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WANTED: 2013 Wants

Posted by panambi 7 (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 6, 13 at 13:26

I can trade homemade oatmeal chocolate chip cookies (with/without nuts) or tomato jam for plants. I know it's early, but I've got plants on the brain! I am looking for:
Lily of the Valley, Joe Pye Weed, Siberian Iris, regular iris, dicentra, columbine, coneflower, shasta daisy, aster,blackeyed susan. Also am looking for free strawbales,bricks and wood for building raised beds. Thank you in advance!


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RE: WANTED: 2013 Wants

Where are you? I am close to Rcck Creek Park and East West Hghway in Maryland.; we are also tearing a house down in Severna Park, about 10 minutes west of Annapolis on the Severna River (Ritchie Highway). In Chevy Chase we can talke a walk around and you can think about whether you want what I have a lot of and in Severna Park I can give you lilies of the valley (white, from a friend in NYC) and you can dig iris -- mostly the light purple with darker purple on the bottom which were there when we moved in. IN CC I think I also have a very tall very white iris you could have. they multiply eavh year. Lisa


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