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Donations for school appreciated


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Hi. I am helping out the local Punta Gorda elementary school- Sallie Jones- with a landscape project. The school building is basically new but due to budget cuts, there is nothing for landscaping. I am gratefully accepting any donations of cycads, palms or other plants to make the school a beautiful place. I am on the west coast of Florida, 100 miles south of Tampa. I will drive in FL to pick up material and will pay for shipping out of my own pocket. If you have something you would like to donate, please pm. Thanks.

Vincent Bodnar

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  • 8 months later...

Wow - nobody responded.

Do you still need plants? I have 25 Aloe saponaria that I can't seem to get rid of. They are rooted young plants. They would be perfect for your climate.

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