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Trading Goodies?

Discussion in 'Bartering and Trades' started by littleginsu, Feb 7, 2014.

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  1. Kristy1970

    Kristy1970 Well-Known Member

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    I have 3 hibiscus in large above ground planters. Haven't yet fed any to Daisy. Almost scared because she is like a sugarcane harvester when she likes something. My flowers/plants are so pretty :( LOL Her favorite is Milk Thistle, it's a weed... hey, I'm good with that :)
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    The seeds have germinated beautifully! This is my second batch...already have about 25 in pots. Plus I gave away a few seeds. Can't wait to watch them grow! I would say 90% sprouted. Thanks again!
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    Shipping live plants is safe and easy....as long as it's not on a "no ship" list, like Hogs Weed here in MI. (Nasty weed) I've shipped plants all.over the USA. I simply place a wet paper towel around the rrots, followed my some.newspaper than a.plstic bag/baggy depending on the size of the plant and then us a rubber band to band the bag closed at the very base of the plant. Im part of a huge Gardening community where trading plants is a big part of that community.
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    I have Hosta's daylillies, been balm, yucca spiderwart, sedum, and fern-leaf yarrow, all on the same list for Sully's and Leo's... possibly more species of tortoises.
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    I just ordered some
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    Does anyone have tree collard cuttings?
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