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HAVE: Red Currant Bush - Spring 2007

Posted by yelena z5-6 NJ (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 30, 07 at 17:48

I have 3-year old red currant bush that grows between my two berry bushes and needs to be removed. It's 3' tall with nice brunches, still dormant. Variety is unknown but looks like Red Lake (it already had berries last year). It will be digged and burlapped at the time of its pickup (or I can do it just before pickup). Picture available.
In exchange I would like to get a bag of potting soil or bagged manure to fill the hole from digging.
Thank you.
Yelena


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RE: HAVE: Red Currant Bush - Spring 2007

Hi,
Do you still have the currant bush ?
Where in NJ are you located?
Thanks Senta


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