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Texas Gardening: Co-op for bare root perennials now open

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Austin, TX
(Zone 8a)

February 10, 2005
7:52 PM

Post #1282854

Calling all fellow Texas gardners':

A new co-op for bare root perennials has been approved.

All of these plants are Grade #1 (year or older) plants (so that means lots of roots) and most are hardy to our Texas Zones.
Might want to check it out. ;-)


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