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Many babies to take care of/needing homes

Posted by wishnforspring z5 (thelaw64@yahoo.com) on
Thu, Apr 13, 06 at 15:44

Hi everyone! I'm back for another year of trading.
I have been weeding and need to thin out the following plants (unless noted all are babies):

Lamb's ears
pachysandra-mature
Chives-mature
Artmesia-limelight
Black eyed susans-tooo many
Garlic-(small just starting out)
Yarrow-white and pink-mature
Ladies Mantle
Forget me nots - haven't bloomed yet
Black Holly hock-root from mature plant
Johnny jump ups-viola
Monarda- bee balm red
Creeping Myrtle - vinca minor-mature
I will be listing more as more emerges here in NY.
I am looking for DAYLILIES mainly- the dogs dug mine up and some didn't make it. Please check my trade list( I need to update)
Thanks!


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RE: Many babies to take care of/needing homes

You should post this over on the actual exchange. I bet you'd get some responses there. Good Luck!


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RE: Many babies to take care of/needing homes

HI.. If you have any lambs ear or black-eyed's left take a look at my list.. I have some named DL

Laura


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RE: Many babies to take care of/needing homes

I would love some Black eyed susans, black hollyhock, and yarrow if you still have them to spare. Look at my list, I do not have daylillies, but maybe I might have something you would like? I do have amaryllis, it is reddish orange, if you would like any of it I have a huge pot I need to...do something with.


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