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Perennial Thinning

Posted by frankielynn 7b (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 15, 09 at 22:29

I live in north west GA and am planning to thin out my perennials next week and make my beds smaller/more shrubs/hopefully less work. I will be eliminating a spreading mum-pink, very prolific, some Siberian iris-white and purple, burgundy colored ground cover that won't die, day lilies-several colors, asters-white/pale pink colored, Clump grass, volunteer nandina and some spreading green monkey grass, lambs ears. Please contact me if you are interested and bring your own pots.

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RE: Perennial Thinning

I ment to say North East Ga.

RE: Perennial Thinning

This post belongs on the exchange page.

RE: Perennial Thinning


So nice of you to offer. I wish I wasn't in the midst of a huge project or I'd be asking to come see you.

I'd like to say that I feel this most appropriate as a forum posting. Maybe a post to exchanges also, but not only there. I, for one, forget the exchanges area is there but check my Georgia Gardener forum nearly every day.

Rosie in Sugar Hill, in need of plants and the time and energy to plant them. LOL

RE: Perennial Thinning

I wish I was not so far away! I am near Waycross.

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