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Fall swaps in MA or Southern NH?

Posted by zahzeen 5 (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 30, 12 at 14:25

Hi all,

I haven't been visiting the GardenWeb for awhile so I apologize if I'm repeating something recently discussed. Earlier this spring/summer there was some chat about possible fall swaps. Are the host/hostesses still willing? Thanks for the update.

PS Fran, I was at Michelle's (aka ontheteam or the crazyplantlady) last weekend and the Candy Lily's you gave me last year (2011 or maybe it was 2010) are ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS!!!! They will sell for sure this year. I also winter sowed some last winter that might be ready for next May and sowed more this summer that are still small but will be if not saleable this year, than next. Many thanks again.

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