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HAVE: Mimosa borealis

Posted by proper_gait 8b (propergait@hotmail.com) on
Wed, Aug 22, 07 at 11:09

I have seeds and seedlings available. Looking for other like shrubs or trees that can handle our weather swings and always able to handle drought. My want list was disolved by GW admin or other site related phenomena ,so in brief I like plants that can handle hot dry summers but wont drown if we get an unusually wet summer like this year. I would like to trade seedlings for seedlings and seeds for seeds.I have a strange work schedule but will work w/ you on an individual basis to make a successful trade.


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