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WANTED: want: compost bin, clematis, roses,Houston area

Posted by john69 9 (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 10, 08 at 13:03

Have: potted palms, Croton, Ponsettia, Rubber tree, Jasmines, Honeysuckle, Angel Wing Begonias, knock-out Roses, Succulents/Cactus, Salvia, Lillies, ferns, herbs, Mother-in-law's tongue, Elephant Ears, Nandina, Lantana, Bromelaids, Strawberry plant, Mexican Heather, Turk's Cap,

Lookinng for a trade in the Houston area.


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RE: WANTED: want: compost bin, clematis, roses,Houston area

Skip the clematis. Except for 1 or 2 they don't really like us here.
Tally HO!


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RE: don't forget

The Mercer trade is coming up soon. And I see Katy is going to have a trade this fall also. Come and join us. You'll probably find most of what you are looking for. We have a couple of expert rose propagators in our bunch.
Tally HO!


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RE: WANTED: want: compost bin, clematis, roses,Houston area

Thanks Tally HO

The one or two Clematis that you mentioned - what are they? What about containerized clematis? Wha's the latest news on Mercer and the Katy trade fair? Any dates? Always looking for good advice on roses & fruit trees.


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RE: WANTED: want: compost bin, clematis, roses,Houston area

Here is a web site that says clematis for zone 9.

Here is a link that might be useful: clematis 'niobe' - rainyside.com


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