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HAVE: Clerodendrum bungei aka Cashmere bouquet

Posted by carrie751 z7/8 TX (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 14, 11 at 13:41

Anyone in my immmediate area in need of a start of these?? Keep in mind, they can be invasive, but grow where a lot of other plants won't.


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RE: HAVE: Clerodendrum bungei aka Cashmere bouquet

Hi carrie751

I would love to try some of your kashmir bouquet if you have any left. I take it that they survived the drought.I am just outside of san antonio if the offer still stands.
Thanks!
Rebecca:)


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RE: HAVE: Clerodendrum bungei aka Cashmere bouquet

Rebecca, the offer still stands, but unfortunately, I cannot mail anything anymore. That is why I stated "in my immediate area". They made the summer because they were watered.........they are not plants for a limited water source. I am very sorry as I would really love to share these with you or anyone else who can come to my house to get them. Happy Gardening, Rebecca !!!


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RE: HAVE: Clerodendrum bungei aka Cashmere bouquet

Hi Carrie,
Where are you at? I am all over the state so I may be able to pick 'em up...burrr...probably not til we get a chance to thaw out a bit! We can try again in the spring or next year. Driving is no big deal for me. We often go to port aransas on the weekends, I will be heading to El Paso next week and Dallas in Feb for my son's regional band competition. I drive 106 miles a day for work as dose my DH. If spring sounds good, I will get together some really neat sprouts and we can trade them! Thanks for your response...sorry it took a while for me to get back... i didn't realize these posts just sit here and dont go to my email..lol


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RE: HAVE: Clerodendrum bungei aka Cashmere bouquet

Rebecca, email me.................


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