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HAVE: Carex morrowii 'Ice Dance'

Posted by pychgarden 5 (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 19, 08 at 0:26

It has been many years since I've traded on this site. I have no idea what I would need to pay to ship a plant division to you, but I have a lot of the ornamental 'Ice Dance' to give away. How much does it usually cost to ship plants these days? Postal rates have become such a racket... In exchange, I guess I'd be interested in any of the following hostas:
Abiqua Drinking Gourd
Beckoning
Cheatin Heart
Dancing in the Rain
Dragon Tails
Dream Queen
First Frost
Great Expectations
Heavenly Tiara
Jimmy Crack Corn
Remember Me
Tick Tock
Winsome
Piedmont Gold

Or:
ASTILBE Deutschland
IRIS sibirica Snow Queen
HAKONECHLOA aurea

I must warn you upfront, however, that if the postage is ridiculously expensive, I probably won't be interested in trading. I just don't want to throw away divisions - I'm obsessive about not wasting plants.


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RE: HAVE: Carex morrowii 'Ice Dance'

Hi,

Where are you located? If you're in the Central/Eastern part of Mass, I can come by and pick up anytime. I also have some hostas and irises (not sure what variety they are, but I can send pictures) if you're interested.

thx,
JD.


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