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WANTED: Daffodils for naturalizing

Posted by trish_ca CA 8 (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 27, 07 at 19:30

I am looking for unwanted daffodils, names not important.
I am planting 4 acres so looking for larger trades. Take a look at my trade list or let me know what you are looking for. I am still working on my trade list so much of what I have is not on it yet. Thanks in advance! Trish

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RE: WANTED: Daffodils for naturalizing

what color daffodils are you looking for? I have some.
I am interested in your iris.


RE: WANTED: Daffodils for naturalizing

I have very old daffodil, they are full of petals,similar to "Rip Van Winkle" but not. They are great for naturalizing. Also have rooted Pink Pussy Willow shrub,Rose of Sharon Trees, Carolina Allspice shrubs(smell great), unnamed Hosta. Please check out my Trade List.

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