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HAVE: Hibiscus bushes

Posted by pianojuggler z8b WA (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 9, 12 at 13:14

I have a half a dozen hibiscus that I just dug out and don't have room to put them. Purple and white flowers. They get to six feet or more and tolerate heavy pruning. They prefer lots of sun, so they are happiest on the south side of your house, fence, etc.


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RE: HAVE: Hibiscus bushes

I could use 2 or 3. What are you looking for?
Treepalm


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RE: HAVE: Hibiscus bushes

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I'm always looking for interesting sedums or groundcovers. Maybe dahlias. I have gotten so many good things from you at the GEs, I don't really need anything in return.

-pj


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