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  1. missg
    10-10-2010 05:10 AM
    Hello Deeka, I sorry I no longer have the pink oxalis at this time. I can send you some of
    the Miss muffet caladium if you are still interested. If you are interested then we can see
    that I would be able to trade for. Sorry it took me so long to get back with you.
  2. deeka
    08-31-2010 10:13 PM
    Hello missg,
    Would you be willing to trade some of your miss muffet caladium and pink oxalis for some red leaved dahlias that I will be digging up for the fall, I also have lots of other perenials,shrubs, and water plants I can trade with. Please let me know, I just love all of your photos of your plants, very nice job.
  3. missg
    07-28-2010 06:06 PM
    Zuzu, thanks for the infor I love
  4. zuzu's petals
    07-26-2010 12:18 PM
    zuzu's petals
    Hi MissG.
    Thanks for your nice compliments to some of my photos of our courtyard and entry.
    You asked about the paving there in the couryard, and I did answer under the photo - but in case you didn't see the reply there, I'll add it here, as well.

    Quote :
    The courtyard treatment we did do ourselves, but there are not actually any pavers there - just loose pea gravel in a grid made of 2x4 treated lumber.

    We removed all of the grass and weeds first, then constructed the gridwork.
    Next, we had a dumptruck load of gravel delivered and hubby and I shoveled and raked it until it filled up the grid.

    We felt that we needed to have a permeable surface, as this area gets tropical storms and hurricanes, so we need for large amounts of rainfall to dissipate quickly.
  5. missg
    11-19-2009 01:15 PM
    RR Thanks you ,
  6. RiverRock
    11-19-2009 01:07 PM
    Nice to see you dear! Hugs and big smiles to you..blessings
  7. missg
    11-08-2009 01:13 PM
    I started out with all in containers, now I'll say half.
  8. BarefootGardener
    11-07-2009 11:47 PM
    Are most of your plants grown in containers?
  9. BarefootGardener
    05-05-2009 07:50 PM
    The hosta would be more than welcome--the dusty miller less of a deal. How much Lamb's ear would you like?
  10. BarefootGardener
    05-03-2009 06:04 PM
    Hi, do you still have solid dark green hosta and dusty miller? I'm not sure I have anything you'd like to have. Have you seen my list? Let me know, I may have it posted in the wrong place.


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    philadelphia, Pa Zone 6B
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    Seeds Hibiscus , Ylang Ylang TreeI , Sweet potato vine, Aloe, Dusty millerPlants have
    Just to tell a little about my family and my self .
    I'll been married 35 years with 5 sons,3 daughter-in-laws and 13 grandchildren. We added two dogs to are family a
    Bichon Frise and a Cockapoo. The cockapoo he's my gardening buddy. I loooooove the tropics, It's my goal to may my garden look like a tropical retreat. I just started gardening last year, I know some things about gardening but still have a lot to learn.. I'm doing pretty good starting plants from seeds, but still have a long way to go. I also buy from local garden stores and trade, I love trading. Plants seeds, cutting, rooting Jars, and buying from co op I love them to.

    I'm a very prompt trader and expect the same in return. I mail my plants first class or priority Seeds will be first class unless it is a large amount. I try to be fair and generous when trading.
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