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WANTED: Have rose bushes for free

Posted by firebird1 7 (My Page) on
Fri, May 15, 09 at 16:41

I have two rosebushes free to whoever digs them. One is a David Austen pale pink multiflora, the other is a deep red climbing rose. Come dig them and they're yours. I live in Euless, 1108 Meadowview Drive. I also have some monkey grass to trade for something.

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RE: WANTED: Have rose bushes for free

I hope you wait till late Fall before you have someone come dig them up. In our heat, it will be certain death. The sap needs to go back down first... and then be sure to tell them to prune back about 1/3 of the plant... but you probably already know this.

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