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WANTED: Spring fever setting in!

Posted by timhensley 4 VT ( on
Tue, Feb 27, 07 at 10:27

Hello All,

I cannot wait for spring and am trying to get a jump on trading. I would like to only make a couple of large trades if possible and set them up for the first week in May. If anyone is interested look thru my list and look for the ** for tradeable varieties. If they are not marked with an ** then they are two small to trade and I am letting them grow for a couple of seasons before I start hacking into them. I am easy to trade with and will send out good size plants and would appreciate the same in trade.

Thanks for looking and Happy Gardening! TIM

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RE: WANTED: Spring fever setting in!

Hi! Tim, I think we traded hostas last year. I see sme on your list that we do not have, and also some on your wish list. We have had a strange winter, so we need to see what will be available when they come up. If you think you might like to trade again let us know. We do not have the info from last year down here with us, but we will be home later in March. Let us hear if you are interested in trading again. Betty

RE: WANTED: Spring fever setting in!

do you only trade hostas or you looking for other perenninals let me know GOD BLESS

RE: WANTED: Spring fever setting in!

Thanks for the question mjtd. I only trade for other hostas. Good Gardening! Tim

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