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HAVE: packaged roses

Posted by cyh527 10 (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 8, 14 at 1:16

I have some roses left over from landscaping, they are still in their original packaging, I have all types, climbing, flower bed roses, and all kinds of colors.

I am open to trades with stuff I do not have especially fruit trees.


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RE: HAVE: packaged roses

Might you be interested in named daylilies? I just updated the list of those I can divide and they are on my exchange list. The rest of the list may not be very accurate yet for this year. I can give you a link to my catalog if you want to see photos and other information for the daylilies.


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RE: HAVE: packaged roses

please email me. also email me a list of other plants you have available including fruit trees if possible! I have a lot of roses, they are all award winning non-patent varieties. all very well rooted.


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RE: HAVE: packaged roses

Hi, there,

Would you be interested in dahlia tubers or asiatic lilies?


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RE: HAVE: packaged roses

definitely, please email me


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RE: HAVE: packaged roses

I would be interested in climbing roses, particularly pale pink or pale yellow. See my trade list. Thank you. Do you have any pictures of the roses?


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