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HAVE: White Pampas Grass Divisions

Posted by redsnowflake 7A - TN (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 10, 07 at 21:19

Just dug up my huge pampas grass to give to my grandmother. Will be dividing some of it off tomorrow. Would like to trade for perennials. Mostly interested in roses, hostas, daylilies, and cannas. Also looking for ferns, trillium, iris, and succulents. Tempt me. I'm open to suggestions, but no cactus please (small children).

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RE: HAVE: White Pampas Grass Divisions

I have cannas name not sure leaves are green with burgundy veins and red flowers when planted in full sun. However my neighbor planted the ones I gave him in partial shade and his came up with burgundy leaves green viens and red flowers.
Where in TN are you I'm 45 mins N of Nashville.

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