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HAVE: have creeping juniper groundcover

Posted by esthermgr (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 16, 07 at 9:43

I'm changing out a large patch of mature creeping juniper. You can have however much you can dig up. No trade necessary, but if you have a beautiful hydrangea, gardenia, tea olive or other shade-tolerant plant, cuttings would be appreciated. Also, any extra hostas or other shade perennials would be most welcome. Email eamoody@emory.edu if interested. In the Ashford Park neighborhood just north of Lenox Mall.


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RE: HAVE: have creeping juniper groundcover

Hey...I will take the creeping junipers also...and I will bring you the Hostas i told you about! Just give me a call to set up a time. Thanks


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RE: HAVE: have creeping juniper groundcover

Ddawg got his- and there's plenty left! Anybody else want some? It roots along creeping branches, and I think it would transplant pretty well.


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