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HAVE: Yellow alder

Posted by betsntom 9b-10 FL (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 25, 05 at 8:56

Have lots of Yellow Alder. Have seen these called buttercups at local nurseries.
http://www.greenbeam.com/features/plant011402.stm

I live in Brevard county and will swap with someone in the area. Don't want to mail during the holidays.

Also have beautyberries, sumacs and other things that could be traded.

I am looking for plants that attract birds, butterflies and hummingbirds.


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RE: HAVE: Yellow alder

I don't know if you'll see this message or not, but I was searching for Yellow Alder (because I bought some today) and came across this post.
I'd still love to have some more Yellow Alder, and have been dying for some Beautyberry if you're still overrun with it? My plants and seeds lists are up to date as of yesterday.


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RE: HAVE: Yellow alder

Duplicate

This post was edited by shear_stupidity on Sun, Mar 3, 13 at 19:53


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RE: HAVE: Yellow alder

Hey Bridget

Wanna try some Beautyberry cuttings?

I'll be pruning on one and can give you all you want for trying. And I will make sure to pull out any babies under the bush before I go stomping around there, if there are any.

Susie


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RE: HAVE: Yellow alder

I wouldn't mind a couple cuttings! :")


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