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HAVE: Large Yaku rhodie, pink blooms

Posted by thane z8 Bellevue, WA (My Page) on
Mon, Dec 3, 07 at 17:55

I gave away two of my large Yaku rhododendrons at the fall plant swap, but I still have one for someone who can give it a good home.

Nothing is necessary in trade, but if you have something from my list to offer, I'd appreciate it. I will dig it up and help you load it, just come to Bellevue with your pickup truck and get it.

Interested in:
Sword ferns - if you have a forested backyard, I'll come over and dig them myself

Other native ferns
Dicentra formosa (native bleeding hearts)
Hellebores, dark purple or red
Camas
Lonicera ciliosa
Achlys triphylla (vanilla leaf)
Aruncus dioicus (goatsbeard)
Amelanchier alnifolia (Serviceberry)

Or, as I said, just give my rhodie a good home!


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RE: HAVE: Large Yaku rhodie, pink blooms

Hello! Thought I would see if you still have a Rhody in need of a new loving home? I have a great spot in my back yard for it if you still have it around.

We have a big old VW van and could come by on Saturday (or another day if that doesn't work for you).

I am a BRAND NEW gardener (and homeowner!) so I don't have anything to offer besides a good home for right now, but I can bake cookies if you like!


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