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HAVE: You Dig; It's Yours Red Yucca

Posted by dallasgarden z8 Dallas (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 8, 07 at 23:50

I live in Dallas near White Rock Lake and have three large (more than 2 feet in diameter) clumps of Red Yucca (hesperaloe parviflora) that I want removed. You dig and it's yours for free. I'm usually home on Fridays. Just email me your interest and we'll make arrangements. Some tough digging but lots of rewards!


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RE: HAVE: You Dig; It's Yours Red Yucca

Hi Dallasgarden,I would love to have those yuccas if they're still there. I sent you an email.


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RE: HAVE: You Dig; It's Yours Red Yucca

NIcky, I responded and I still do have them, but haven't heard from you?


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