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HAVE: Azaleas in need of new homes

Posted by tvalenti 7a (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 11, 07 at 20:30

Hi,

Last message should have said Have to Trade.

I have a ton of Dark Pink/Red and White Azaleas which need to find new homes due to the deer population at our house. Some are small and some are about 4-5 feet tall. I am starting new gardens and am looking for lots of stuff to exchange the Azalea's for please see my trade list. Even if something is not on my trade list I maybe interested.

The Azaleas are located in Potomac MD.

Let my know if your interested.

Thanks!
Terri


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RE: HAVE: Azaleas in need of new homes

Hi Terri,
I would be interested in a couple of large azaleas to plant in front of an ugly new AC unit we just got. From your trade list I have peonies and Passiflora incarnata. I live in Bethesda and the Passionflower has survived the last couple of winters. Please also check my trade list.
Please email me at weatherer at starpower dot net. I believe that the gardenweb email system is not working.
Thanks
Alison


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RE: HAVE: Azaleas in need of new homes

I can trade you some nice purple lilac "seedlings" for some of the azaleas. I've been looking for (small/mid-size) white ones for my mom. The adult lilacs are well over 6 or 7 feet tall and about 4-5 feet wide. The "seedlings" are new growth from the roots of the adult bushes, which I've dug up and traded before with success. I live in Glen Burnie. Please get in touch!


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RE: HAVE: Azaleas in need of new homes

I'd love to have a red azalea. You can e-mail me at DawnPalkaATverizonDOTnet.


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