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WANTED: Bearded Iris for trade

Posted by mdprice313 6 1/2 (price9019@roadrunner.com) on
Sun, Feb 22, 09 at 8:48

I am digging up a bed of old iris. I am sorry but I do not know their name they are tall and very light purple almost white. I am looking to trade for anything pretty.
Deb


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RE: WANTED: Bearded Iris for trade

I would like to trade for your Iris. I have the following available for trade: Mexican Oleander (yellow), Canna (have red and yellow), Japanese Plum, Turk's Cap, Dwarf Banana (green with red). All are nice sized plants.


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RE: WANTED: Bearded Iris for trade

I am goind to divide my iris gargen this year and would be willing to tarde for a few (5-10) of them. abcdpapps@yahoo.com


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