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HAVE: free landscaping rock, st. paul

Posted by boyle014 Z4 (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 14, 09 at 20:44

Posted this on the discussion forum, but I guess it really belongs here... Sorry about doubling up.

Anyone looking for some free natural landscape rock? My yard in St. Paul has lots of Bryan Red Rock, and I'd like to give some of it away.

An image of this type of rock is available at the link below.

The stones are about 1.5 inches long and tan colored.

Here is a link that might be useful:

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RE: HAVE: free landscaping rock, st. paul

As it turns out, I have a client who might be interested in some of your landscape rock. They do not need too much of it, but it would fill in an area for them that is primarily just utility space. They would need to know how far away you are to see if they want to pick it up, they are in the Brooklyn Center area. So if you are still interested in getting rid of it let me know.

Thanks, Helen.

RE: HAVE: free landscaping rock, st. paul

I live in Vadnais Heights & have been looking for some free rock. The property I rent has been badly neglected, and I don't mind doing the work but don't want to invest $ into it. Please let me know if you still have some available.

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