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South MS: Rose clipping exchange

Posted by 1JanetH 8 (My Page) on
Sat, May 12, 12 at 23:19

I'd like to start a Rose clipping (preferably a rooted clipping) exchange native to Mississippi/Louisiana. You can go to my page & look at my list of plants that I'm looking for. If there's anyone interested, please post below or email me.


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RE: South MS: Rose clipping exchange

Hi Jane, would you like to trade a PO med.flat rate box of
your plants, for my plants? You can get a number of plants
in this size box for the cost of around $11.00. You choose, and I will choose. It's fun to see what other Folks will send.
Waiting to hear,

RE: South MS: Rose clipping exchange

I would love to trade. I have one rose though :( I'm a newbie here and after I posted this, I thought to myself, I have only 1 rose & no clippings much less rooted. I'm new to the gardening scene (again). Once upon a time I did have MANY plants but life happened & I'm starting completely over.
I can put together a few things and send them first since I'm new & you can get them & tell me what you think. Or, better yet, since this would be my absolute FIRST trade, you can give me some tips on how things are done (packing & such) & then I can send you some things. Let me know if this will be good for you. And, thanks again for responding to my half-thought out post :)

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