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Bloomingdale, NJ
(Zone 6a)

April 19, 2001
6:37 PM

Post #3827

Just started clearing out my perennial beds, and had to thin out a bunch of yellow garden chrysanthemums. Planted them 2 years ago and now they're spreading all over the place! Also have a really pretty hanging pink flower (perennial) as well (see picture in plant identification). Would love to trade-(I'd take just about anything I don't already have!)or would be willing to send for postage.
Atoka, OK
(Zone 7a)

April 19, 2001
6:46 PM

Post #69076

hi, i would be interested in your hanging pink flower for postage.. if you can.. let me know .. firef
Round Lake, IL
(Zone 5a)

April 19, 2001
7:40 PM

Post #69084

Hi, I am intrigued by both of your plants mentioned here. Hmmmm...what to send you, tho...
I could send you a very decent sized elephant ear bulb or some orange daylilies or we could do postage if none of this appeals. :)

markleysburg, PA
(Zone 5a)

April 19, 2001
8:42 PM

Post #69109

I would be glad to haave some of both for postage Thanks Please send address for priority stamp
Brooklet, GA
(Zone 8a)

April 20, 2001
12:05 AM

Post #69164

Me too!!! I could use either one for postage or trade. All I have to trade for now is multiplying onions bulbs, hibiscus seeds, rose of sharon seeds or oregano seeds. Let me know ok. jcf
Milo, IA
(Zone 5a)

April 20, 2001
1:27 AM

Post #69183

Kat7: I too, would like to trade for the pretty pink hanging flower. I have old fashion bleeding heart, cypress spurge'Fens Ruby', red canna, red bee balm, comfrey, ornamental oregano. Or I would do postage. Debby
Sugar Land, TX
(Zone 9a)

April 20, 2001
4:58 AM

Post #69209

I would love some yellow chrysanthemum and hanging pink flowers for postage. Do you still have some left? Please let me know. Thanks
Springfield, MA
(Zone 6a)

April 20, 2001
11:19 AM

Post #69227

hi kat,
i would love some of the pink perennial. As a new gardener I am anxious to try everything. :-) I didn't understand in your messasge where I can view this. ? I have nothing to trade for plants, since it is only my second spring. But I would be happy to send postage.
Isn't it nice that the weather is finally changing here in the northeast. Not quite warm enough here for planting. We are still getting freezing nights.
Let me know. I would appreciate any help you may offer.
debi z
Kittanning, PA

April 20, 2001
11:23 AM

Post #69228

I would also like some yellow...
Bay City, MI
(Zone 6a)

April 20, 2001
3:28 PM

Post #69285

i want some i do i do!
posted under the plant id forum!
save me the pink flowers! plez!
Bloomingdale, NJ
(Zone 6a)

April 21, 2001
12:51 AM

Post #69442

4/20/01 Thanks everybody for your responses, I think as of now all of the above plants are spoken for-will let you know if I have any more available.

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