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Anyone interested in a 10' tall Autumn Lilac?

Posted by alison 5/OH (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 29, 09 at 14:44

The catch is -- you gots to come and dig it up yourself.

I bought this Heptacodium miconioides also known as Seven Son flower, for something like $30 three years ago -- then my landlord decided to let his brother plant in the corner I'd okayed with him. Grrrrr. So I just plopped it where I could, and it's done pretty well.

I'm getting ready to move next month, to a place with an even smaller garden, so I can't take this sucker with me. and I know my landlord and his broither will probably just cut it down. (It's close to the telephone wires as it is.)

It's a pretty shrub, with lovely little flowers in late summer, and peeling bark for winter interest.

Let me know if you're interested in coming and getting it -- it deserves a good home!

Here is a link that might be useful: Autumn Lilac link


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RE: Anyone interested in a 10' tall Autumn Lilac?

Hmmmm... I guess that would be a 'no'......


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