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HAVE: Lizards Tail for trade

Posted by katrun 7 (katrun@cox.net) on
Wed, May 17, 06 at 15:36

I have nice amount of Lizards Tail for trade.
No Pond plants needed at this time.


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RE: HAVE: Lizards Tail for trade

Hello, what would you like in return?

Thanks


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RE: HAVE: Lizards Tail for trade

Hello there. I like just about everything. No house plants please. Sun/Shade perennials?? WoodLand plants?


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RE: HAVE: Lizards Tail for trade

Hi,
I have Rudbeckia nitida 'Herbstone' and Campanula takesmania to trade if you are interested. Please let me know. Thanks,
Lori


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RE: HAVE: Lizards Tail for trade

Katrun,

Do you have any lizards tail left? I'd love to send something in return. Please email me at: cndmktg@cqservices.com

Thank you,
Carolyn


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RE: HAVE: Lizards Tail for trade

Please Email me if Interested. Thanks- Kathryn


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RE: HAVE: Lizards Tail for trade

Looks like you have tons of interest but if you have any 'Tails' left - would love to have some! I'm in Hillsborough, NJ - what can we exchange? We have a lot of natural aquatic live in our stream. Crawdads, salamanders, frogs, etc....

Thanks
Carey

Here is a link that might be useful: One Dyno Snapper!


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