura


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RE: WANTED: Lilac shrub/tree shrub at the Poulsbo Trade

Hi nezbine.
Thank you for the offer but I won't be going to the Green Elephant Trade. Maybe another year.
Elaine


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