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HAVE: have these to trade

Posted by tina_2 zone8 tx (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 23, 11 at 20:42

Hi - I have these plants to trade :
Most are mature plants and I have a few starter plants.
Just email to me your swap list of plants. Thanks for looking! Tina

variegated vinca vine; evergreen vine, leaves are green with cream colored edges, blue blooms
salvia ; tubular red blooms
artemesia ; silver foliage
wandering jew; purple foliage
mixed iris; fragrant purple blooms and yellow blooms
bog iris; tall : bright yellow blooms
daylilies: red , yellow , orange blooms
monkey grass, lite lavender blooms
sedum; autumn joy - pink blooms
sedum ; yellow blooms

lemon grass
basil, purple
yarrow ; white blooms

morning glory vine, lavender blooms
loofah vine( bath gourd), large yellow blooms
mexican petunias, electric purple blooms
jewel of opar; pink star shaped blooms

serviceberry; white blooms
privet; white blooms

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RE: HAVE: have these to trade

are you close to San Antonio?

RE: HAVE: have these to trade

Hello - No , I am in Grand Prairie. Thanks,Tina

RE: HAVE: have these to trade

Tina, I'm thinking of removing 2-3, maybe 4, of my 1 and 2-year old dwarf burford holly shrubs so I can either plant more roses or give my existing roses more room. These holly bushes are about 3 ft tall and since they are still young, I think the root system won't be too extensive to dig up. Are you interested?

I work at DBU across Mountain Creek Lake so I could meet you in Grand Prairie.

Not exactly sure when I'll get these plants out of the ground. I have to hire help to do this.

I'm interested in lemon grass. I had one but it didn't make it one summer.

I also have extra iris if you have space for any more - most are lt blue falls with white standards. Lou

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