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HAVE: A variety of plants to trade

Posted by jtriggs1941 z5/6 Ohio (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 17, 06 at 23:09

I have the following plants left to trade this year:
Pond Plants:
Water Hyacinths
Water Lettuce
Varigated Water Celery
Pennywort
Water Lilies
Anarchis
Umbrella/Papyrus Mix

Land Plants:
Black Eyed Susan
Obedient Plant
Ribbon Grass
Stella de Oro daylilies
Creeping Jenny

Am only looking for zone 5 perennials or stained glass pieces or glass working tools.

Thanks,
Terri


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RE: HAVE: A variety of plants to trade

Terri,
I have a brand "NEW" (read old, still in box, used once)100 Watt Weller soldering iron (great for stained glass ribbing!) I can even teach you how to use it if you are new to soldering. I would be willing to trade for some water plants of your choosing. I REALLY need oxigenators like the Anacaris, but given the time of year, I understand you might not have that available anymore. Please advise. I too am in Ohio, near Chagrin Falls, Cleveland.

-Dave


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RE: HAVE: A variety of plants to trade

I would like to know which Water Lilies you still have available?
I am also interested in your Dwarf Fan Palm seeds.
Thanks

Here is a link that might be useful: exchange page


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RE: HAVE: A variety of plants to trade

Hi I'm interested in your pond plants...Please look at my trade page..Thanks


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