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have: mulch in dfw area

Posted by dfwdee (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 22, 09 at 10:07

Hi,
I am a newbie and just got into gardening this year. I had a tree service dump a free load of mulch on our driveway and we have WAY more than we need for our small yard. You will have to come and haul it away from our driveway on a first come basis. We are in Lewisville/Flower Mound area close to DFW airport. I am not looking for anything in return for the trade, but if you have any coral honeysuckle vine, plumbago, Texas Firecracker, Creeping Phlox or Texas Aster I would love some. What I really need is to get rid of this mulch ASAP before our HOA has an issue with it - so don't worry if you don't have anything for me.
You can call me at 972-874-8148 or e mail me at deeamaras@yahoo.com and I'll let you know where to pick it up.
Thanks.


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