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HAVE: Perennials & Shrub seedlings

Posted by mgmpaws CT (My Page) on
Wed, May 26, 10 at 15:21

Is there anyone in the CT area that wants to trade plants, in person? I just found this website, so I missed the big trade. I have these to trade: Several spirea shrub seedlings-pink flowering, Hostas- they get VERY large, about three feet across, large blue/green leaves- lots of little seedlings of these; Blue Salvia perennials, liatris -they are either white or purple, they are not flowering yet. What do you have to trade? I also have lots of gardening magazines to trade for ? what do you have?

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RE: HAVE: Perennials & Shrub seedlings

Hi. I just found this website as well. I have a beach house in Queens, and live year round in CT. I have these awesome beachgrasses, that get about 2-3' ft high and wide. They are a bluish-grey color. very pretty. I have plenty of shoots, if you would want to do a trade. I know it is late in the season, but thought, I would contact you, in case you want to do something in the spring. I am just starting out, so I don't have anything else. ;o(
Take care, Annie

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