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Would anyone like some forsythia??

Posted by regwizard (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 3, 06 at 17:28

I'm going to be removing about 10 feet of established forsythia. I thought maybe someone on this board would like some. You may dig up as much as you like -- as long as you don't take more than 10 feet of it!!!

Bonnie


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RE: Would anyone like some forsythia??

I forgot to mention -- I'm located near Middletown


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RE: Would anyone like some forsythia??

I'd love some!

But there are 7 Middletowns in Pennsylvania.

Which county is your Middletown located?

Middletown, PA, US
Dauphin County
Middletown, PA, US
Northampton County
Middletown, PA, US
Bradford County
Middletown, PA, US
Huntingdon County
Middletown, PA, US
Luzerne County
Middletown, PA, US
Mckean County
Middletown, PA, US
Westmoreland County


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RE: Would anyone like some forsythia??

Diddn't realize there were so many Middletown's!! I'm located in Dauphin County

Bonnie


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RE: Would anyone like some forsythia??

It depends one when you're planning to move them. Even though I'm in Eastern PA, I'm planning to visit my relatives in Harrisburg and Reading. I'd love to help you do the work. That's the benefits of gardening---people will work for plants! LOL

Let's see if we can coordinate a day with when I'm heading home. My schedule is completely open--except for 2 weeks at the beginning of next month. My relatives know that I'm in the planning phases so I can pretty much arrive/depart whenever I want.

maggie_mae_cola@yahoo.com


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RE: Would anyone like some forsythia??

Just let me know when you'll be in the area. With all this rain they should be much easier to dig up!!


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