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have: have: several azalea bushes

Posted by steelbrews MD (My Page) on
Sat, Oct 17, 09 at 11:50

Our driveway is lined on both sides with azalea bushes. Unfortunately, the pine trees on the east side of the driveway shade the azaleas and fight with their root systems, resulting in much scruffier plants on that side of the driveway. With a better planting location, these can be gorgeous for you. Best of all, they're free!

What's the catch? You dig 'em up! (Please coordinate with me first; we're keeping the azaleas on the west side of the driveway!) Take all or take some, just help me get them out of here, please!

Azalea bushes on east side of driveway
Azalea bush in full bloom on west side of driveway

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RE: have: have: several azalea bushes

Where do you live? I might be interested but couldn't make it until next weekend.


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