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have: many hardy brugs free to good home- must pick up

Posted by Datdog z7 NJ (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 25, 05 at 10:26

I have MANY mature brugs some over 10 feet tall that need a home asap. Some in pots, most you have to dig. Southern, New Jersey/ Burlington County

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Butterfly in pot 10 feet tall
Creamsickle- BEAUTIFUL standard shape in ground must dig- four feet tall
Arlene's Pink Beauty in ground 7 feet tall must dig
Rosamond in ground 7 feet tall must dig
Trash Can seedling in pot 5 feet tall
Mayan Magic in pot 5 feet tall
Misc. brugs all over must dig....
A gazzilon brug cuttings as I'm going to start hacking back. I'm not shipping anything this season as time is a issue.

See the trend? I'm not digging anything that is in the ground. It will die with the first frost. I also can not help dig because of a back injury. Plants in pots will have to come out because some of the pots are my favorite blue ones...
I also have hardy figs rooted and ready to go.
Misc. tropicals cuttings or you can dig.

I figure we have until this weekend unless we get a frost. First come/ first serve. Again, NO SHIPPING
Thanks- Kristi


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RE: have: many hardy brugs free to good home- must pick up

I've been hit by the brug bug this year. Are they still available? I'd love them. Let me know and I'll bring my truck and shovel.

Ellen


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RE: have: many hardy brugs free to good home- must pick up

Kristi,

Are you still looking for someone to give your brugs to?

Let me know,

Ellen


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RE: have: many hardy brugs free to good home- must pick up

How is your back?

pontesmanny


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RE: have: many hardy brugs free to good home- must pick up

Thanks for asking pontesmanny.. Good days and bad days but nothing will keep me out of the garden.


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