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HAVE: Pink Wood Sorrel

Posted by melvalena 8 DFWTX sunset 33 (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 25, 07 at 20:02

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Anyone in DFW area want some?

Let me know and I'll bring it to any of the local area swaps.

Here is a link that might be useful: Pink Wood Sorrel


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RE: HAVE: Pink Wood Sorrel

Melvalena,

I would love to have some of your wood sorrel. I should have lots of "extras" to choose from at the Trinity Park swap. You're welcome to pick of the litter :).

Kristi


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RE: HAVE: Pink Wood Sorrel

Ok Kristi! I'll put a batch together for you.
Which swap are you planning on being at?


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RE: HAVE: Pink Wood Sorrel

well, duh!
If I'd actually read your post I'd know which swap you're going to!

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I'll be there...

Melvalena


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RE: HAVE: Pink Wood Sorrel

Thanks Melvalena, I'm looking forward to putting a face to your name and I love the wood sorrel. I have a spot in mind for it already :). You'll meet a LOT of really great garden webbers while you are there :)

Kristi


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RE: HAVE: Pink Wood Sorrel

Kristi, I've bordered/edged several of my beds with it.
It came up again last fall, and stayed green all winter!
That doesn't happen every year though.


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Four Nerve Daisies

Mel....May I call you Mel? LOL.....I will bring some Four Nerve Daisies for you. These are native and are evergreen every year. They also bloom year round although sporadically in the winter. They grow wild here at my place and get no supplemental water. They've survived the drought of the last couple of years and now are exploding with all of the moisture we have been getting. If you could see the "soil" they are growing in, you would laugh out loud. It's like two inches of grey chalk dust on top of solid rock. They are really a tough and pretty plant. I've moved about a dozen to my garden beds and they are thriving. They seem to love the moisture as long as the soil is well drained. I hope you like them. I bet you go home from this swap with a ton of good stuff. By the end of the swap, we are all trying to find homes for the things we don't want to have to carry back home with us. In fact, you might want to post this on the swap thread.

Kristi


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RE: HAVE: Pink Wood Sorrel

Thanks Kristi! I'd love some of your 4 nerve Daisies.

I've been to many swaps before, the ones held in Lewisville anyway. I've met lots of GW people... but not the ones from the Ft Worth end of the area.

Pondnut used to be over here on my end.

I can't keep up with the Swap thread and who has or is bringing what, and I don't want to be a plant hog. BTDT

God knows my heart and my garden. He'll make sure I have what He thinks I should have. :)
I'll stand back out of the way and let Him work.

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RE: HAVE: Pink Wood Sorrel

"God knows my heart and my garden. He'll make sure I have what He thinks I should have. :)
I'll stand back out of the way and let Him work."

What a wonderful way to look at it. We'll see ya there!

Kristi


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