Trailing forsythia to Wayne Smith
Hibiscus mutabilis Rubrum and perennial hibiscus to Tweetypye
Terry - you KNOW that i would of course love anything just about - particularly more perennial hibiscus and confederate roses
Rosey, SOUNDS GOOD. I'll bring them. Can you spare a fan of Jungle Princess and Rosie Meyer daylilies?
Hey, y'all. I still have 8 nice pots of silvery-purple wisteria and approx. 6 pots of white. These bloomed this year. Also a nice New Dawn running rose bush with buds. I need some one gallon pots, approx. 7 inch x 7 inch size.
> Terry, Did you give me some turks cap late last year? Where I planted them I dont see them coming up or are they late to sproute? Still got to get that upright elephant ears in the ground. Jill
From: Terry Smith
Sent: Thursday, May 01, 2008 10:02 AM
Subject: RE: turks cap
I don't remember who got them last year. If so and if they are in the shade they may still be waiting for warm soil. Mine are only about 2 inches tall and in partial shade. Let me know before the swap. I have a few left I can bring.
Terry Smith Tsmith2579@msn.com
terry i'll be potting up the daylilies for you this weekend. and if you feel you MUST get rid of it and no one else wants it, i'll take a white wisteria and the new dawn rose. have one of the new dawns, but can always use more lol!
Terry, I'd like one of the purple wisterias. Thanks, Susan
2008 SPRING PLANT SWAP
My FYI - MAY 10TH
10:00 TO 11:30 PLANT TRADES & DICUSSION
11:30 TO 1:00 LUNCH -- CONSIDERING CountryÂs BBQ (reasonably priced and variety of foods)
1:00 leave for touring nurseries in local area
Then you can come back to my house to visit if you like.