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Native woodland plants to share

Posted by loess_roots z4 NE (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 19, 10 at 23:27

I've got some mayapple, black cohosh, and dutchman's breeches rootstock to share with the membership. Contact me if interested.

Rod A.


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RE: Native woodland plants to share

Hi

Do you still have mayapple, black cohosh, and dutchman's breeches rootstock to share? I could use some to develop my woodland/shade garden. Please LMK. Thanks

jeff

JMALAKOFF@HOTMAIL.COM


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RE: Native woodland plants to share

Am interested in the Dutchmans Breeches rootstock. Contact me if you still have some available,
Thanks


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RE: Native woodland plants to share

Dutchmans Breeches rootstock would be of interest if it becomes available again.
Thanks,
Peter


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RE: Native woodland plants to share

For those responding to this post, please contact me again this coming fall (August/September 2011) to request a listing of plants that I'll have to offer. I won't have any available this spring, sorry.

Sincerely,

Rod A.


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RE: Native woodland plants to share

Do you wild dig these or are they thinnings/seeds, divisions from planted stock? If divisions not wild dug I would talk with you too. I do NOT want to receive wild dug as it is illegal to both dig AND receive wild dug plants.

Also check and see if it is legal across state borders. Even our local plant exchanges are surprise monitored by undercover authorities.... so are our forums.

Be responsible and if source is reputable by all means enjoy the trades, give aways etc.


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RE: Native woodland plants to share

All the plants I provide are from propagated rootstock cultivated in raised beds, in natural shade, no fertilizer or herbicides applied. Feel free to contact me for further information if you wish.

Rod A.


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