have: have: hellebores, red raspberry, horseradish

snoopykittykat(7)March 3, 2013

- Hellebores (creamy white, single petal, baby plant division just start to sprout (1) plant per trade)

- Hellebores (lime green, single petal, large cluster of flowers atop the stem, (1) plant per trade)

- Red Raspberry starts (thornless or thorned variety, sending (5) 3-4" start per trade)

- Calla Lily tuber (white, large variety, (2-3 tuber per trade)

- French Pink Pussywillow (un-rooted cuttings, (4) cuttings per trade)


- Variegated Solomon's Seal ---- (Trade in Progress)
- False Solomon's Seal
- Variegated Lily of the Valley
- Pink Lily of the valley
- Double Hellebores any color but white and cream
- tree peony any color
- Variegated Bear Breech
- Tuberose (double)
- Tea Olive ---- (Received)
- Mockorange (double)
- Myrtle (scented wood)
- Oak leaf Hydrangea (the one that turn pink or red bloom in Fall) ----- (Received)

Please let me know if u can trade. I'm open to other flower suggestion if u don't have what listed above. I love variegated and fragrant flowers that will be suitable for the cold (Pacific NW zone 7-8).

This post was edited by snoopykittykat on Mon, Apr 1, 13 at 18:06

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I would love a green hellebore. Depending on its size, I can offer any one of the following: division of false Solomon's seal (Maianthemum/Smilacena racemosa), a layered branch of a gold-leaved mock orange that is becoming a little shrublet in its own right, and Sarcococca (sweet box). I am having a plant trade in Olympia on April 20th (see my posting on this site), and you are invited.

    Bookmark   March 21, 2013 at 9:30PM
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