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HAVE: Hosta and varigated Liriope

Posted by Tiffany_Rose z7 VA (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 3, 05 at 23:24

Anything pink, blue, purple, white or lemon yellow
Shrubs w/unusual or colorful fall interest
hydrangea cuttings, any variety, already rooted would be nice but definitely not necessary


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RE: HAVE: Hosta and varigated Liriope

  • Posted by emxry Virginia (My Page) on
    Fri, Sep 9, 05 at 16:56

Where are you in Virginia? I live about 60 miles east of Richmond. I have some hydrangeas I just rooted so they are small. Some are mopheads that were blue but could change based on your soil. I have some about a year old of this type too. I also rooted some variegated lacecaps that were light blue/white so they too are small. Maybe we can trade! What kind of hosta do you have? I have a lot of the solid green leaf ones.

Hope to hear from you!

Catherine


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RE: HAVE: Hosta and varigated Liriope

  • Posted by emxry Virginia (My Page) on
    Mon, Nov 7, 05 at 9:22

Hi!
I am so sorry I have not been in contact with you! My life has sorta been a mess lately. But I am getting straight! I lost one job and got another and am trying to settle into that and doing fairly well. My Mom feel a couple of weeks ago, she is 81 and lives next door to me, but nothing is broken but am tending a lot to her. But if you were still wanting to trade, my hydrangea seedlings are very nicely rooted now as well as my older potted ones. I have the seedlings that are varigated leaf lacecaps and regular green lacecaps as well as mophead hydrangea seedlings. My larger ones are sold green leaf mopheads. If you are still interested in trading, would this Saturday be a good day to meet somewhere and trade? I can come to Montross and maybe we can swap. It would be nice to get my Mom out too! Hopefully she would feel up to the ride with me!
Let me know your thoughts. Again I am sorry for not having gotten back to you on our trade.
Take care and have a great day!
Catherine


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