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HAVE: too many purple irises in Round Rock West

Posted by azlcd z8 / TX (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 12, 06 at 10:37

They are lovely..a little small. I just don't like purple! They came with the house and I've had several iris-loving folk tell me they needed thinned.

Seriously, I think about 100 bulbs could be taken and I'd have more.

If you don't have anything I want for trade, I really don't care. Take them!
If you do have a shrubby understory seedling, like a Mexican Buckeye, Red Buckeye, Eve's Necklace...I'd love it!


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RE: HAVE: too many purple irises in Round Rock West

  • Posted by ocgf Z8 (My Page) on
    Fri, Sep 15, 06 at 18:57

You've got mail.

Omar


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RE: HAVE: too many purple irises in Round Rock West

Hi I am new to this and I would love a few of your irises. I have nothing to trade as of yet. Please let me know what to do next. If you still have some, that is.

Thanks.


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RE: HAVE: too many purple irises in Round Rock West

I would love to have some of your irises. I am just starting so I have nothing to share but monkey grass. I am startinf an all purple and orange garden around our new pool and everything is a mess from the construction. Do you need $ for postage? maybe I can share something with you in the future


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RE: HAVE: too many purple irises in Round Rock West

Hello,

Do you still have some of the purple irises you want to get rid of? I would like to have some if you still have some left. Check my trading list to see if you see anything you might want to trade for.


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RE: HAVE: too many purple irises in Round Rock West

  • Posted by azlcd z8 / TX (My Page) on
    Thu, Feb 1, 07 at 23:05

Sorry, all my irises are gone! Thanks for all the responses (and new iris homes).


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