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HAVE: Willamette Valley Trade - Spring

Posted by harleylady 8 PNW & Baja 10 (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 6, 09 at 12:15

I'm proposing a swap for this spring at my home in Willamette Valley, mid-point between Salem and Eugene. Please respond if you're interested and include a few proposed dates that would work for you. Also, let me know if you have gardening friends or relatives that you think might attend. Newbies, don't be shy, I have lots of pass-along plants if you don't have stuff to trade. Or you can bring chocolate :)


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RE: HAVE: Willamette Valley Trade - Spring

Hello HLady,

Thx for starting this. I'm available any weekend this spring, and I can guarantee one person from Portland who has tetrapanax, ricinus, opuntia, yucca, grasses, too many to mention them all, to trade.

As time gets closer, if you want me to meet with you, let me know. Sometimes I feel like I live on the hwy between Eug & PDX!


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RE: HAVE: Willamette Valley Trade - Spring

Rainy, thanks for being the catalyst. I posted in the other thread about possible dates. We could get together to plan as time gets closer...or just to visit...teakettle or coffeepot is always on for people who won't roll their eyes at my plant or garden talk...


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