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HAVE: Anyone need any green clumping liriope?

Posted by lynneinmd 7 (MD) (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 30, 07 at 19:22

I didn't dig any before the swap, silly me...

But I have TONS and it really needs to be divided, the roots have pushed out most of the dirt.

Solid green, clumping, with little purple flowers in the fall followed by berries. Stays green all year, almost maintenance free - I cut the old foliage in the spring so the new foliage can get light.

I'll even dig it for you!

Or, if anyone wants some for the spring swap, lemme know and I'll save a patch to divide then.

I have enough to edge most of my neighborhood... or around all of Christine's gardens two or three times... =)

Lynne

You can reply here, email thru GW or reach me at lynneinMD at gmail.com


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RE: HAVE: Anyone need any green clumping liriope?

Hi Lynne,

Can you tag some for me for the Spring Swap? Thanks!!!

Jen


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RE: HAVE: Anyone need any green clumping liriope?

Sure, how much do you want? A shovelful? Two? Three? A dozen??

If you want it before then, lemme know, I'm in Bowie, so not too far from you, I think - you're in Columbia, right??

=)


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