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HAVE: Lots of plants

Posted by muggsey z4/5 MI (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 12, 05 at 8:54

Hi,
I have lots of plants to trade(please see my trade listing)
I am looking for people who are commited and know for sure that they want to trade...I have been frustrated at how many people bing-bong around and won't commit. I only want to trade with people who will promise certian plants to me and I will do the same. Thank you.
Sandy


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RE: HAVE: Lots of plants

There are no plants on your trade list.


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RE: HAVE: Lots of plants

Hi.. I am interested in your pink chedder Dianthus.. I have Jap. astilbe in Pink and a ton of it Interested email me


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RE: HAVE: Lots of plants

I would be interested in trading named hosta. What will you have available in 06?

Grancru
jtcrane@aol.com


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RE: HAVE: Lots of plants

I am looking for spiderwort, whites and blues, I have a lot of fuschia. Iris' in greens, mauves, and purples, and daylillies other than yellow. mums, any color but white or yellow.

To trade I have lots of iris' some named, some not, mostly TB, I have unnamed (they have names, I just didn't save them) daylillies in shades of orange. Some hosta, again I didn't save the names. Lillies of the valley (enough for the whole state) Rose of Sharon cuttings, willow cuttings, pond iris, peonies.


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