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have: need a good home for some climbing roses in atl

Posted by marcy72 z7/8 Atlanta GA (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 15, 13 at 15:25

I have some roses that need a good home, preferably this weekend. These are all well-established plants that have been pruned down for transplanting. I have:

2 or 3 lady banks
1 unknown light-pink miniature climber
2 unknown multicolored climbers (4th of July? I forget)
1 unknown yellow climber (very good repeat bloomer)
and a truly massive new dawn with stems inches across at the base.

Also some random various plants- aquatic flowers, rose of sharon, etc, and 2 big rigid pond liners.

Mostly I just want a good home for them (and some help extricating them) but if you have interesting shade plants or edibles, echinacea, shastas or iris, herbs, clematis, peonies, a persimmon tree or confederate jasmine, I would be happy to accept trades- although it's not necessary :)

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RE: have: need a good home for some climbing roses in atl

Hey I'm definitely intrested! Do you happen to live south of ATL?

RE: have: need a good home for some climbing roses in atl

I am interested and will help extricate. Please let me know how we can connect. Thank you!

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