anyone want to trade?

thahalibut(Z-9 CA, SSZ-9)July 15, 2010

I am going to try & tie down & root some of my hydrangeas. I am looking for the same in trade, just small rooted plants/cuttings.

I am looking for

quick fire

lime light

little lamb

& maybe open to others

I hopefully will have these rooted for a trade in September.

nikko blue

white dome

lady in red

endless summer

lacecap pick

mariesii variegata

fuji waterfall


emile mouillere


glowing embers

big smile

& maybe chantilly lace & annabelle

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msalcido(7/8 (Dallas/Ft.Worth))

I would be. Unfortunately don't have what you are looking for. Currently trying to root these

Endless Summer Twist and Shout
Forever and Ever White Out
Forever and Ever Together
Endless Summer Original

If interested in these let me know.

    Bookmark   July 15, 2010 at 6:37PM
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thahalibut(Z-9 CA, SSZ-9)

I dont want any more ES. The FE look nice but maybe a bit short for what I wanted, I am looking for 4' tall minimum. Do you know how well the FE grows it hot dry Z9 california? It looks like it is mainly for northern climates from what little ive read.
I will try just about whatever hydrangea will do GOOD here, I want it to thrive, most of mine struggle for one reason or another.

    Bookmark   July 16, 2010 at 7:55AM
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msalcido(7/8 (Dallas/Ft.Worth))

Totally understand. Most FE's are hardy from Zones 4-9. I'm in Dallas where it is very hot and humid and mine are doing great so far. I have 3 and they are all thriving. I've listed a link to the FE website. Even though it states they are superior in the North I think they do well in any of the zones listed.

Here is a link that might be useful: Forever and Ever

    Bookmark   July 16, 2010 at 9:59AM
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thahalibut(Z-9 CA, SSZ-9)

I wouldnt mind trying the FE but I keep thinking of just 2' tall, It probably would not be seen in my spot at just 2' tall & get no sun. I would much rather have a quick fire or lime light, but if that doesn't happen, I may take you up on one of your offerings.

    Bookmark   July 19, 2010 at 8:10AM
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