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HAVE: Sea oats

Posted by daylilyaddict PA6 (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 4, 05 at 10:02

Sea Oats are great marginals or a decorative grass, spread quickly to cover unsightly objects, are salt tolerent for those in the East who live along roads that are treated with salt in the winter. Dried, they make nice addition to dried flower arrangement. Make me an offer. Water or land plants.
I'm also trading garden flags in bright colors, any floral or garden scene you can imagine, also Holidays. Pick a theme, any theme, I have it Long lasting, weather proof, beautifully made. Also, long burning, votives in little glass flowerpots in floral, fruit or food scents or potpourri.


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