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Joined: 2010-03-29


My small bamboo plant has come into its own, and now I really need to cut it back.

I do not know the variation of this bamboo, but here in the NE (zone 6 ) it remains green all winter long and is growing as high as 30ft.

I am looking for "tons" or pounds of annual flower seeds. Or some really cool perennials. In return I will trade you at least a 2 foot root runner. I cannot begin to transplant and send until at least the 3rd week of April. ( as long as the weather stays above 60-70 degrees for awhile )

The bamboo likes the full sunlight for best growth. The canes sometimes measure 1" wide.

Joined: 2010-03-25
bright pink 4 o clocks, allium

I have some bright pink and or white 4 o clocks and giant 4" allium balls which are cool! cadaverknee@hotmail.com for trade info. These threads are hard to follow, and almost impossible to keep up on without them fully and repeatedly daily.

Joined: 2010-03-29
to Mary


WOW....this actually works.
Glad to trade and just sent you an email

For others interested my email address is:

Joined: 2009-08-07

I have lots of seeds

Joined: 2011-04-08

would u be interested in sunflowers or day lilybulbs,I have thousands of them and morning glories and plus lots of others just the most of those two

Joined: 2011-02-26
Trade :-)

Please email me at mrslauramay (at) yahoo.com. I have quite a list that is bound to interest you.

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