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HAVE: Irises or allium to trade for any zone 5 hardy grasses

Posted by Myohhmy z5 MICH (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 11, 05 at 11:24

Time for fall trades! Lots of goodies to share..

I have lots of irises to trade, named and un named. almost every color shape and size. Some are REBLOOMing irises that bloom twice a year!

I also have large allium gladiator bulbs.

Looking for named grasses to start a new grass garden bed. Would really like some TALL and medium varities. I already have ribbon grass open to anything else. Would REALLY like black mondo grass but open to anything as long as it is hardy in zone 5.

hopeing for Larger trades of 10 or more only due to shipping costs. MUST use delievery confirmation. Email me if you are intersted. thanks!

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RE: HAVE: Irises or allium to trade for any zone 5 hardy grasses

hey! if we hurry we can still do this before it gets too cold, if you're interested.

i have
phalaris 'feesy's form'
blue fescue
porcupine grass
carex ice dance
mellica transylvanica

i'd be interested in iris' and the gladiator bulbs. if you want to do a trade i'll send you a list of what i'm interested in!


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