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HAVE: knockout roses

Posted by esthermgr (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 9, 07 at 9:12

I have several (3 or 4) knockout roses that aren't happy in my partial shade. I'd like to trade them for miniature lorapetalum (sp?), gardenias of any sort, hydrangeas (oakleaf, mophead, or lacecap), hostas (sum and substance, guacamole, or blue types), heuchera, autumn ferns, or other shade plants.

I know this isn't the best time of year to move these, but if you want them let me know now and we can actually dig up our plants in the appropriate seasons.

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RE: HAVE: knockout roses

I have at least one gardenia I can trade. I also have an Autumn fern and some other shade lovers. How big do the knockouts get? And will you be coming to the ATL plant trade in October? :)

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