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Lily of the Valley Pips for Trade

Postby Lady_K » May 11, 2008 1:30 am

I have tons of Lily of the Valley pips that have been coming up in the past two weeks. I am not a fan of Lily of the Valley at all and am doing something else with the space anyways (the patch of LOTV is roughly 20ft long by 2-3 feet wide in most spots). I am not looking for any major or even trade, just what you'd like to send/get rid of. I don't have any preference as to what you would like to send as my projects are many and seeds/plant needs are varied. I can definitely go to the post office and calculate what the SASBE cost would be for so many of these babies. I have more than I can count and the current sizes range from 1 inch tall up to 5-6 inches tall. I would like to get rid of them all within the next month.
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