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free plants in Lexington

Posted by idabean 5A (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 31, 13 at 13:53

I'm garden cleaning:These are available Sunday afternoon and Monday.Let me know if you are coming and I'll be here or leave them out for pick up Please bring pots and count on planting them soon. Some haven't been watered in awhile.
Do not even ask me if I want to trade though I might accept a glass of iced tea or a camp bed to nap on.

astilbe: white, mid size 12
rudbeckia: common black eyed susan 1
daylily: Brandywine 8
sambucus- black lace 1
????"dream catcher" gold foliage
more but I haven't gotten to that part of the garden yet.

Marie


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Hey Marie, is the dream catcher a kolkwitzia? If so, I'd love to snag that one!


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It looks it sad shape because I tossed it in a barrel and forgot about it all summer. But it is all sprouted green, so it must be a hell of plant.

More:
Brandywine is a deep 'claret' with yellow throat. Fine daylily. Old.
Huge Pink Knock Out Rose
offshoot of a Coral Rose...I moved the momma and a sprout came up
Iris- the yellow and white one; green leaves. Early, sturdy


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Golden rods
Purple Siberian Iris


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I'm here most evenings, too. I'd really rather give these away to Gardenwebbers .


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Hi idabean, would love any plants you can spare. Thanks,
daffodil33


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Hi idabean, would love any plants you can spare. Thanks,
daffodil33


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I'm home by 6.
You can email through gardenweb by going to my member page ; I'll send you my address.


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Offers still open.
More to be listed.
Thanks to "polly" for relieving me of about 15 plants.
Marie


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Hi, I got the names mixed up.Thanks to "daffodil" and his partner Polly who did the pick up.
A freecycler did not come and pick up a huge
hydrangea "Nigra". I got it to bloom once, then continually messed up the pruning schedule or it's fall -set flower buds have been continually winter killed.
If you have the patience to baby it, come and get it.


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Thank you for the plants idabean! Got most of them into the ground, wish it did not get dark so darn early. Hope to finish planting tomorrow.
Would love another plants you may have that you are looking to get rid of.
Thanks again,
Daffodil33


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Get in touch and we can set up a time.
Friday is not so good.
Marie


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Thanks! I am out of town Saturday through next Thursday. Would next Friday the 13th work? I can come by and dig the ones you want out, so you don't have to dig them. Thanks


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