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HAVE: Composted horse manure/hay

Posted by sowngrow TX8a (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 13, 06 at 17:17

Have composted manure/hay mix in feed bags filled 3/4 full.
Will trade for plants-in Keller/Southlake area.


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RE: HAVE: Composted horse manure/hay

Sowngrown,
If I lived any closer, I'd be making a trip to come see you. I'm sure that someone will take you up on that offer.
Xtal


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RE: HAVE: Composted horse manure/hay

I live just north of McKinney and go that direction for swim meets alot. I am starting new garden beds all around my home and need to amend this clay soil. It is a new construction and soil is not great. What do you want for trade and I can see if I have anything. Donna


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RE: HAVE: Composted horse manure/hay

I live just north of McKinney and go that direction for swim meets alot. I am starting new garden beds all around my home and need to amend this clay soil. It is a new construction and soil is not great. What do you want for trade and I can see if I have anything. Donna


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RE: HAVE: Composted horse manure/hay

What do you have to trade Donna? I just saw your post, as I forgot to have the replies sent to my email. I'm looking for different types of banana plants-I've got the regular ole green ones. Also, brugmansia. I've got many types of plants, but am always looking for others!
Robin


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RE: HAVE: Composted horse manure/hay

I have a pink found rose that is very hardy in TX. Interested?


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RE: HAVE: Composted horse manure/hay

autumnshowers-I'm not in need of any roses right now-do you have anything else? Email me. Thanks.


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