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HAVE: Have: roses, aquatic plants and pond items

Posted by marcy72 z7/8 Atlanta G (My Page) on
Mon, Jan 3, 11 at 16:15

I have:

quite a few extremely large (runners 10' or more) The Fairy polyantha rose

one well-grown miniature rose of a climbing habit, unidentified variety with clusters of pink flowers

2 rigid plastic pond liners, pretty large (maybe 8 feet long)and the plants in them (yellow flag and purple flag iris, as well as some other unidentified aquatic plants)

I am looking to trade for autumn ferns, loropetalum (particularly if you have enough for me to start a hedge!), camellia, heuchera, beautyberry, or pretty much anything edible :)

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