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HAVE: Rooted Rosemary 'Arp'

Posted by madeleinef z7 MD (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 21, 10 at 22:37

I have some rooted Rosemary "Arp" (a hardy variety that does well in zone 7) that I took out of the ground yesterday and that is sitting in some moist mulch while waiting for a new home. I would be interested to trade them for some edible plants. I live very close to 495 (University Blvd/Langley Park exit). If interested, please e-mail me with your phone number at madeleinefletcher at yahoo.com
Madeleine


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