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have: giant liriope--nw houston, tx--copperfield subdivision

Posted by gypsiesdancing Houston zone 8B (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 17, 07 at 23:23

This is a HOUSTON, TEXAS area only trade.

This afternoon we removed 5 very large clumps of GIANT LIRIOPE (hip-high), and will be re-using only a little of it.

We live in Copperfield subdivision near the intersection of 529 and Barker-Cypress Rd., about 4 miles south of 290.

Will trade for whatever amount of pink petunias, any alyssum, any coleus, any dianthus or ageratum that you could quickly pickup at Walmart, Home Depot, etc., that you consider to be a fair trade for the amount of Giant Liriope that you want. Or perhaps you have something in your yard to offer. We could discuss that and 'for instance' amounts of plants on the 'phone, but I'm talking about a really REASONABLE trade! I just want someone else to enjoy the plants.

You'd have to come get it by Monday night, since it'll go to the curb for trash pick-up Tuesday.

My cell phone # is 281-844-5687. The first couple of people to call AND come by will get it!


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RE: have: giant liriope--nw houston, tx--copperfield subdivision

bumping since the date has passed.

hoping you got some response.

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