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HAVE: Free to good home: Butterfly Bushes, Hosta, Columbine, Ge

Posted by heatherm 6a/5b MA (My Page) on
Wed, May 20, 09 at 11:25

You dig! I am in Andover MA. Email me for address if interested. Butterfly bushes must be claimed by this weekend. :) Otherwise will be composted.

Have too many to count (upwards of 15-20?) Butterfly bushes from seed. Parent is most likely dark purple, tall.

Also have: Divisions of Blue Cadet hosta (small and bluish), perennial geranium (bright dark pink, low to ground, very pretty and long-blooming), columbine (aquilegia) in many different shades, and siberian iris.

Would not mind having in trade: part shade plants for wet area, including astilbe, woodland phlox. But trade is not necessary as long as you dig. :)


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RE: HAVE: Free to good home: Butterfly Bushes, Hosta, Columbine

Hi Heather,

I have a friend coming for lunch that is working on a memorial garden for her Mom.

I know she would be interested in the butterfly bushes but not sure about the others. She lives in Pelham, NH but I'm in Tewksbury. I used to live in Andover so I could bring her over. Let me know when you get a chance.

Thanks,
Lisa


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RE: HAVE: Free to good home: Butterfly Bushes, Hosta, Columbine

Everything has been claimed. Thanks and enjoy your day! :)


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