have: list for 2007 mag spring swap

cfmuehling(7b DC/MD burbs)February 14, 2007

2007Spring MAG Swap: Plants you Have List

DIRECTIONS for the HAVES list:

  • If you're new to the swaps, please take the time and have the courtesy to read these posts. They're here to help everyone have a good time.
  • Yes, you can come if you don't have any plants. Your assignment will be to bring brownies food. Anything chocolate that you'd normally bring to a pot luck will be fine. Food & other contributions can be discussed under the MAG SPRING SWAP FOOD thread. Please chit-chat about it there, not here.
  • Post a list of the plants you HAVE on this thread, ideally with Latin names as best you can to avoid confusion, and cultivar names if they have them.
    This thread is not for your Wants. :) That's what the MAG Spring Swap: Plants you Want thread is for.
  • Yes, Please also list other garden stuff, such as seeds, tools or books, or all things Garden that you wish to swap or give away. Another man's trash....
  • Read other people's lists. If you see things you want and would like to swap or trade for, e-mail the person directly to arrange it. Do that via private email by clicking on your person's name at the top of their post.
    Do NOT arrange the swap or trade on this thread, please.
  • Do update your posting here and your member page with your Haves and Wants; feel free to link your post here to any Plant Exchange page you may have.
  • This is important:

When you bring your plants, MARK RESERVED PLANTS (i.e., plants for which you have a pre-arranged swap). LABEL your plants if possible. We often forget which was what by the time we get them home! Popsicle stick, plastic spoons, or other "plantable markers" are great, as they can be popped right in to the ground along with the plant.

At the swap, please do NOT take anything that is labeled for someone else, or is NOT labeled "Free" or "Please Take." Ask. That's all you have to do.

  • Questions? just include them in your post here, but please don't ask something addressed a gudzillion times. If you're asking and the answer is here, I'm going to know you've not appreciated my epic work.
  • Have fun finding new homes for your surplus plants and discovering new plants you didn't know you needed!

Did I forget anything? Of course! So, let me know so I can fix it!

Wishing everyone a great swap! Happy gardening,

Directions to Gardengramma's House

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spanaval

It's totally nuts to do this now, when I haven't even the faintest notion what will live or die, but when has that ever stopped me? This list is purely speculative at this point. I will add/subtract once I have an actual head count of what lived and died, and what I can root/divide/otherwise propagate, and of course, what lived that I even forgot I have. Pretty much everything in my 'Have Plenty Of' list, I will definitely have plenty of. The updates will be done on my trades page here:

http://www.gardenweb.com/members/exch/suja

The highly speculative list:

Plants I'll have in limited quantities
*Helianthus 'Lemon Yellow'
*Boltonia SnowBank
*Boltonia Pink Beauty
*Malva alcea fasgiata
*Miscanthus Purpurascens
*Miscanthus variegatus
*Miscanthus Morning Light
*Achillea Taygetea
*Shasta Daisy 'Becky'
*Dianthus Arctic Fire
*Kalimeris pinnafitida
*Salvia Blue Cloud
*Gaillardia Fanfare seedlings (maybe)
* One pink David Austin rose (either Mary Rose or Cottage Rose, I think)
* Caryopteris 'Worcester Gold' (Usually roots wherever the branches touch the ground)

For MAG swap purposes, I will only bring the plants I have plenty of, by request.

I always have plenty of:
*Purple Monarda (Either Blue Stocking or Prairie Night can't remember which)
* Rudbeckia Goldsturm
* Anthemis Kelwayi
* Calamintha Sylvatica
* Lamb's Ears
* Salvia Uliginosa
* Nepeta 'Walker's Low'
* Agastache Blue Fortune
* Anemone Robustissima
* Baby Buddleia plants - blue-purple
* Monarda Jacob Cline

    Bookmark   February 14, 2007 at 7:11PM
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buddybailey(7 DC/Northern VA)

I can't bring them all. I will only be bringing plants I have requests for. Of course, I will bring a few extras, but if you are interested in something, speak up! Even if you don't have anything to trade me, let me know and I'll still bring it if I can.

HAVE:

FLOWERS:
Sunbright Supreme Sunflower
Moonbright Sunflower
Bohemian Rhapsody Sunflower
Columbine
Halberd-Leaf Rosemallow
Red/Burgundy Columbine
Picotee Cosmos
Brightlights Cosmos
Islamabad Cilantro
Calycanthus Floridus
Asclepias Currisanica (Silky Red)
Purple Bean Hyacinth Vine
Morning Glory - dark pink/White
Morning glory Mix (Ipomoee tricolor)
Sweet Marjoram from Seed Savers

Veggies/Herbs:

Kellogg's Breakfast Tomato
Black Krim Tomato
Mat's Wild Cherry Tomato
Lime Basil
Red Russian Kale
Cherry Belle Radish
Herb - Borage Green Island Seeds

    Bookmark   February 15, 2007 at 3:39AM
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karyn1(7a)

It's too early for me to know exactly what I'll have but there will be an assortment of veggies, herbs, annuals and perennials, some pretty good sized plants depending on what I have extras of in the greenhouse at the time of the swap. I'll have to see how successful my attempt at winter sowing has gone as far as seedlings go. I should also have some seeds leftover. I'll update here when I have a better idea of what I'll have.
Karyn

    Bookmark   February 15, 2007 at 9:46AM
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Larry Kahn(7b)

Looks like I'll have plenty of *ICE* plant this year.

Larry

    Bookmark   February 16, 2007 at 9:51AM
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karyn1(7a)

Does anyone want things like nursery pots, trays, etc? If that's of any interest I can bring some along with the plants and seeds.
Karyn

    Bookmark   March 7, 2007 at 2:28PM
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DawnStorm(7/MD)

Mudsquopper, I'll take some your ice plants.
Not sure what I have yet.

    Bookmark   March 14, 2007 at 12:00PM
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avoirgold(z7 MD)

The only certain things in my garden are azaelas (fushia, white, pink, red)and English Ivy. Plenty of each of those.

I will post later if I find anything else.

Jen

    Bookmark   March 14, 2007 at 3:22PM
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kimka

Karyn,

The answer is yes. Bring nursery pots and trays. People always take them, whether they are little or big. I personally can use a bunch of 3-6 inch nursery pots.

    Bookmark   March 15, 2007 at 8:31AM
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cynthia_gw

Forsythia for KimKa and anyone else who wants some. (No trade required.) Typing it here so I won't forget who wanted it.

I won't have a real list until it all starts coming up and I realize I'm being overrun. So be sure to put your needs on the 'wants' list, and you might be surprised. I don't really do pre-trades, I just bring it if I have it and someone indicated they were looking for it....

    Bookmark   March 16, 2007 at 6:14PM
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jane_artist

Have:

COREOPSIS seedlings--tickseed species, I think. I'll pot up a whole bunch rather than toss them on the compost! Free to anyone or will trade. I'd hate to throw them away. Do let me know ahead of time if you want them, so I can be sure to have one or more for you.

    Bookmark   March 21, 2007 at 1:03PM
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beth_b_kodiak(zone 5a)

Is anyone willing to take African Violets? I started with a few leaves expecting one plant per leaf.
Surprise, from a few I got 7 or 8 babies. Obviously, I've had a population explosion on these and need to make some room.
I'm sure I'll have outdoor stuff too but for now I KNOW I have too many violets.

    Bookmark   March 22, 2007 at 7:03AM
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Larry Kahn(7b)

In addition to the usual suspects listed below, I have these, unless the late winter freeze crapped them out after I had put them in pots:

Baby Japanese maple (18 inches tall)
Daylily Happy Returns, but there's probably obedient plant mixed in
Low-growing cotoneaster
Japanese kerria, regular yellow flowered
Perennial hibiscus (red)
Several big chunks of porcupine grass (miscanthus strictus)

USUALLY HAVE LOTS OF THESE:
o Bee Balm (Monarda) - red and purple
Sedums (Weinhenstephaner Gold, Angelina, Dragon's Blood, and even acre if you really want that)
Yellow Evening Primrose (Oenothera biennis)
Tall perennial verbena (Verbena bonariensis)
Obedient plant (Physostegia virginiana)
Spiderwort (Tradescantia), mostly blues/purples
o THESE MIGHT BE LIMITED:
o Perennial ageratum (Eupatorium coelestinum)
Euphorbia robbiae (nice evergreen, but spreads like a mother)
Pink malva moschata
Siberian Iris (Iris siberica), various purples and blues
Little bluestem grass (Schizachyrium scoparium)
Porcupine grass (Miscanthus strictus)
Ribbon grass (Phalaris arundinacea)
Mexican feather grass (Stipa tennuifolia)
Cardinal flower (lobelia cardinalis)
Crocosmia (red, probably Lucifer)
Rose Campion (Lychnis coronaria)
Canna Lily tubers (Red Stripe, plus unknown reds and pinks)
Willow leaf helianthus (tall, as in 10-12 feet)
Purple ice plant (Delosperma cooperi)
Spiny Bear's Breeches (Acanthus spinosus)
Hosta Big Daddy

    Bookmark   March 22, 2007 at 2:50PM
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gardengrove_ac(z6 MD)

Just wanted to share my trade list...I'm definitely coming this year, I've even requested off work already. ;)
Peace,
Nate

Cuttings
Brugmansia- ÂPink and ÂPeachÂ
Cymbopogon citrates- Lemon Grass
ÂBlue Ice Calanthea
Dieffenbachia sp.
Aloe vera
Huernia schneideriana Red Dragon Plant
Epiphyllum anguliger Fishbone Epi
Schlumbergera X Thanksgiving cactus
Euphorbia milii Crown of Thorns
Ficus benjamina
Ficus elastica Rubber Tree
Burbidgea schizocheila ÂGold DustÂ\
Monstera deliciosa
Ledebouria socialis Silver Squill

Seeds:
Ocimum tenuiflorum Tulsi
Lilac la fleur Datura stramonium
ÂMammoth Sunflowers
McKenna Hybrid Columbine
Red ruffled P. somÂs (Found growing "wild" in AK)
White and Purple P. somÂs
Cleome
Heavenly Blue Morning Glory

I have a huge number of seeds from Horizon Herbs that IÂve been keeping in the fridge at school. So I have goldenseal and American ginseng seeds as well as many other native plants/herbs, but they're getting a few years old so germination might be iffy.

    Bookmark   March 25, 2007 at 11:16PM
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tvalenti(7a)

Having just moved don't have a lot of different items but I have a lot of items listed here. I am not sure of the colors of any items that don't list the color but here is what I have which I have lots of:

-Achillea (not sure of color)
-Azaleas - but small which I can bring - but many larger ones I would trade if they are picked up. Will probably not know color since the deer are eatting them...
-Catmint

    Bookmark   March 27, 2007 at 9:28PM
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lynneinmd

I'm not sure of Latin names for these, but I have a bunch of liriope (Jason, I tried to email you but don't know if it went through), some good size hostas that need splitting, a whole bunch of stonecrop, and what I have been told is vinca.
I'll try to post pics on mypage, I joined not long ago and haven't played much with the site.

Lynne (zachsmom at iname dot com)

    Bookmark   March 28, 2007 at 7:22PM
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kimka

This is what I expect to have available by swap time:

Blue monkshood divisions
Butterfly bush lavender flowers
Brugmansia unnamed yellow flowers great scent, rooted cuttings
Rose of Sharon bluebird
Trumpet vine, yellow flowering (only dug on request)
Spiderwort blue, grape, blue and gold
Lemon balm (warning invasive best as a container plant)
Artemesia Oriental Limelight
Mystic merlin mallow

Seedlings from this year's winter sowing
Rudbecki hirta marmalade
Hungarian blue poppy
Tussock Bellflower
Poor Man's Orchid, Schizanthus pinnatus (although they look a little leggy at this time)
Trailing blue lobelia (maybe)
What else germinates well inthe next two weeks

Seed
Black Pearl ornamental/eating pepper

    Bookmark   March 29, 2007 at 8:50AM
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cecilia_md7a(7a/Baltimore,MD)

I'll have my usual assortment of tomato, pepper, and eggplant seedlings. That's all I'm sure of right now.

    Bookmark   March 29, 2007 at 2:57PM
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gardengranma(6a/6b MD)

Hi All: See my trade list. Or dig what you want when you come to the spring swap. I posten my wants, and I have quite a few (on the want list). I am so looking forward to the whole event. I will also have some water features for a deck for an extra good trade, and some ornaments. Drop me a line and I'll describe as best as I can, or come early, because the early bird .............

    Bookmark   March 30, 2007 at 5:09PM
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zebz(7-8)

My friend and I might be able to make the swap. She isn't a GW member, but I'm dragging her along.

She has some Mayapple (hopefully growing by then) that she'd like to trade for Virginia Bluebells.

I will have a few Resurrection Lily bulbs (aka Naked Ladies).

If the native honeysuckle comes back after my efforts at removing a lot it, I may have some of that, too.

Will update as I see what extra things I have growing.

LeslieS, I'm zee elsewhere, so we may get to meet after all.

    Bookmark   March 30, 2007 at 9:49PM
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zebz(7-8)

Not lots of any of these, but here goes.
Forget-Me-Not - Myosotis (not sure which)
Chrysogonum virginianum (Green and Gold-Allen Bush I think)
Columbine (Aquilegia - blue flowered)
Verbena bonariensis - maybe - last fall I threw away a lot
Sedum spurium - John Creech
Sedum oreganum - Glaucum
Sedum spurium Fuldaglut
Sedum sexangulare
S. Kamtschaticum
S. Blue Carpet
Passiflora caerulea (again, threw out lots - not sure if I'll have any runners left)

Regarding the Sedums, I'm not sure I'll be able to correctly identify which is which on a few.

    Bookmark   March 31, 2007 at 8:11AM
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watergal(z6/7 Westminster, MD)

Hi! I'm new to the swap and a bit shy about meeting new people, but here goes! I will have lots of the following:

Stella d'Oro daylilies
White siberian iris, unnamed

Limited quantities of:

Siberian iris, deep blue, unnamed
Daylilies, large yellow, unnamed
Canna 'Phaison', aka 'Tropicanna'
Canna 'Red King Humbert'
Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Cameo'
Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Gabriel'
Basil, Italian

Limited quantities of the following pond plants:

Waterlily, red-flowered, labelled as N. 'pygmaea rubra' but I don't believe it
Waterlily, tropical, medium blue
Waterlily 'Chromatella'
Pickerel rush, purple
Arrowhead, hardy

Very limited quantities of the following tropical houseplants:

Sanseveria laurentii (snake plant)
Sansevieria hahnii (shorter rosette snake plant)
Aglomena, assorted varieties (chinese evergreen)
Pothos, green, unrooted cuttings (easy to root)
Ficus elastica, variegated (rubber tree), cuttings - maybe rooted by then, maybe not
Schefflera (umbrella tree), green and/or variegated
Kalanchoe (aka Pregnant plant, not the florist type)

Seedlings - a few, assorted, whatever I end up with extras of, mostly perennial and annual flowers

Possibly some garden ornaments and/or pots and trays - if I get around to cleaning out the shed!

Maybe some extra gardening magazines and/or books - if I get around to cleaning out the bookshelves!

I'll update the list on my GardenWeb swap page - check first to see if something you especially want is spoken for.

    Bookmark   March 31, 2007 at 11:47PM
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watergal(z6/7 Westminster, MD)

Please email me - I'm trying to contact you but can't seem to get through. Thanks!

    Bookmark   April 1, 2007 at 12:50AM
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tomatoes4ever(7 Fairfax VA (DC))

I originally posted my planting list in February. I have completely changed my mind and would like to update my list.

NO FLOWERS!!! ALL TOMATOES NOW!!

I can't bring them all. I will only be bringing plants I have requests for. Of course, I will bring a few extras, but if you are interested in something, speak up! Even if you don't have anything to trade me, let me know and I'll still bring it if I can.

HEIRLOOM TOMATOES:

Rutgers
German Red Strawberry
Anna Russian
Cherokee Purple
Watermelon Beefsteak
Matina
Wins All
Kellogg's Breakfast
Black Krim
Burpee Heirloom Rainbow Mix

HYBRID TOMATOES:

Big Zac
Roma VFN
Grape Tomatoes
Burpee Porterhouse(featured on the cover of this years catalog)
Burpee Better Boy
Burpee Super Beefsteak
Ferry Morse "Big Boy"

ALSO HAVE:

Sweet Basil
Lime Basil

All I am interested in trading for is tomatoes.

    Bookmark   April 1, 2007 at 2:53AM
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gardnwatch

Watergal..
Please email me directly and not through gardenweb.Their system is not working properly and messages are not going through.
I need your email address. Thanks....
Bonnie

    Bookmark   April 1, 2007 at 3:41PM
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lynneinmd

Okay, this may be a little weird, but since I don't have a lot of plants to bring to the swap, (and after playing today in the yard) I think it's a valid offer, especially if you love to garden but hate or have problems digging the big hunks. I will haul my rototiller to you and dig your garden, within 20 or so miles of Bowie, MD (but the distance is negotiable, especially if the route doesn't involve the beltway). I looked into renting one for a few hours or a day and that was pretty reasonable, but when I found one at a pretty good price that was easy for me to handle, I bit the bullet and bought it and am SO glad I did! Love it Love it Love it. There's not going to be much lawn left in the front yard by the time I'm done - but I'll have plenty of room for all the plants that I got from Susan plus whatever ends up in my truck at the swap!
=)

Lynne
zachsmom at iname dot com

    Bookmark   April 1, 2007 at 11:25PM
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zebz(7-8)

Watergal,

I did send you an e-mail through GW. I'm guessing you didn't get it.

    Bookmark   April 2, 2007 at 8:05AM
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watergal(z6/7 Westminster, MD)

zebz, you're right - I didn't get it. Please email me at SJohnson13@aol.com instead.

    Bookmark   April 2, 2007 at 10:21PM
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watergal(z6/7 Westminster, MD)

Please email me at SJohnson13@aol.com - I'm interested in arranging trades and I'm guessing the emails I sent out earlier thru GW have disappeared somewhere into cyberspace! Thanks!

    Bookmark   April 2, 2007 at 10:24PM
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zebz(7-8)

Watergal (and anyone else who wants to arrange a trade),

Until after the spring swap, I'll be using this e-mail address if you want to arrange a trade.

habitatzee@yahoo.com

Watergal, I sent you an e-mail from elsewhere, but when you respond, please use the yahoo address. Thanks.

    Bookmark   April 3, 2007 at 9:13AM
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zebz(7-8)

Please contact me at: habitatzee@yahoo.com

I sent you an e-mail from GW, but it probably didn't go through.

Thanks.

    Bookmark   April 3, 2007 at 11:15AM
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heyruthie(z7 NOVA)

Newbie gardener here!!!!!

Here is a list of what I have as of TODAY, but check my profile for "current" listings, just to make sure. I'll add or remove stuff in there as need be!

As of April 3rd--

HAVE:

I donÂt know how to root cuttings yet, but I can give you
UNROOTED CUTTINGS from the following:

-Hydrangea Paniculata (Pee Gee) white

-Lagerstroemia (Crepe Myrtle) hot pink

-Forsythia, common

-Plum Tree, delicious yellow fruit

-Azaleas, varied

-Hibiscus syriacus (Rose of Sharon) color: lavender

White Camelia

I also have for trade these PLANTS:

-Hosta, pure green small leaves (just a few)

-Christmas Ferns (for special trades, just a few)

-Sensitive Ferns (Prob? A woodland-y fern)

-Ajuga, nice purplish leaves and flowers

-Wintergreen (some)

Woodland Violets (purple and white)

-Sweet woodruff

-unknown irises

-Very tall ornamental grass

-English Ivy

-Periwinkle

I ALSO HAVE:
Leaf MulchÂvery nice stuff, finely chopped and somewhat aged,

and I can get my hands on some
FINISHED bunny compost or bunny manureÂBLACK GOLD!!!!! (for special trades only)

Let me know if any of this appeals to you!

    Bookmark   April 3, 2007 at 1:59PM
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cynthia_gw

Bunnie Compost. That reminds me, have we heard from Prof Dirt of manure and compost fame?

    Bookmark   April 3, 2007 at 2:08PM
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heyruthie(z7 NOVA)

Oh--I also have a bunch of white Physostegia. I don't know the exact variety. Is this stuff a weed? It's going nuts in my garden.....

Here is a link that might be useful:

    Bookmark   April 3, 2007 at 2:21PM
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zebz(7-8)

I've looked for, but couldn't find, information on how the plants for the swap should be prepared.

When trading hostas by mail, people would wash off all soil from the roots, wrap the hosta in dampened newspaper or paper towels and plastic bags.

Is it acceptable to do the swap plants in the same manner, or do they have to be in soil? That could be a problem, because I don't have any extra pots.

Thanks.

    Bookmark   April 3, 2007 at 5:05PM
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lynneinmd

Bunny manure? Someone wants bunny manure? I have a giant chinchilla bun and for one bunny, she produces a LOT of bunny manure (or at least my huband thinks so..)

I didn't realize this was a potentially useful swap item - I have been dumping it in the flower beds and onto what might eventually become a compost pile, but mostly because we have a low spot in the yard and we're trying to fill it little by little..

I'm in Bowie..

Lynne

    Bookmark   April 3, 2007 at 5:49PM
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avoirgold(z7 MD)

Ruthie, obedient plant is native to the area and that is probably why it is doing so well, but definitely not a weed to most people. Very pretty indeed though!

Z, most people put their stuff in pots, but that is because we all have so many from obsessively buying plants from the garden centers. :-D Wet paper towels or newspaper are also acceptable, but might be harder to do for bigger plants. You could also try using plastic bags so that you can keep a bit of moist soil for the roots.

    Bookmark   April 3, 2007 at 6:13PM
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lynneinmd

Z, I'll be bringing empty pots to the swap (I ended up with most of the leftover pots at Susan's on Saturday), and I'm sure others will be bringing extras as well, so even if you bring your plants in newspapers or bags, they'll probably end up in a pot before the day is done. Or if you're reasonably close to Bowie, we can link up and you can have some ahead of time. I'll be out of town next week but will be around after that.

Lynne
zachsmom@iname.com

    Bookmark   April 3, 2007 at 8:06PM
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chrismd(7)

Z - a chunk of plant in wet newspaper is acceptable. Don't do anything so twee as washing off the roots.

I will not be doing my vegetable garden but I am starting a bunch of peppers and tomatoes for those who are interested, also any other seeds that strike my fancy.

I will also bring rooted cuttings of Sedum "Blue Spruce", even with this strange winter it managed to grow a foot in all directions. i have it in my hellstrip bed where it gets no water and no love and it looks fabulous.

And as ever, about 10 pots of autumn clematis.

Looks like we have a lot of newbies - yeah - just remember we don't always do things by direct trade, A gives to B who gives to C who gives to A, so be open to "paying it forward" and depending on serendipity to fill your cars up again.

    Bookmark   April 4, 2007 at 3:11PM
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zebz(7-8)

To keep on topic I HAVE a liking for the word twee. It comes up all the time in computer Boggle. I like bosh, too. That one can be slipped into conversations more easily than twee.

Are you British?

    Bookmark   April 4, 2007 at 3:41PM
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patapscomike

Have-

blue rain barrel (with no top and no drain hole)
freshly cut Bamboo stakes up to 30' long
Red Russian Kale
Gold Rush Squash

    Bookmark   April 4, 2007 at 9:45PM
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watergal(z6/7 Westminster, MD)

"twee" was a new word for me - I had to look it up - see below.

When I was a teen, I worked with a British lady who used to describe certain people as "posh". I thought that was a great word too.

Here is a link that might be useful: definition of

    Bookmark   April 4, 2007 at 11:25PM
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tvalenti(7a)

Hi - patapscomike can you post your email - there does not seem to be one attached to your account.

    Bookmark   April 5, 2007 at 9:29AM
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chrismd(7)

No - but it is very twee of me that I still like Beatrix Potter. Can we all admit that we like foxgloves because of the picture of the fox's house in "Jemima Puddleduck'?

    Bookmark   April 5, 2007 at 4:35PM
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giverny(z7 Maryland)

Hi - I know I have some Stylophorum diphyllum (wood poppy) seedlings, ajuga, Asarum canadense, some Monarda (can't remember the color), yellow oenothera, Christmas ferns and native bloodroot. Will probably think of more things later.
Mea

    Bookmark   April 6, 2007 at 8:43AM
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patapscomike

Sorry- I can be reached for trades at PatapscoMike ** @ ** gmail.com (remove spaces and *'s, those keep the spam at bay)

And the squash I'll have are Lemon Squash, not Gold Rush. And I only have two left, as everyone seems to want the tasty, SVB resistant Lemon Squash...

    Bookmark   April 6, 2007 at 8:47AM
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giverny(z7 Maryland)

I just remembered I also have Lindera bezoin (native spice bush). Mea

    Bookmark   April 6, 2007 at 8:50AM
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Larry Kahn(7b)

Mea,

I'll take some of the Stylophorum diphyllum and the Asarum. If you have an extra Christmas fern we can use it. My email is madsquopper AT hotmail DOT com.

Larry

    Bookmark   April 6, 2007 at 10:30AM
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avoirgold(z7 MD)

Additions to my list:

Various bakets, pots, peat pots (ton, pix for sizes only), and what I think are orchid baskets. I got them from a neighbor who could no longer use them. See link for pix.

Note: The cibidium orchid soil mix is no longer available, and I only have ~4 orchid baskets left. Also, the bamboo stakes are gone.

Jen

Here is a link that might be useful: Swap Items

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watergal(z6/7 Westminster, MD)

giverny, please email me at SJohnson13 at aol dot com. Thanks!

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gardnwatch

Some additions to my swaplist.

Lady's Mantle - 5 divisions
Clematis - 1 Jackmani division

Houseplants..
1 small parlor palm
1 small peacock plant
1 small Draceana marginata

Please take a look at my swaplist....
No trades needed for the houseplants.
If you have iris or lillies I will take them, but swaps not necessary... I really need to thin things out.

thanks...

Bonnie

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giverny(z7 Maryland)

Hi Jen -- I couldn't find your email address. I'm interested in the orchid baskets you have left and have Asarum canadense which you have on your want list. Please email me if interested (mea DOT zick AT arbitron DOT com -- I'm not sure why everyone isn't using the characters in the email addresses, but I'm following suit). Larry and Watergal, I'll email you tonight. Mea

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giverny(z7 Maryland)

I also have Mayapples (Podophyllum peltatum) and most likely lemon balm (I pulled out most of it last year, but I'm sure some is coming up somewhere!)
Mea

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watergal(z6/7 Westminster, MD)

The reason people are writing out their email addresses is to keep spam robots from "harvesting" them. From what I understand, there are automated programs that scour bulletin boards, pull off the email addresses, and then send spam to them. They aren't programmed to find the addresses if they don't have the usual "at" and "dot" characters in them.

Of course, I wasn't clever enough to do that earlier in this thread, so I guess I can look forward to even more spam. Yippee!

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madeleinef(z7 MD)

I have available for anyone interested:
- black raspberries
- red raspberries
- catmint

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DawnStorm(7/MD)

Giverny--is the spice bush still available? I would like it if it is. You can e-mail me at: DawnPalka AT Verizon DOT net. Hope the spammers don't catch on to our evasive technique!

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sfmiller(z7 MD)

I should have these, subject to the usual weather and pest-related contingencies. Will probably add other perennials later, once I have a better idea what's wintered over.

This year's seedlings or volunteers, unless otherwise specified. Quantities of most are limited.

Alyssum saxatile
Boltonia (given to me as 'Snowbank,' but I don't think it is), divisions (have LOTS)
Brugmansia (from cuttings)
--'Charles Grimaldi'
--'Axelrose'
Coleus 'Inky Fingers,' from cuttings
Chasmanthium latifolium (Northern sea oats)
Helleborus x hybridus (Lenten Rose), fall-started seedlings
Lysimachia 'Alexander,' divisions (digging out a planting, have quite a bit)
Plectranthus amboinicus (Cuban oregano), variegated, from cuttings
Salvia azurea
Salvia coccinea 'Lady in Red'
Salvia guaranitica, divisions
Salvia reptans (upright form)
Sedum 'Vera Jameson,' from last year's cuttings
Verbascum 'Southern Charm'

In-person trades in advance of the swap are fine, too (Read: I'd rather not have to water a bunch of pots for longer than necessary!) I'm in Hyattsville, about 2 miles from Univ. of MD.

Sounds like direct email is better than Gardenweb referrals. My address is: sfmiller AT umd DOT edu

Steven

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gardnwatch

Mea,
I think the main reason why others are not using the gardenweb link to email is because some of the emails sent that way are not going through to the recipients.
We started using direct email when a few of us emailed each other during Susan's garden digging and we couldn't get through to one another. Messages were missed. It was frustrating.
Another good result I guess is to keep the "spam robots" from getting in.

Bonnie

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cynthia_gw

I just saw Watergal looking for covered plastic buckets on the 'have' thread. I always bring a dozen or so compliments of the kitties :-) Alas, the source is drying up as I've switched to 'World's Best Cat Litter' which comes in plastic bags. But the stack in the freezer room is towering at the moment, so I do hope others still want these.

Also remembered that Steven wanted a cutting of the pink brug which I got from him a few years ago. It's been in water in gh all winter and is root city. I'll need to pot that up to get it used to soil.....

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shady_lady(zone 7 - MD)

In addition to my regular exchange list (and I don't know if this is totally wildly off topic) I also garden in my aquariums and have some excess aquatic plants I can bring on request.

Rotala indica
Micranthemum micranthemoides (baby tears)
Vesicularia dubyana (java moss)
Ludwigia repens x arcuata (Narrow leaf ludwigia)
Ludwigia repens (broadleaf ludwigia)
Common duckweed (now this stuff can be a menace, but some folks find use for it)
Cryptocoryne Wendtii brown

Houseplants:
Unrooted african violet leaves (some doubles)
kalanchoe - yellow blooms

Bulbs:
Daffodil "Salome" - It doesn't like me apparently, producing blooms in poor numbers every other year. Anyone who has better luck with them is welcome to them.

Here is a link that might be useful: My Exchange list

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layne_nova

To shady_lady:
Can not find your email and since GW email isn't working. Here it goes. Please bring your excess aquarium plants that would tolerate low light. I have plenty of water-space for them. :)

Got several big hydrangea bushes right behind the fence, guess they tolerate shade well, pink color. I could divide and bring you some.

reach me at laynemj at hotmail dot com

Thanks,
-Layne

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zebz(7-8)

ShadyLady, if you didn't get my e-mail through GW, please contact me at

habitatzee at yahoo dot com.

Thanks.

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madeleinef(z7 MD)

Besides the black and red raspberries (originally from Minnesota) and catmint, I also have:

Aloe vera
Cocoyam

Houseplants:
Christmas cactus Schlumbergera "christin" - lavender
Bromeliads
Croton
Baby spider plants

Also: (only if someone asks for it)
Creeping thyme, also called mother of thyme
Mint
Oregano
Lemon balm
Monarda (hot pink, I think)
Vinca minor (periwinkle)
Coreopsis verticillata
Sweet woodruff
Ageratum
Bachelor's button (blue)
Creeping jenny (moneywort) Lysimachia nummularia "aurea"
Senecio aurea
Wintercreeper Euonymus fortunei
Lamb's ears Stachys byzantina
Rose mallow
Sedum: kamtschaticum (from Vlad), acre

Question: I have a lot of volunteer peach trees coming up from the compost from great local fruit. I don't know anything about fruit trees. Does anyone know if it is worth trying to raise a couple to maturity? Does anyone want any of them?

Madeleine
madeleinefletcher at yahoo dot com

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firstkim

With a few exceptions, I don't have a whole lot of any one thing, so it would be wise to reserve if you see something you really want.

Vinca (periwinkle vine)
Ditch lilies (fairly abundant)
Sage (culinary - s. officinalis)
Peppermint (fairly abundant)
Oregano (culinary - [Greek?])
Coreopsis (darker yellow - probably 'zagreb')
Hosta - 'Golden Tiara'
Hosta - unknown green & white (small - medium size)
Hosta - unknown green & chartreuse (medium - largish size)
Monarda - wine colored

Kim
ktstark AT comcast DOT net

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firstkim

I also have an abundance of a mystery fern that was here when I moved in. Mature height is about 3 - 4', upright habit, though the fronds will trend outward after a heavy rain, woody base that almost looks as if someone buried a pinecone. It self-propagates with underground runners (stolons?) and does so very enthusiastically if it's happy. It can take a few hours of direct afternoon sun without problem. It's very happy where it is, and I'd be very happy to share if this sounds like a solution to your landscaping problem. Personally, I want the space for other things.

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christy2828(8a)

This is my first swap, so here goes......

I have 3 junipers that I can dig up (pics)
1 Cherry Tree (not sure what kind, but pic, I know this is a big trade, but it can't stay where it is, and I have nowhere else to put it :)
4 Salvia May Night
5 Jade cuttings (rooted, and potted up in ceramic pots)
Several named AV's (babies and suckers, or unrooted leaves, check my trade list)
Lots of seeds (check my trade list)

That's all I can think of right now!

mayo1315 "at" verizon "dot" net

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firstkim

I have some Hosta lancifolia too, that I could take a couple divisions from if anyone is looking for some.

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Larry Kahn(7b)

The mystery fern sounds like Christmas fern. I'm sure you'll be able to trade them at the swap even if not pre-arranged.

Larry

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beth_b_kodiak(zone 5a)

I have a lot of seedlings from Winter sowing that i will be bringing.
More River Birch seedlings about 18 to 24 inches high
Curly willow cuttings
Chocolate mint
African violets ( house plants)
Heirloom tomatoes
Shasta Daisy, Alaska
ajuga if anyone wants some
lamiastrum, silver/green with bright yellow flowers, if requested
mums, the bushel basket type
malva sylvestrus, purple flowered. I think it is Mauratania
other things on my swap list if requested or as special trades

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Larry Kahn(7b)

Oops, I meant to say ostrich fern.

Larry

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firstkim

Remarkable. It appears that I'm looking for a plant I already have. Well, there are plenty to go around for all who have asked, even if I keep a couple for myself.

Thanks, Larry and Mea for the ID on the mystery fern.

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shady_lady(zone 7 - MD)

I also found on Friday I have extras of:

What I believe to be euonymous 'Wintercreep' - it was here when I bought the place, and it's my best guess.

Spiderwort 'Osprey', which has a pretty white bloom with striking blue stamens.

A black-eyed Susan variety which I've now forgotten, and my stupid metal tags all faded. It's uhm.. Rudbeckia anonymous. Whatever variety it is, it is tolerant of a good bit of shade, volunteers freely and attracts a beautiful yellow finch I'm afraid I don't know the name of either.

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tabassam

I have:

cherry bells campanula
creeping jenny
groundcover type of sedum
variegated ribbon grass
lamb's ear
husker's red
phlaris variegated
Jacob Kline monarda
mazus reptans
bog salvia (light blue flowers)
At this point, I'm not sure what will be germinating from my winter sowing and what I will be able to divide. I'll try to update my list as soon as it warms up. Please check my member page. Thanks, Tabby

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watergal(z6/7 Westminster, MD)

shady lady, please email me at SJohnson13 AT aol DOT com. I'm interested in your spiderwort 'osprey'; see my trade list for anything you might like.

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jenfee

Hi all,

This year is my first real garden, so I don't have much to bring, but one thing I do have is tons of is english ivy (hedera helix). I can pretty much bring as many cuttings as someone wants. If you email me (jenfee AT gmail DOT com) in the next couple of days I can throw some in soil with rooting horomone. They'll probably have some nice roots by the time of the swap. If you want to groundcover an area, here's your big chance.

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beagler1776(z6MD)

Hi all,
I'm eager as ever to get out to swap plants and stories with all you MAG friends! Due to baby & 3 yo, I will not be bringing too many plants unless they're requested early... I do plan on bringing assorted garden stuff/tools, including old organic gardening mags, a poster of sunflowers, and small pots ~ for anyone to take, first come first serve. I'll have them in my big truck and walk 'round w/the baby & jogging stroller to talk n trade.

tall native magenta phlox
"Franz Shubert" (???) tall phlox
"Bright Eyes" tall phlox (limited)
tall purple asters
unknown (passed along last winter) hardy mums
Rudbeckia Guldsturm
Echinachea (old purple)
Shasta Daisy "Becky"
Monarda "Jacob Cline" (red)
bearded iris - purple, pale blue, white & yellow (limited)
peony bomb type white & pink (limited, fall only)
ornamental miscanthus grass "gracillimus" ??? green 5+
" " "morning light"
Feather reed grass "Avalanche" 3'+ coarser variegated
Nepeta "walkers low"
moss phlox (pale blue?)
lambs ear
lamium (either pink "Beacon Silver" or "white Nancy"- they've mixed!)
lamiastrum (more "vigorous"/invasive, w/yellow flowers)
ajuga
sweet woodruff
euonomus wintercreeper fortunei
bunny or horse manure compost in feed bags
"annual vinca vine" used in hanging baskets/pots/window boxes
virginia creeper

Cya soon,
Leslie
Beagler1776**AT**aol**DOT**com

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DawnStorm(7/MD)

Christy, how tall is the juniper? I'm looking for a low growing variety. (e-mail: DawnPalkaATverizonDOTnet)
I'm not sure of my HAVE list yet, but I know it'll include canna rhyzomes.

I should know more by next week.

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cynthia_gw

A reminder to check the 'Food' list and add your contribution there. It's only two more weeks until the swap! Our hostess is providing a beautiful location....we need to provide everything else :-)

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mauross(z7 Baltimore MD)

I have the following available:

Epimedium rubrum
Obedient plant (pink, lots)
Vinca
Lamiastrum (lots, "vigorous" but easy to pull up)
Monarda 'Marshalls Delight'
Euphorbia var. robbiae (Robb's spurge, travels some)
Ajuga 'Burgundy Glow'
Dwarf aruncus (limited)
Lysimachia clethroides (lots)
Stachys lanata
Penstemon 'Huskers Red' (lots)
Daylily unknown (peach/pink/yellow)
Some Siberian iris blue and white
Ceratostigma plumbaginoides (false plumbago)

Wants: (sorry)
Corydalis
Forget me not
Dicentra eximia

Shade plants esp. Adiantum (maidenhair fern, Helleborus orientalis, tiarella,
Basil and cilantro

Thanks!

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giverny(z7 Maryland)

Mauross - Please email me:
mea DOT zick AT arbitron DOT com
Thanks!
Mea/Giverny

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kilngod z6b(Zone 6b)

I have these for the swap:

Bleading heart divisions, a few
Christmas, Thanksgiving & Easter Cactus cuttings, "Kris Kringle" (red), unnamed Purple w/white throat, unnamed Red w/white throat, unnamed Orange/Peach w/white throat...many
Jade, small rooted (5-10"), several
Hens & chicks, several
Horsetail rush (invasive - keep in a large pot), a few
Lamium maculatum 'Beacon Silver', many
Mahonia babies/seedlings, many
Valerian, regular (1)
Valerian, has red in the leaf/stem (1)
Violets/wild pansy, many
Wormwood, absinthe (1)

My wintersowed things are still either not up, or are very very small seedlings still. These are listed on my member trade list, but if any shoot up quick, I'll add them here.

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Beth1423(z7 MD)

My last swap was spring 2005! Hubby tried to get me to go on another outing at his sisters (same reason I've missed the past 3 swaps.) I put my foot down insisted I must swap this spring!

Here's my "haves:"

anthemis kelwayi - golden marguerite
aquilegia canadesis - wild columbine (colors unknown, but light purple to burgundy possible)
callirhoe involucrata - poppy mallow
campanula "cherry belle" - bellflower
centhranthus ruber - jupiter's beard
dendrathema - salmon colored flowers
dicentra spectabilis - common bleeding heart
festuca glauca - blue fescue
galium odoratum - sweet woodruff
lavandula angustifolia (I think) - lavender
lunaria annua - money plant
lysimachia puncata - yellow loosestrife
monarda - lavendar and white
various sedums

herbs:
tarragon
oregano

mother's helpers or playmates during swap:
12 year old girl
9 year old girl

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christy2828(8a)

I also have a small full bottle of Phyton 27 if anyone wants it :) Christy

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firstkim

Now that I've finally been able to go out and take a good look, I can add a couple more to my list:

Shasta daisy - 'Becky'
mazus reptans
hardy mums - pot luck on color and variety (they were 50 cent end-of-season rescues that rewarded me generously for giving them homes)

(Since I love the mazus but can never connect the plant with the name, I'm including a link to a pic of it, in case anyone else had my brand of old-timers disease.)

Here is a link that might be useful: Creeping Mazus

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madeleinef(z7 MD)

I have the following additional plants:
Jerusalem artichoke
autumn clematis

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annebert(6b/7a MD)

Not as much as last year - I wintered sowed a lot and everything is late this year.

Daylilies - pale yellow with maroon edge
Iris - pale purple as I recall
Dicliptera suberecta
Tiger lily
Scented geraniums, including lemon, rose and chocolate
Tecomaris capensis
Salvia patens
Salvia farinacea
Pelargonium 'Platinum'
Pelargonium "Horizon Quicksilver'
Pelargonium 'Pinto Picotee Violet'
One pink brugmansia
probably some heirloom tomatoes - Cherokee Green, Black Cherry

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christy2828(8a)

Kilngod - I sent you an email, about your Hens & Chicks, did you get it? I know GW doesn't always go through :) Email me at mayo1315 "at" verizon "dot" net. Thanks!! Christy

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DawnStorm(7/MD)

HAVE list as of 4/24/07:
Jade (houseplants)
Bee Balm--white
Liriope
Yucca (only 1 but I can dig up another upon request)
Miscanthus (only 1 clump)
Canna rhyzomes (light red)
Keria

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zebz(7-8)

I have a question.
What happens to all of the plant that nobody wants after the swap?

Okay, two questions.

Do people have to take their offerings back home with them if no one else wanted them?

Maybe three.

How large are the plants that most people trade? I don't want to be skimpy in what I offer, but I do want to be able to share with many the limited amount of plants that I have.

No more questions -- for now.

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spanaval

I don't know how often it happens that no one wants a plant. Usually, there are enough newbies around that are happy to take just about any plant off someone's hand. However, we do have rules to deal with such contingencies. If, after lunch, you look at a plant someone still has, you have to take one. If you ask about it, you have to take two. Also, be careful about leaving the trunk/door of your car open; some people aren't beyond sneaking a plant or two in there while you aren't looking.

As for the size of plants, I've received anything from itty-bitty seedlings to ginormous shrubs. It's hard to mandate size, because some plants (like Iris) can be given out in huge clumps, while a pickier, slower growing perennial or small plant may only make tiny divisions.

The way I see it, I don't give out plants if I don't feel that they'll grow for me. The smallest are generally in Bluestone perennial size containers, and my largest are generally in gallon pots. I also have a tendency to compensate for smaller plants by giving more of them.

Suja

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annebert(6b/7a MD)

Oops, I have more:
Abutilon 'Souvenir de Bonn'
Heucheras I think it's called tapestry mix or something like that. Anyway, they have chartreuse leaves

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kimka

Looks like I'll have some Utah tall celery seedlings for the swap. Anybody interested?

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karyn1(7a)

I still have no idea what plants I'll be bringing. There will be some tomato seedlings for sure. Probably some brug cuttings. I'll also have market packs of annuals and some 4" potted plants. I'll also probably have some seedlings from what I winter sowed that didn't make it into the garden. I'll also have nursery pots and trays. A couple people emailed me with specific requests but the only one I remember was Nate's voodoo lily. If you emailed me about a particular plant can you send me a reminder?
Karyn

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sfmiller(z7 MD)

I posted a list upthread but have added a few things (marked with **) and deleted stuff that's spoken for. All are seedlings or garden volunteers unless otherwise specified.

Alyssum saxatile
**Astilbe, small divisions of unknown varieties, in the pink to rose-red color range
Boltonia (given to me as 'Snowbank,' but I don't think it is), divisions (have LOTS)
Coleus 'Inky Fingers,' from cuttings
Chasmanthium latifolium (Northern sea oats)
**Garlic chives
Plectranthus amboinicus (Cuban oregano), variegated, from cuttings
Salvia elegans
Salvia reptans (upright form)

Brugmansia (from cuttings)
'Charles Grimaldi'

**'New Dawn' rose, from cuttings

Anything on my wants list (link below) would be welcome. Or an oakleaf hydrangea or clethra to replace winter casualties. Or sweet autumn clematis to hide an ugly patch of neighbor's fence.

Steven

Here is a link that might be useful: my GW trade list

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zebz(7-8)

Suja said: If, after lunch, you look at a plant someone still has, you have to take one. If you ask about it, you have to take two. Also, be careful about leaving the trunk/door of your car open; some people aren't beyond sneaking a plant or two in there while you aren't looking.

Now you have me really frightened. ;)

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cfmuehling(7b DC/MD burbs)

I'm finally getting to see what I might have to share.
This will grow as we get closer. Things seem to have sprung into bloom!

Generic light green hosta, medium sized 'vase' shaped
Generic green and white hosta, medium sized 'vase' shaped
Dicentra 'Alba'
Monarda 'Mahogany'
Monarda (something named and magenta, but the name escapes me)
Heuchera 'Purple Palace' (several)
Tiarella 'Running Tapestry' (Dug upon demand)
and I'm bring Beagler ditch lilies.

Yeah!
Christine

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Beth1423(z7 MD)

I too have an update after 4 days of working in the garden!

Centranthus ruber is all spoken for - sorry

achillea - pink pastel
centaurea montana - mountain bluet
convallaria - lilly of the valley
coreopsis verticallata - threadleaf coreopsis
dendranthema - 'Clara Curtis'
polygonatum (biflorum?) - plain solomon's seal
stachys byzantina - lambs ears

Did I mention that I have some wild columbine? TONS!!!

Beth

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spanaval

Beth, I'll take all the wild columbine you can spare, and Callirhoe if you still have some. I have acres of woodlands to repopulate. I tried sending you an email; I guess it didn't make it. Please email me at spanaval at yahoo dot com.

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wishdesign(z7 MD)

I'm really looking forward to attending the swap again this year! Things are still popping up, but here's what I have for sure right now:

Forsythia
Corkscrew Vine (vigna caracalla) seedlings
Passiflora Incarnata seedlings
Lily of the Valley
Bee Balm (unknown color)
Creeping Thyme
Orange ditch lilies
Black-eyed Susan vine (thunbergia alata) seedlings
Jacob's Ladder (budding now and looks to be mostly white with a few purple)
Ozark Sundrops (oenothera macrocarpa)
Thornless raspberries
Variegated Vinca Major
Mint: peppermint, spearmint
Night Blooming Jasmine (small rooted cuttings)
Luffa (angled and smooth)
Bittermelon
Cucumber "Diva"
Aunt Molly's Ground Cherry
Miltomato "Vallisto"
Ping Tung eggplant
Tromboncino squash
Orangeglo watermelon

Tomatoes (all small seedlings, only one or two of each):
Cherokee Purple
Opalka
Kellogg's Breakfast
Brandy Boy
Ernesto
Rinaldo
Ernie's Plump
Kimberly
Black Plum
Kalman's Hungarian Pink

Figs (rooted cuttings, one of each):
Panachee
Brown Turkey
May also have Alma and Celeste, if they start showing roots soon

I'll probably bring some extra wintersown seedlings as well (zinnias, dahlias, cosmos, agastasche, impatiens, marigolds, etc.).

--Jean

    Bookmark   April 26, 2007 at 12:51AM
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collectordi(z7VA)

Jean, I'd love a corkscrew vine. Please email me at dkilcullen at cox dot net and we can see what I could bring you.
Diana

    Bookmark   April 26, 2007 at 2:36AM
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leslies(z7 No VA)

Here's my HAVE list:

campanula trachelium

clematis maximowicziana (or whatever they're calling sweet autumn vine these days)

Ispahan - damask rose. Once bloomer, vigorous, healthy, fabulously fragrant, finished by the time the JBs arrive. Big rooted plants

seedlings: I pot the seedlings up with several plants in a pot, easy to separate.

annual sunflowers for cutting (shorter, branched plants):
Moulin Rouge
Valentine

annual sunflowers for treating with caution (very large):
Mammoth
Lemon Queen

zinnias
Pompon
Pinwheel
Pulcino

marigold 'Lemon Gem'

"strawberry" foxglove That's what the commercial seed package says, but I don't know whether they're just pink d. purpurea or d. mertonensis

digitalis alba

digitalis purpurea 'Glittering Prizes'

broom corn

centranthus ruber

cheiranthus allionii (charming orange annual wallflower)

corydalis sempervirens

'Amish Paste' tomatoes

nemesia 'KLM' and 'Mello' (blue and white and red and white)

lychnis flos jovis - not the same as l. coronaria but clearly related.

sage - for eating

    Bookmark   April 26, 2007 at 2:22PM
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kilngod z6b(Zone 6b)

Additional haves:

Hardy ice plant
Monarda (red/wine color)
Iris (unk color/s)

    Bookmark   April 27, 2007 at 6:35PM
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kilngod z6b(Zone 6b)

Additional haves:

Hardy ice plant
Monarda (red/wine color)
Iris (unk color/s)

    Bookmark   April 27, 2007 at 6:36PM
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kilngod z6b(Zone 6b)

Gardenweb is way glitchy today.

Forgive the duplicates.

    Bookmark   April 27, 2007 at 6:39PM
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gardnwatch

A few added "haves" for anyone that wants them.

Star of Bethlehem bulbs in bloom - Ornithogalum unbellatum
Rose Campion- Lychnis coronaria
Hosta- all green
Phlox- Tall pink (maturity 3ft) starter plants

Seeds from 2006 Artichoke.. ornamental I think
Milkweed
Black hollyhock

    Bookmark   April 28, 2007 at 10:58AM
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watergal(z6/7 Westminster, MD)

Anyone interested in pond plants besides foodeefish? They are kind of a pain to pack and bring unless I know someone will be interested in them. (Don't worry, foodeefish, I'll bring yours!)

How 'bout houseplants? I have some extra tropical foliage plants I really don't have room for.

    Bookmark   April 28, 2007 at 11:54PM
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watergal(z6/7 Westminster, MD)

One more addition to my have list:

Castor bean seedlings

WARNING: When they will set seeds, the seeds are highly poisonous to pets and kids (and adults too). The foliage is also somewhat poisonous. Poisonous only if you eat them, not to the touch.

My dog has developed a taste for grazing on the foliage, so I have decided not to plant these. Anyone want them? They get quite tall very fast, good for a tropicalismo bed.

    Bookmark   April 29, 2007 at 8:26AM
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busyasabee(7MD)

As of today (4/29/07), here's what I will be bringing:
achillea (pink, white)
phlox
foxgloves
columbines

    Bookmark   April 29, 2007 at 10:45AM
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foodeefish(z8SC)

I have a kidney shape plastic pond liner- It's approximately 2.2' X 4.5'.

I am willing to trade for vegetale plants- tomatoes, Peppers, Eggplant, any veggies.

    Bookmark   April 29, 2007 at 9:46PM
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bunlover

As a "seasoned" newbie having attended the last 2 swaps, I still am not up to speed with the proper latin names of most plants. I have the following to trade:

Varigated leaf Liriope
Iris-medium purple

Also noticed an interest in bunny manure--we use in our organic vegetable garden, so I have a limited amount I could bring.

    Bookmark   April 29, 2007 at 11:29PM
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kimka

Hey Bunlover, send me an email. I have at least one of your wants.

KimKa
Kim.Kaplan"at"ARS.USDA.GOV

    Bookmark   April 30, 2007 at 8:38AM
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cecilia_md7a(7a/Baltimore,MD)

Here's an update:

My tomato seedling crop has been really poor this year for some reason. I will have several, though. I will also have a few sweet peppers, and some roses:

- A huge "Banshee" - pink, fragrant, once-bloomer. Henrietta, do you want it for your rose hedge?

- A smaller "Banshee"

- a "Shailer's Provence"

- a couple of very small plants of the noisette Crepuscle - note that if you live in Zone 6 it probably will be too cold for it

I will also have assorted seeds and gardening magazines, and some unidentified iris and maybe some other things I dug up for the fall swap that I missed.

Janet M. might have some plants for me to bring along, as she can't make it to the swap.

    Bookmark   April 30, 2007 at 9:39AM
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lynneinmd

I think my mystery shrub is a spirea. It grows to about waist height (but I think it should have been cut back severely in the fall) and has tiny pink flowers that don't last very long. I have three or four bushes of it that really need a new home. If you want the largest bush in all it's glory, let me know, otherwise, I'm going to cut them all back, divide them and plop them in pots (I'll leave a branch or two for identification, though). I really hope someone wants this - they're nice bushes but in the wrong place in the yard and we just don't like them.

Lynne zachsmom at iname dot com

    Bookmark   April 30, 2007 at 10:19AM
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leslies(z7 No VA)

beagler1776 - did you get my email?

    Bookmark   April 30, 2007 at 10:21AM
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cfmuehling(7b DC/MD burbs)

Adding to my haves:
Ornamental Grass "Dwarf Hamlin"
Creeping Jenny (coming out my ears; thanks all!)
Monarda "Raspberry Wine" (aggressive reseeder)
Monarda "Mahogany" (slow grower, I have less)
Monarda "Jacob Klein" (LynnT...?)
Plume Poppy (aggressive reseeder, but lacey yellow flowers)
Helianthus (AGGRESSIVE reseeder, but electric yellow)
In Vlad's honor, if someone's looking for really nice strawberry plants? Let me know. Not only do I have some to share, but I'm heading down to help Erick pot up for the swap.

I'm going to have a bunch of this stuff, so don't worry about me running out. I'm willing to travel later to share.

Christine

    Bookmark   April 30, 2007 at 12:29PM
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tvalenti(7a)

Hi,

I have lots more things growing then I thought. Here is my updated list.

Azalea - large white (only ones the result of layering can be brought to swap)
Barberry
Catmint
ornamental grass - zebra grass
Nandina domestica - Heavenly Bamboo (too big to bring to swap)
Achillea (not sure of color)
Varigated vinca vine
Evergreen vinca
Monarda (dark pink)
Liriope
Zebra Grass
Hosta (unknown what type)
Tomato seedlings (cherry type mixed - yellow pear, jelly bean, gardeners delight)
Wild Red Raspberries
Winter sown - white butterfly bush (very very small)

    Bookmark   April 30, 2007 at 2:48PM
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zebz(7-8)

I have four small clumps of St. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum).

habitatzee aT yahoo dot com

    Bookmark   April 30, 2007 at 3:45PM
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lynnt(Z7 MD)

I apologize for not posting sooner -- I am studying for a certification exam next Wednesday, and don't know how much time I will have to dig. Check my GW wants list if there is anything you GOTTA have now; I will be happy to have visitors in June for shovel tours (after the next two exams are done, and when the iris will be better divided).

For now I have:
Monarda Blackberry Wine
solid-green hosta plantagenaria (fragrant blooms)
hellebore orientalis seedlings
giant burnet (related to salad burnet -- ornamental bronze mound for part-shade)
hellebore foetidissima
seedling viburnum serrata (nice shrub)

if someone wants, I can bring
iris tectorum (japanese roof iris, blue or white)
marsh marigold
tovara virginica "painter's palette"
solidago Fireworks
large miscellaneous seedling-origin phlox (probably magenta)

LynnT

    Bookmark   April 30, 2007 at 7:19PM
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lynnt(Z7 MD)

Now I learn that I will need to be at a lab Saturday morning -- if there is anything people really need from my list, I will try to get them to Christine's house on Thursday evening or Friday. Sorry, gang!

Lynn

    Bookmark   April 30, 2007 at 10:03PM
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alisonmd(z7 MD)

Sorry to be so late. I have
 Perennial ageratum, Eupatorium coelestinum
 Saxifraga stolonifera (Mother-of-Thousands, Strawberry Geranium)
 jerusalem artichokes
 Mountain mint, Pycnanthemum virginianum
 Marsh marigold
 Basil seedlings (Genovese and Thai)
 Tomato seedlings (Mortgage Lifter and Campari)
 Pepper seedlings (Pusa Jwala)
 Lavender seedlings (Lavandula augustifolia, hidicote and stoechas)
 Purple cone flower, Echinacea
 Forget me not
 Monarda, lavender
 Ozark sundrops (Oenothera macrocarpa)
 Evening primrose (Oenothera biennis)
 Blackberry lilies
 Heliopsis Helianthoides
 Lamium maculatum, (yellow flowers)
 3X arborvitae, green giant
 Golden Groundsel, Packera obovata

Interested in:
hardy geraniums, hostas, woodland natives

Alison

    Bookmark   April 30, 2007 at 10:48PM
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christy2828(8a)

Gardenwatch, I'd love to trade for your milkweed! I sent you an email through GW, but I know they don't always go through.

To add to my 'have's' list:

2 Heuchera 'Purple Palace' (I think)

mayo1315 "at" verizon "dot" net

Thanks! Christy

    Bookmark   May 1, 2007 at 11:19AM
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zebz(7-8)

Will also bring a few seedling clumps of Spotted Jewelweed (Impatiens capensis).

zee

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DawnStorm(7/MD)

WaterGal, I'll take those castor bean seedlings. I can plant them in my front yard where my pets are not allowed. Their domain is the grassless backyard. ;)
You can e-mail me: DawnPalkaATverizonDOTnet

    Bookmark   May 1, 2007 at 5:13PM
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christy2828(8a)

zebz, I'd love a clump of jewelweed! Check my trade list, if there is anything you want :) Christy

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cfmuehling(7b DC/MD burbs)

I'm also interested in jewelweed.
I wrote to WaterGal about the castor beans, but again, I don't think it went through, either.

This is frustrating, isn't it? Perhaps we should arrange a separate thread that says: HAVE: a trade with ....

Christine

    Bookmark   May 2, 2007 at 1:12PM
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spanaval

Can you set up a Google or Yahoo! email and get around EarthStink and their blocking? That might be the easiest way to get around this.

Also, I seem to have trades setup with about half the people here (you should see my spreadsheet; it's ridiculous!). So, if you want to use me as your proxy, I'll be happy to help in any way I can.

Suja

    Bookmark   May 2, 2007 at 1:29PM
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cecilia_md7a(7a/Baltimore,MD)

Janet M. dropped off a bunch of alliums for me to take to the swap - she's not sure what variety they are, but the leaves are about a foot tall and the flowers are about the same color as chives flowers.

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zebz(7-8)

Christine, I'll bring some jewelweed for you. Haven't yet figured out what I might want from your list. Are you still adding to it?

zee

    Bookmark   May 2, 2007 at 3:23PM
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leslies(z7 No VA)

I found several geranium macrorhizums (I am pretty sure these are 'Ingwersen's Variety') and will bring to swap.

    Bookmark   May 2, 2007 at 3:57PM
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zebz(7-8)

I have a tulip poplar(Liriodendron tulipifera)that has to find a new home. It is currently ~ 3 feet tall. Supposedly it doesn't transplant well, probably because not enough of the taproot can be dug out, and it really shouldn't be planted too close to structures.

If anyone wants this, I'll try to dig it up versus just chopping it.

    Bookmark   May 2, 2007 at 4:11PM
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kilngod z6b(Zone 6b)

Additional Haves (seedlings from wintersowing/volunteers):

Dianthus "black magic"
love lies bleeding
Mini Sunflowers (granddaughters of Incredible, parents 1ft tall)
Bleeding Heart
Zinnia, dwarf pompom mix
Zinnia, "green envy"
Snow-in-summer

    Bookmark   May 3, 2007 at 8:42AM
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cfmuehling(7b DC/MD burbs)

Wish Design,
May I have some of your Corkscrew vine?

Zee, I'd take your Tulip Poplar off your hands. :) I'm adding a bit below (3rd time) but if you have a wish list, let me know. There's a chance....

Lynn, if you're still getting rid of your Spirea, I'll come dig it later. We also discussed a fork at Susan's, but got carried away chatting at your truck. If you still have it as an extra, I'd love it.

Kilngod, I'd love some Dianthus 'black magic' and Zinnia 'green envy' if you have any left.

I've written to everyone about these, but don't think any mail has made it through the frontier.

I am adding to my list:
Solid lime green, upright hosta
Green and yellow mounding, medium hosta
Ditch lilies
a TON of Heuchera 'Purple Palace'
and a bunch of either Red 'Fairy wings' columbine or
blue 'Beidermeier' columbine. They're seedlings, so your guess is as good as mine.

Goodness.
I'm glad I started potting ahead!
Christine

    Bookmark   May 3, 2007 at 11:00AM
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zebz(7-8)

Christine,

I'll bring the tulip poplar for you, but can't promise anything about it's continued lifespan after I dig it up. I don't have a large enough pot, so it will be wrapped in wet newspaper and a plastic bag.

Regarding the jewelweed for you and Christy, it will most likely be greatly wilted once it is dug up. However, I sent some to Pennsylvania with my sister once and when she planted it, it perked up -- then the deer ate it.

zee

    Bookmark   May 3, 2007 at 11:30AM
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zebz(7-8)

Christine,

I forgot to say that I'd like some of your Monarda "Mahogany"

zee

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kaffeina(MD/7)

i'm out of the brunnera but should be ok for the rest:

Lily of the valley
Sweet woodruff
Variegated solomonÂs seal
Hosta
Rooted pussy willow cuttings
Black eyed susan
Pink/yellow coreopsis
Helianthus
Deep purple Siberian iris
Pink primrose
Cherry bells campanula
Forget me nots
Adenaphora
Bridal veil mullein
Violet mullein
Pink obedient plant
Caryoptsis
Red crepe myrtle
Brunnera
Clematis vine
Hosta
Sedum autumn joy
Blue spruce
Spring blooming white daisy
Shasta daisy (I think itÂs becky)
Dock plant
Mint
Feverfew
Wall flower
Bunny ears grass
Baptisia

    Bookmark   May 3, 2007 at 1:57PM
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leslies(z7 No VA)

zebz, my neighbor gave me a liriodendron in the fall of 2005 and I moved it last fall when it was already 5' tall to its permanent home. It didn't miss a beat either time (and I wasn't gentle last year (in the cold, in the dark and in the rain). A spring move will probably be harder, but I'll bet it will be OK.

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spanaval

I have a bunch of Tulip Poplar, so if this one doesn't work out, Christine is more than welcome to come on over and dig up as many as she'd like.

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cfmuehling(7b DC/MD burbs)

Suja,
Would you buy a house closer in?
To me?
It would be fun... I promise.

C.

Kaffiena,
Tell me about your blue spruce? I'm interested.

Thanks!
C.

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lynneinmd

Christine, if Zee's tulip poplar doesn't make it (and Suja decides to stay where she is instead of moving closer in), there is a source in Bowie as well. I got one last fall that did well after transplant but didn't make it through the winter. The person I got them from has many more seedlings/saplings, and I'm sure we could go get one if we ask.

You can come dig my spirea (and some hosta) whenever you like. There is a big spirea that has your name on it now. (Sigh of relief!) I'll bring some parts of smaller ones to the swap though, in case anyone else wants some. And I'll try to remember the fork, but if I forget it you can have it when you come get the spirea..oh, wait, maybe I should hold the fork hostage, and you can use it to dig up the spirea.. =)

Lynne

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spanaval

Christine, I'm not sure either of us can afford to live any closer to each other than we already do. Can you imagine the amount of trouble we'll get into? I'm not sure the wallet (or the marriage) would survive it.

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tabassam

Christine, would you like to trade dicentra alba for hosta elvis lives?
Tabby

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kaffeina(MD/7)

i forgot to say blue spruce SEDUM sorry folks

btw the crepe myrtle is spoken for now

isn't it fun packaging your plants and getting them ready for a new home? ("you my dear are going to live at gardengrammas house" )

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kaffeina(MD/7)

zeb

i'd love a Spotted Jewelweed seedling

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zebz(7-8)

Kaffeina,

I'll bring some jewelweed for you. Haven't yet figured out what I might want from your list, so I'll take my chances tomorrow.

To everyone: I'll be turning off my computer now and won't be back online before the swap. If anyone else requests something, I'll not see it. Sorry. See y'all tomorrow.

zee

    Bookmark   May 4, 2007 at 5:27PM
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christy2828(8a)

I still have 4 now rooted and in an Oyama Planter 'Vince's Choice' African Violet:

and 1 now rooted and potted in an Oyama Planter 'Deadly Sting':

I'm putting promised plants in bags right now, so if you're interested in any of these, please let me know, I'll stick it in a bag with your name on it. Otherwise, I'll have them tomorrow. See ya there!! Christy

Also, I still have a small bottle of Phyton 27, if anyone wants it, otherwise, I'll have it tomorrow. :)

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christy2828(8a)

Oh, and email me at mayo1315 "at" verizon "dot" net, not sure if the other is working :) Christy

    Bookmark   May 4, 2007 at 7:32PM
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