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WANTED: Any shade plants for my aunts shady spot.

Posted by soccerguynn 6 (soccerguynn@yahoo.com) on
Wed, Nov 7, 07 at 18:49

My aunt has a shady spot in the front of her house and she needs some plants. I have all of the plants on my list as well as TONS of potted clematis that are 2' tall (or taller) and in wonderful condition. I have Violet Charm, Fireworks, and H.F. Young. She is mostly wanting hostas and ferns. And as always I will send my half first and if you don't receive it than you don't send yours!


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RE: WANTED: Any shade plants for my aunts shady spot.

I might be interested in trading with you. Please keep me in mind in the spring. I have many hostas(look at my trade seed list for some of the names)

Mine is an established garden (or was before the new septic system went into the back yard) with both sun and shade plants.

Now I can look forward to spring!

Connie


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RE: WANTED: Any shade plants for my aunts shady spot.

I would love to trade for some clematis. I have, Hostas and pulmonarias and probabley more.If the snow ever melts- e-mail me when your ready . Thanks >Brenda


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RE: WANTED: Any shade plants for my aunts shady spot.

No clematis except for the fall blooming one, sorry.

Connie


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