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HAVE: Heleborus, Native Columbine, and Cast Iron Plant

Posted by plantman71 7b/8a (tcm6641@yahoo.com) on
Tue, Jan 22, 13 at 17:22

I have 6 Heleborus Orientalis (purple flowers), 6 Heleborus Orientalis(could be purple. white, white with different colored faces), and several Cast Iron Plants.
I am looking for hardy cactus and succelents. Tell me what you have,I will need the names of the plants. All these can be shiped safely in cold weather.
Post on this site if interestecd in trading.
Thanks


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RE: HAVE: Heleborus, Native Columbine, and Cast Iron Plant

What size are the heleborous? I am interested. sending you an email


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RE: HAVE: Heleborus, Native Columbine, and Cast Iron Plant

I have both seedlings and blooming size that I need to take up.


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RE: HAVE: Heleborus, Native Columbine, and Cast Iron Plant

Will need to look up the cast iron plant to see if it grows as a perennial in my zone. I just sent you an email. Hope we can work something out. Glad to see someone else is excited for spring gardening.


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RE: HAVE: Heleborus, Native Columbine, and Cast Iron Plant

Cast iron plant is not a perennial for my zone, so I am not interested. My email to your address came back. Please email me back. Thank you


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RE: HAVE: Heleborus, Native Columbine, and Cast Iron Plant

Still initerested in your heleborous. must be missing each other. I have a house plant called Mezzo if you are interested in some starter for trade and small hens and chicks


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RE: HAVE: Heleborus, Native Columbine, and Cast Iron Plant

Hi Tony....

I still have a lot more catus and succulents, both indoor and outdoor types.

I don't really need the Helleborus orientalis, but you do know what I am looking for-LoL

Wondering if there was any sign of them yet ;-)


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