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wanted: have lots of varieties of groundcovers

Posted by bunky z6 OH (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 7, 13 at 8:45

I have to offer in trade, English Ivy, Variegated artemesia, snow on the mountain, grass on the hill (same as snow on the mountain but taller and solid green), mixed ajuga, sedum, Herman' pride, lysmachia archangel and lysmachia gooseneck. I do NOT want groundcovers in exchange (unless it's really different!). Please let me know what you have to offer. I usually do a stuffed priority mail box (the ones around $5.) and would appreciate this in return.
Thanks for any interest you have in trading!

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