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HAVE: Horseradish and Spearmint to trade ...

Posted by stardust 5b NE Ohio (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 20, 09 at 22:23

I have dug up my entire Horseradish patch to be moved and decided to share part of it instead of replanting all of it.

I have 6 - 8 root sections about 5 inches long with nice growth on them.

I'm looking for edibles like fruit and veggies, interesting herbs and perhaps water hyacinth in exchange.

These will need to move quickly or I will have to replant them as they are already out of the ground.

Stardust


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RE: HAVE: Horseradish and Spearmint to trade ...

I have some raspberry plants I will trade for some of your horseradish plants. We had to have two very large Pine trees cut down this spring due to the ice storm damage done to them. In the process we had to cut back most of our rasberry patch, so digging up new growth should be easy.

Hettie


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RE: HAVE: Horseradish and Spearmint to trade ...

I know this is an old message, but i was curious if you would be dividing more of the horse radish . . Check out my trade page. I'll be putting up more seeds today as a box arrived full of seeds.


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