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HAVE: free roses, aster, and other

Posted by sawreck 7 (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 2, 06 at 16:40

Sorry I missed the fall swap. It's that time of year to rethink the perennial beds. I have limited room so have to move some things out:

1) landscape rose -- Sweet Bouquet -- really lovely, truly continuous bloom about 2.5' tall, 3' wide. Just too big for my space -- small clusters of pale pink, very double flowers. Glossy, healthy, healthy, healthy leaves

2) aster -- very late blooming, light blue. About 3-4 ft tall. Also very healthy -- just too large scale for my use

3) Day lilly Mary Todd -- light yellow. Blooms well.

4) lemon balm -- please come and take this! But be warned, it's a mint and it does like to spread

5) PERSICARIA Lance Corporal

6) a red siberian iris

7) blue siberian iris

8)RUDBECKIA Laciniata -- aka Outhouse Plant -- probably an heirloom variety -- came from a farm in eastern Iowa. Does well, just not the right size for my landscape.

9) mystery climbing rose -- yet to bloom. Probably Sombreuill

Sandy


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RE: HAVE: free roses, aster, and other

Where are you located? I'm interested in the rudbeckia and asters. Maybe others but definately those.
I hope to be going to BelAir(not Bowie) and Catonsville next weekend so it might not be too far off course.
Thanks for posting the offer.
Bethb


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