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give plants a good home?

Posted by dragonladytoo Z7/OK (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 15, 04 at 22:54

Have several tropical hibiscus in various colors - all blooming now in one gal pots. Just don't have the room to bring them in (wish I had a green house!) If there is anyone in the Oklahoma City area who would like to give some or all of them a good home, let me know.

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RE: give plants a good home?

I would love to give some of your hibiscus a good home. I don't live in OKC, I live in Lawton. If you can wait until the 30th I will be in OKC then.
If not, my daughter lives in Edmond & I can beg her to go do a rescue for me sooner. :)

RE: give plants a good home?

Debbie - I'm afraid that it will be too cold for them at night by the 30th - they didn't like it much last night (got down to 39). If you daughter could get them this weekend, they would be much happier! I'm just right outside of Edmond. If you would send me an email that I can respond to, I'll give you my phone number so she can make arrangements. Email me directly at:

RE: give plants a good home?

I just sent you an email. I didn't think about it being too cold that soon. I guess I am in denial about the coming changes. :)

RE: give plants a good home?

I emailed you, too. Just in case you haven't found them all a home. . .

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