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femilr
Anthon, IA

July 25, 2011
2:01 PM

Post #8714578

Purchased my first home and the yard is beyond bare. Previous owners were NOT outside people. :( Lucky I have grass I guess! If anyone has anything they have too much of please let me know. I would like to start another perennial bed that blooms from spring until fall. Any small items would be greatly appreciated. I only need like one of whatever you want to get rid of. I MISS my flowers, shrubs and trees. Pretty bare and very sad. Thanks.
motts1
south central, WI
(Zone 5a)

July 29, 2011
9:22 AM

Post #8723038

Hi, I will be moving (argh) and will be editing the plants moved later on. Depending on what occurs, might have a full medium size flat rate box (it is $10.something)
Everything depends on how much energy I have..currently walk around it once in AM and into the house...I will be having help later on with trading plants for digging work.
Anyway, it come down a maybe for postage. Wished I could be more specific..but ...
femilr
Anthon, IA

July 31, 2011
8:57 AM

Post #8727226

That would be great! Just let me know what you are willing to part with. I know how sad it is to have to move and lose everything you had worked years on. I saved just a few but nothing like I had. Just let me know when you are ready. Thank you.
minnesippi
Oakdale, MN
(Zone 4a)

August 16, 2011
7:22 PM

Post #8760365

If you have patience, i have OF bleeding heart seeds from this year. I could send you some of those?
I remember moving - it is so much easier digging up than it is planting...but when you move from MS to MN March 1st...needless to say I lost a lot myself. Nothing tipped over because the pots all froze to the board they were on. :) That was funny. Luckily, moved back to the house we left 3 years prior so I didnt have to start completely over.
femilr
Anthon, IA

August 18, 2011
4:53 PM

Post #8763620

Thank you that is so nice of you. Yes I would love some bleeding heart seeds. Sorry you lost your plants too. I know how it is to move, yes...and it's hard starting over but sometimes it's a good thing too. :) Hope you like MN. Thanks so much.

Coni
minnesippi
Oakdale, MN
(Zone 4a)

August 18, 2011
5:47 PM

Post #8763673

can you dmail me your addy? Its not in Trade Tracker.
femilr
Anthon, IA

August 19, 2011
9:49 PM

Post #8765738

Coni Miller
306 E. Bridge St.
Anthon, IA 51004

Thank you so much!
motts1
south central, WI
(Zone 5a)

August 28, 2011
9:07 PM

Post #8782239

Editing has started. I can send selection of sun or shade. Is there any plant or color that you don't like.?
I can get lots in the flat rate medium box..It used to be $10.40 ?. may be few cents more now. PLMK..starting to move plants now...who rah! I am in the address exchange.
Marcia
femilr
Anthon, IA

September 4, 2011
10:23 AM

Post #8792761

Thank you so much. I prefer perennials and any color will be just fine. I wil see if I can find the address exchange, not quite that knowledgable with this site yet.

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