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WANTED: Pineapple Sage

Posted by ladybug37091 z7 Tennessee (My Page) on
Wed, May 17, 06 at 8:39

If anybody has pineapple sage to share at the swap I would love some. I am also dreaming of shrubs, clematis, hibiscus and just about any other plant lol. I have a very large umbrella plant, small pots of aloe, swedish ivy, better boy tomatoes, summer squash, salvia coral nymph seedlings, country iris, and a sum and substance hosta ready so far. I will also have an assortment of books. I will pot up some toad lillies if someone is interested. The swap is only days away. Weehoo! Rhonda


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RE: WANTED: Pineapple Sage

Hi, there. I snipped some cuttings from my pineapple sage not long ago and I believe they have rooted. I could bring you one of those if you like.

--April

P.S. I wouldn't mind another Swedish Ivy.....they smell so good! :-)


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RE: WANTED: Pineapple Sage

April,
I would love some rooted cuttings. You are more than welcome to the swedish ivy but maybe I'm missing something because I have never smelled it. Anyhow I will put your name on it. I will be at the table with the homemade paper flower, teenagers and ten year old plant lover. See you there! Rhonda


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RE: WANTED: Pineapple Sage

Hi Rhonda,
I'd love to trade you for some of your toad lilies, sum and substance hosta ,and summer squash seedlings. I am bringing pond plants and some glad bulbs, mixed lilies and mixed cannas. Please let me know if you'd like to trade.(plus other plants as I dig and divide them.)
Marianne


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RE: WANTED: Pineapple Sage

Marianne, I would love to trade with you. Do you still have zebra grass? I think pink futurity cannas would look great next to my pool. I like fragrant lilies if you have any. I will put your name on the sum and substance hosta, toad lilies and some squash. Whatever you come up with I am sure will be great. See you there very soon! Rhonda


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