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HAVE: sweet olive in Coppell

Posted by melvalena 8 DFWTX sunset 33 (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 15, 07 at 11:15

Its planted in the ground, but needs more sun than I have to offer. Its about 4 ft tall.

It is yours if you come dig it up.
Should be easy to dig up in a raised bed with loose soil.

I can't dig it up myself (I need shoulder surgery)and have no place to put it once its dug up.

I think if its dug soon, and replanted immediately and mulched before the cold hits will survive our zone 8 winter.
After that, it will not need any special care.

Here is a link that might be useful: sweet olive


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RE: HAVE: sweet olive in Coppell

Hi!
Did you find a taker for your sweet olive? Let me know if you still need someone to take it.
Thanks,
Colleen


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RE: HAVE: sweet olive in Coppell

Its yours if you come and get it! :)

I was just out looking at it and thinking it should
put out some blooms soon. :)

I so hate the thought of just ripping it out of the ground to let it die.
It would make my day if someone will take care of it and help it live on.


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RE: HAVE: sweet olive in Coppell

Hi, Colleen, Mel is a friend of mine - hope you can swing by and get the sweet olive. Congrats on the new grandbaby.


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RE: HAVE: sweet olive in Coppell

Yep, she's coming by. I have some other things to pawn off on her too. :)


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RE: HAVE: sweet olive in Coppell

Ask her if she wants a Vitex ............


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RE: HAVE: sweet olive in Coppell

:( Too late, she came and left with a car load early this morning.

I'm glad to pass on to her what I can't care for any longer.


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