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HAVE: Have roses for trade

Posted by ilovemyroses 8 Dallas TX (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 18, 13 at 18:07

I am removing some roses. Have Mrs. Dudley Cross (several), Aloha, Ducher. All are in the ground, waiting to pull up when they have a place to go. 2-3 year old roses.

Would trade for iris, daylily, interesting perennials, hosta, etc. Must have picture or name of plant!! :)

I am in Dallas near NW Hwy and Tollroad.

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RE: HAVE: Have roses for trade

I live really close to you and would be willing to trade orange mint cuttings and grapefruit mint cuttings if you are interested.

RE: HAVE: Have roses for trade

I live near 121 and 35 and would love to add more roses to my garden. I have frost free gardenia, red azaleas, yellow/purple iris, turk's cap, canna if you are interested...

RE: HAVE: Have roses for trade

The above two postings I am interested in some roses. Maala you must be close to me because I am at 121 and Hebron Parkway. I am interested if you still have yellow irises.
I have yellow columbine, lemon balm some is still growing, blue mist, Japanese irises, coneflower seeds, bald cypress seeds.
Plant Swap this Sunday 2 to 4pm if interested I can give u more details.

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