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wanted: want very large ferns

Posted by shadysite 8 (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 3, 12 at 20:33

We have a shady wet area toward the end of a steep slope and I would like some BIG ferns to go with oak leaf hydrangea and hosta. Could pick up within five miles of North West DC (Chevy Chase Circle). Have about six varieties of disease-free hosta that I could offer in exchange, or could dig up some small oak leaf hydrangea.

Thanks, lisa

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RE: wanted: want very large ferns

Lisa-- sent you an email.

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