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WANTED: Have:Spilt Milk, Blue Wedgwood, Samarui, etc

Posted by aka_margo z5a WI (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 27, 09 at 11:23

These are leftovers from my plant sale. Was planning on overwintering for next year, but now thinking it might be better to just trade them for something I don't have. I want to be upfront and let ppl know that it's been extremely dry here in Wisconsin, we haven't had a good rain here since June. So I am posting a picture of my hostas that I have left in pots (Spilt Milk OP, Blue Wedgwood, and Samarui). I am not around 24/7 to water them, so I do have some dry leaves. I don't like to cut leaves off ones I am trading since I want ppl to see it's not nematodes or HVX it's just the dry weather that has gotten to my hosta.
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My trade list is not up to date (I think 2007 is the last time I updated), but the ones marked with a star are also ones that are available. Looking for ones I do not have, especially pie crust edged hostas.
Jen


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RE: WANTED: Have:Spilt Milk, Blue Wedgwood, Samarui, etc

I would like the samarui.

Cathy


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RE: WANTED: Have:Spilt Milk, Blue Wedgwood, Samarui, etc

They have already been traded off.
Sorry,
Jen


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