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Old 10-09-2008, 11:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default Free plants in the Cleveland, TN area...

I am in the process of reworking my two beds on either side of my driveway, and have already removed all the plants I want to keep. I have the following plants that anyone can have if they just come dig them up and take them home.
(2) Weeping Mulberrys (6' of trunk each)
(Hundreds)Stella D'Oro and Happy Returns day lillies
(100+) Japanese Iris- both purple and white
I am planning on putting in succulent beds in their place because the Mulberries are getting too large to be able to see when you are backing out of my drive. (Poor planning on my part)
Anyway, I don't know if there is anyone in this area that is interested or not, but I thought I would try. Sorry, no shipping! IF anyone is interested, email me and I will give you my cell # and we can work out a time to come and get them...
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Old 10-09-2008, 10:18 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: Free plants in the Cleveland, TN area...

Free plants!!!

but not local!
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Old 10-10-2008, 06:32 AM   #3 (permalink)
 
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Default Re: Free plants in the Cleveland, TN area...

I think they will all be gone by this this weekend, if not sooner. I finally set up an account on Craigslist and posted them there. Within 20 minutes I had a call from a lady that lives about 40 miles from me and will be here this morning. By the time I cut my phone off last night, I had probably a dozen calls about them and wanting to set up times to come by. I even had someone ask if I could dig some up and save them for her! I explained that the reason they were free was because I didn't want to bother with anymore of them as I had already gotten out what I wanted to transplant. I had folks from NC, AL, GA, and all around SE TN calling last night. If I ever have anything to give away or to sell in the future, I know where to post them!!!
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way to go Randy! that was fast! you rock dude!
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Default Re: Free plants in the Cleveland, TN area...

Just a quick update... All is gone!!! Even the weeping Mulberry trees, which I didn't think anyone would try as they were pretty large. Now to rework the beds for next spring and get ready to plant succulents, (agaves, yuccas, sedums, etc.)
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