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WANTED: lots of sweet woodruff

Posted by kimka z7 ( on
Wed, Sep 9, 09 at 9:27

I'm still expanding my border bed to protect the day lilies from the deer, which don't like or seem to cross a wide protective border of sweet woodruff.

I can offer in trade potted up first year (from seed) Grecian Foxgloves, lance corporal knotweed plants, single pink hollyhock seed (from a hollyhock that bloomed well in a lot of shade) or pink milkweed seed.

I'm always happy to come dig some sweet woodruff from your yard.

I'm going to be at the fall MAG swap if you want to make the trade there.

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RE: WANTED: lots of sweet woodruff

Just bumping this down

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