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Re: Cambridge Massachusetts area--plants to rescue for community gardens

  • Subject: [cg] Re: Cambridge Massachusetts area--plants to rescue for community gardens
  • From: Roberta Hayes roberta@jovi.net
  • Date: Fri, 10 Oct 2003 10:09:58 -0400

To:         community_garden@mallorn.com   Community Gardens E-mail List

Re: Cambridge Massachusetts area--plants to rescue for community gardens

Please Contact:    Jennifer Safford <jennifersafford@yahoo.com>

Greetings fellow Community Gardeners,

One of my gardening friends has a garden that she needs to dig up,
and has plants available.
She needs some assistance.
She has many plants.
She has a lilac bushes that are large but could be moved
to a community garden or other space to benefit your communities.
She also has bricks that would be great for pathways.
Please contact her via e-mail.
Thanks for your help!

: )  Roberta Hayes

Roberta L. Hayes
Mystic Community Garden
and Master Gardener, MHS
roberta@jovi.net
 



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