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wanted: wanted: rhubarb plants

Posted by jpvt VT Zone 3 (My Page) on
Sat, May 27, 06 at 6:32

I'd love to get some native, New England rhubarb plants/splits. I have nurmerous perennials to swap, in return, your choice: assorted daylilies, hosta (dwarfs included), some Iris, echanacea, coreopsis, assorted tall phlox, Japanese primrose, certain wildflowers too ( Trout Lilies, mallow, periwinkle, red trillium, Canada lily, dutchmens breetches, mandrake, etc) Thanks, JP

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RE: wanted: wanted: rhubarb plants

Where in VT are you located? I live in CT but have a home in Newfane and go up often. I work with someone who gives away rubarb plants each year. I took some and they are growing nicely. I am just starting to landscape the house in VT so could use some plants.

RE: wanted: wanted: rhubarb plants

We live just north of Montpelier. Lots of plants to swap, if you like, including tall phlox in all colors, many hosta, including some dwarfs and some interesting daylily creations. Email:

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