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HAVE box of Varigated groundcover

Posted by myohhmy z5 MICH (My Page) on
Tue, May 24, 11 at 15:03

Have boxes of varigated groundcover. Was going with the one plant over a large area theme but now I want to add in more of a flower bed. I think the name is varigated arch angle vine. can forward photo

This is an agressive plant though and is best for shady places where little else will grow like under trees or on hill. Looks good though varigated leaves keep color year round. spring has little yellow flowers. will survive drought and neglect actually it seems to thrive on it.

will take anything in exchange - not too picky. just hate to throw things away if others can use it.


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