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HAVE: Three hardy hibiscus and I'm just not that into them

Posted by dallasgarden z8 Dallas (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 1, 09 at 20:16

I have three hardy hibiscus in the ground. White with a red eye. You dig them, they're yours. Of course they're died to the ground right now, but that might be a good time to move them. I live near White Rock Lake in Dallas. No trade required.


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RE: HAVE: Three hardy hibiscus and I'm just not that into them

Do you know the names of the hibs or the color? Cheryl


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RE: HAVE: Three hardy hibiscus and I'm just not that into them

Hi, if seamommy doesnt want them I can come by this weekend, or if that doesnt work I might be able to come by this Wed afternoon or Thurs afternoon.


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RE: HAVE: Three hardy hibiscus and I'm just not that into them

Seamomm, all I know is that they're white with a red eye. The seeds were given to me. I tried to email you but it was kicked back. Element321, weekend would be best. If I don't hear from Seamommy by Friday, they're yours!


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RE: HAVE: Three hardy hibiscus and I'm just not that into them

Ok send me an email sometime Friday. I should be able to come sometime Saturday or Sunday. I am not sure when it would be best.


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RE: HAVE: Three hardy hibiscus and I'm just not that into them

Element321,
You'll have to turn off the "block my email" function in your preferences because I can't email you...Saturday morning at 10 a.m. I'll be home working in the yard.


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RE: HAVE: Three hardy hibiscus and I'm just not that into them

Sent you an email


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