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Mid-South Gardening: Wanted for postage

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Ocean Springs, MS

June 27, 2010
5:03 AM

Post #7924181

As I moved plants from my old house to my new home, I noticed that I lost quite a few during the freeze this winter. I would be happy to pay postage for any of these plants:
bird of paradise
cannas (especially the one with black leaves)
any type of ginger
any type of banana
wisteria starts (runners that have rooted; mine were just too large to move)
red oleander
white oleander
elephant ears (have the invasive kind already)

I don't have much to trade, but I do have some un-named daylilies, some plumeria seedling, some un-named bearded iris, and I will check to see what else I may have.

Thanks so much, julie

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