have: have: 2010 spring mag swap haves list

avoirgold(z7 MD)March 18, 2010

2010 Spring MAG Swap: Plants you Have List

Saturday May 8, 2010 from 10am to 1pm

at GardengrammaÂs Gorgeous Encampment

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,

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leslies(z7 No VA)

Thanks for getting the ball rolling, avoirgold!

For this year's spring swap, I will have the following to trade:

Salvia uliginosa - rooted offsets (6 or 8)

Deutzia gracilis 'Nikko' - rooted offsets, very small (5)

Viburnum of an unknown species, likely either carlesii or juddii. The mother plant is quite large. Rooted offsets (2). I will try to get a real identification before the swap.

Assuming the winter didn't kill them all, salvia guaranitica 'Black and Blue' - rooted offsets (6).

Salix something-or-other 'Hakuro Nishiki' - rooted cuttings (7). These probably need to stay in a pot and be watered regularly until autumn.

If they root, rose scented geraniums - (10)

    Bookmark   March 18, 2010 at 2:32PM
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chrismd(7)

Very, very tiny hellebore seedlings. They probably need to be treated like a house plant for the summer and then planted out with protection in October.

    Bookmark   March 20, 2010 at 5:26PM
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alfie_md6

I will certainly bring:

Aloe vera
Black currants (5 or 6, varieties Minaj Smyriou and Hilltop Baldwin)
Dianthus 'Agatha' (1)
Iberis 'Purity'(3 or 4)
Yarrow 'Snowsport' (3 or 4)

I will bring, on request:

Echinops ritro seedlings
Walking onions (from Vlad)
Garlic chives
Geranium macrorrhizum 'Bevan's Variety'
Hay-scented ferns (from Vlad)
Rosa virginiana suckers

    Bookmark   March 21, 2010 at 10:05AM
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kimka

Right now I know I will have

Blue monkshood (about 7 new divisions, if you got closed out last year when I ran out, let me know in your email)
Celandine (wood) poppy
Obedient plant (warning can be invasive)
Lemon balm (is invasive, good as a pot plant)
Ditch lilies

From this year's winter sowing
Blue thimble plant
Apricot daisy calendula

More to come as the spring warms

KimKa (best to email me at my work email Kim.Kaplan@ars.usda.gov

    Bookmark   March 21, 2010 at 3:22PM
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cecilia_md7a(7a/Baltimore,MD)

So far, I will have gardening magazines to give away (the good Professor gets first dibs on Fine Gardening), and two CDs my brother gave me - "A World of Plants" and "Herbal Guide." If all goes well, I will also have lots of tomato seedlings, which I hope some of you will grow and take to MAGTAG 2010, our tomato tasting festival in August.

I downsized my garden last year, but bulbs like daffodils, grape hyacinths, and wood hyacinths keep popping up.

Henrietta, are you still looking for rambling roses? Because I have one called Fiddletown Pink that I plan to dig up - I simply don't have the room for once-bloomers.

    Bookmark   March 21, 2010 at 4:35PM
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tvalenti(7a)

Hi,

Here is what I think I have so far. I would really like to do pre-arranged trades for things on my want list.

Tomatoes:
orange banana
viva italia
green zebra
red zebra
Isis candy
red pear
yellow pear
costuluto genovese
Mexico midget
matts wild cherry
brown berry
black krim
pineapple
orange strawberry

allium - hair
allium - looks like liliaceae
aloe
catmint
lemon thyme
agave
archillia - white
Shasta daisy
zebra grass
coreopsis - yellow
agastache blue fortune
hollyhocks - mixed color winter sown
varigated vinca vine
Jerusalem artichoke
baby gladiolas

    Bookmark   March 21, 2010 at 9:03PM
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cecilia_md7a(7a/Baltimore,MD)

Forgot to mention - I have a nice fan-shaped metal trellis to give away, if I can fit it into my car :)

Also, my usual assortment of free extra seeds.

    Bookmark   March 22, 2010 at 9:53AM
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Larry Kahn(7b)

Does anyone want amaryllis bulbs? Some of these may be large enough to flower next year, others are still pretty small. Colors are a crapshoot, although I know a lot of these would either be a solid red, or red-orange.

Larry

    Bookmark   March 22, 2010 at 11:00AM
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avoirgold(z7 MD)

Hey there,

Due to arthritis, I will only dig what is requested. Here are the things I think I will have:

Azaleas (pink kinda darker almost fuschia)
Buddleia (regular)
Creeping Jenny
Daylilies (Sammy Russel, Stella DÂOra, Happy Returns, Ditch, Name Unknown Peach)
English Ivy
Giant Hyssop
Gold Creeping Jenny
Lipstick (?) Strawberry
Maximillian Sunflower
Mint
Nepeta WalkerÂs Low
Peach Tall Bearded Iris
Scabiosa Blue Button
Sedum Acre
Shasta Daisy Alaska
Shasta Daisy Becky
Sundrops (OENOTHERA Tetragona)
Thornless Blackberry
Variegated Vinca Major
Vinca Major
Vinca Minor
Yarrow Various Colors mostly white and pink
Yellow Evening Primrose (OenotheraÂTall, aggressive)
Yellow Fern-leaf Tansy
Perennial Culinary Sage
Campanula Punctata
Perennial Culinary Oregano
Hosta Sagae
Special Limited Trades (Have these available for Highbush Blueberries, Pussytoes, Forest Pansy Redbud or unusual/rare irises/hostas/daylilies/other plants):
Penstemon Husker Red
Hostas
--Blue Angel
--Francee
Crimson Scabiosa
Daylilies (limited 1 or 2 fans each)
--Raspberry Pixie (1 fan)
--Jean Swan or Snow Blizzard, not sure which
--Pandora's Box
--Catherine Woodbury

As things come up, I might have more to post.

Jen

    Bookmark   March 23, 2010 at 10:30AM
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kmpsmom

I've got so far:

Fall aster - periwinkle blue - NOID (5-6)
Blue Spruce Sedum (4)
Hardy Geranium - pale pink flowers - NOID (3)
Shasta Daisy - NOID (2)
Green and White Hosta - NOID (4)

Hope to have:

Carolina Allspice cutting rooted
Hydrangea cuttings rooted
Mint cuttings rooted

    Bookmark   March 23, 2010 at 1:31PM
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kmpsmom

Also to add to my list:

Lemon Balm - lots

    Bookmark   March 23, 2010 at 1:41PM
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chrismd(7)

Seedling hyacinth been (Dolichos lablab)
Seedling okra
Cuttings of blue spruce sedum (stick it in the ground and it grows)
Tansy (this seeds around like crazy, but if you are into herbs you might want it)

    Bookmark   March 23, 2010 at 3:15PM
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Larry Kahn(7b)

Probably will have more later on:

USUALLY HAVE LOTS OF THESE:

Bee Balm (Monarda) - red and purple
Sedums (Weinhenstephaner Gold, Angelina, yellow flowering stonecrop)
Yellow Evening Primrose (Oenothera biennis)
Tall perennial verbena (Verbena bonariensis)
Obedient plant (Physostegia virginiana)
Spiderwort (Tradescantia), mostly blues/purples
Shasta Daisy (Chrysanthemum maximum)
Perennial Bronze Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare 'Purpurescens')

THESE MIGHT BE LIMITED:

Perennial ageratum (Eupatorium coelestinum)
Euphorbia robbiae (nice evergreen, but spreads like a mother)
Blue lyme grass (Elymus arenarius); another mother-spreader
Pink malva moschata
Siberian Iris (Iris siberica), various purples and blues
Little bluestem grass (Schizachyrium scoparium)
Porcupine grass (Miscanthus strictus)
Mexican feather grass (Stipa tennuifolia)
Cardinal flower (lobelia cardinalis)
Blue lobelia (lobelia siphilitica)
Rose Campion (Lychnis coronaria)
Red Stripe Canna Lily
Willow leaf helianthus (tall, as in 10-12 feet)
Purple ice plant (Delosperma cooperi)
Spiny Bear's Breeches (Acanthus spinosus)
Purple Germander (Teucrium canadense)
Golden Hakone Grass (Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola')
Tall Ironweed (Vernonia altissima), 10-15 feet

Larry

madsquopper AT hotmail DOT com

    Bookmark   March 24, 2010 at 2:15PM
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Larry Kahn(7b)

I also have plenty of cup plant Silphium perfoliatum but probably so does everyone else. I can't get mine to quit expanding and seeding itself in random places.

Larry

    Bookmark   March 24, 2010 at 5:16PM
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shadysite(8)

I have these:
Shasta Daisy (Chrysanthemum maximum)
Corydalis (yellow flower)
Euphorbia robbiae (lime-green flower)
germander (ground cover)
lemon thyme (one or two)
Geranium macrorrhizum
sweet woodruff (3-5 starts)
pachsandra
liriope spicata - green leaf
houtuynnia if it's up -- ground cover, water plant
French lilac - rooted/18"

Will have some wintersown heirloom tomatoes -- will update later.

Who's the dahlia expert? Mine all dried out when I wasn't looking.....

Lisa

    Bookmark   March 25, 2010 at 10:55PM
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kmpsmom

In walking around my woeful garden after not taking care of it last summer due to breaking my ankle (I am now the bionic woman) I did notice that I have lots of WS sprouts - so I hope to add to my list in the next few weeks.

    Bookmark   March 27, 2010 at 6:40PM
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sujiwan_gw

I see that a number of people are planning to bring tomato seedlings so maybe I won't bring so many this year. I will bring peppers and eggplants although by May 8 they will be small and not ready to plant out. I have a number of Triple Crown thornless blackberries that have tip rooted that I can dig if someone wants any.

    Bookmark   March 27, 2010 at 7:25PM
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alfie_md6

I also have everbearing raspberries (I don't know the variety offhand, but I can look it up if somebody really wants to know), and I might have three pawpaw seedlings.

    Bookmark   April 4, 2010 at 9:57AM
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oogy4plants(6B MD)

So far I have extras of these to bring to the swap. Most of these were on somebody's wants list, so let me know and I'll put your name on them.

celandine wood poppy
vinca minor
yellow foxgloves
orange ditch lilies
virginia bluebells
green and gold
pussytoes
new england and new york asters
daffodils
Phlox divaricata
Sedum ternatum
Pachysandra

    Bookmark   April 5, 2010 at 12:19PM
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leslies(z7 No VA)

I also have two rooted offsets of symphoricarpus albus.

    Bookmark   April 6, 2010 at 12:31PM
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foodeefish(z8SC)

Here is what I will be bringing and it will grow as I dig into the Garden

- Variegated Horse Tail Grass (water)
- Creeping Jenny
- Pink Phlox
- Lambs Ear
- Sweet Woodruff
- Peppermint
- Lemon Balm
- Thornless Blackberries
- Rose Campion

    Bookmark   April 8, 2010 at 10:27AM
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cecilia_md7a(7a/Baltimore,MD)

DH and I have made a pact - if I reduce the number of gardens I have, he will mow and trim. So, I should have plenty of goodies this year. Offhand, in addition to the things I've already listed, I should have bearded iris, variegated solomon's seal, possibly japanese kerria, daffodils, variegated-leaf vinca minor and purple-flowered vinca minor (rather than the more common blue); wood aster, white joe-pye weed, various roses, and who knows what else. Keep in mind that I am not swapping - I'm giving things away.

    Bookmark   April 8, 2010 at 12:56PM
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nmoswald

This is what I have this year:

- solomon's seal (plain green)
- pulmonaria (unnamed, old variety)
- pollia japonica
- siberian iris (purple)
- virginia bluebells (limited)
- hay scented ferns
- giant parsley (limited)
- daffodils (yellow, early)
- native columbine

Seedlings (of which I'll pot a bunch together)
- great blue lobelia
- hellebore
- foxglove 'alba'

    Bookmark   April 9, 2010 at 7:47PM
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cecilia_md7a(7a/Baltimore,MD)

Hi, everybody-
Here's an update on my HAVES

I'm all out of the variegated solomon's seal. I've emailed the folks who I'm saving some for. Don't worry; I'll have more next year - it grows like a weed in my garden.

I've also decided to keep the trellis.

MORE HAVES:
1. Peegee hydrangea (Hydrangea Paniculata grandiflora), Mine is about 3-1/2 ft tall and pruned to look like a small tree. JanetM says she will take it if nobody else is interested.

2. Summer Snowflake -Leucojum aestivum. Pretty bulb that is blooming right now - white bells; each petal has a green spot.

3. Frederic Mistral", a pink, very fragrant, blackspot-resistant hybrid tea that can be grown as a climber.

4. Tall Bearded iris - It hasn't bloomed yet, but I believe it is "Immortality," reblooming white variety. If not, it's probably a once-blooming light blue that my sister-in-law gave me. Perhaps it will bloom before the swamp.

4. Slender Deutzia (Deutzia gracilis), a short shrub that has white flowers about to bloom right now.

5. Dwarf crape myrtle that I grew from seed. It is the classic watermelon color, and doesn't get taller than 2-3 feet, although it might if you let it.

6. Oenothera speciosa (pink evening primrose). Very pretty, but invasive. It has lovely pink flowers, and the leaves turn red late in the summer.

7. Grape hyacinth - always have too many of these!

8. Various gardening tools - my in-laws always give me tools for Christmas and I have some duplicates.

    Bookmark   April 11, 2010 at 9:21PM
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ellicottcitycathy(7a/baltimore suburb)

I have the following to share:

Sea holly eryngium planum
Zebra grass Miscanthus sinensis
Fountain Grass Penisetum setaceum
Japanese anemone pink Konigin Charlotte
Hosta plain green leaves, purple flowers, Potomac Pride
Rose Campion Lychnis coronaria
Red Hot poker Kniphofia uvaria
Japanese maple seedlings Acer palmatum
Tall white garden phlox P. paniculata
Lambs ears Stachys lanata

Let me know by email what you would like me to bring for you.

Cathy

I also have a lot of stuff that everyone else seems to have!

    Bookmark   April 13, 2010 at 12:23AM
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ellicottcitycathy(7a/baltimore suburb)

Please add to my list of things to give away:

Caryopteris blue mist
Trumpet vine orange campsis radicans
Wisteria sinensis purple

Cathy mccross1@aol.com

    Bookmark   April 13, 2010 at 12:35AM
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leslies(z7 No VA)

The viburnums I mentioned above are doublefiles. Virbunum plicatum var . mariesii - possibly 'Shasta' but I don't really know the cultivar.

    Bookmark   April 13, 2010 at 2:24PM
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antiqueorchid(Z-6)

I have a few of each of the following for trade:

Dianthus Siberian blues
Sedum Angelina
Baptisia blue (seedlings)
Sedum Variegated
Hen and chicks NOID
Lupine purple or pink
phlox a mix of varieties 1st and 2nd year starts
Cherry Bells

Seedlings started from winter sowing:
Leucanthemum crazy Daisy
Leucanthemum Snowdrift

I will also bring some extra plants.

This list will probably grow.
Denise

    Bookmark   April 17, 2010 at 10:25AM
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cecilia_md7a(7a/Baltimore,MD)

Just so you know - my supply has run out! The deutzia and Frederick Mistral rose have also been claimed.

    Bookmark   April 18, 2010 at 10:11AM
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busyasabee(7MD)

So far, he's what I have:

Yarrow (pink/white flowers)
Chocolate mint
Chives
Mexican Evening Primrose (warning -- spreads, but has pretty pink/white flowers)
Cranesbill Geranium
Spiderwort
Lambs Ears (Helen von Stein, no blooms, nice large fuzzy leaves)
Columbines (mixed colors -- pale pink, deep magenta)
Sedums (assorted)
Liatris (blazing star)
Coreopsis (goldfink) - (limited have a couple)
Cleome seedlings

Thanks
Jette

    Bookmark   April 18, 2010 at 12:13PM
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annebert(6b/7a MD)

Here's a start:

Strawberries: not sure of variety, but they have flowers already

Columbines: These came up in the compost pile -either I tossed some seedlings or some seeds. Possibly A. alpina (blue) or maroon. I should know soon.

Peonies: named varieties in pots. Smallish, but will be fine in the long run. Crinkled white, Sword Dancer, Nippon Moon, Pink Lemonade

Yarrow: Summer berries

    Bookmark   April 18, 2010 at 9:15PM
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wishdesign(z7 MD)

I finally got a chance to take stock, and here's what I know I have so far (I'm sure this list will grow):

Ornamentals:
- Japanese Anemone (pink, possibly Robisitussima?)
- Anemone sylvestris
- Purple lilac suckers
- Echinacea (mixed clumps of purple and white)
- Agastache (generic anise hyssop, and Golden Jubillee)
- Lilly of the Valley
- Blackberry Lillies (Belamcanda chinensis)
- Siberian Iris "Caesar's Brother"
- Cherry Bells Campanula
- Various mixed potted Hostas grown from seeds I got from trades
- Tree peony seedlings -- the parents are either dark pink (almost red) or light pink

Edibles/herbs:
- Oregano
- Orange Thyme (small seedlings)
- Tarragon
- Cilantro
- Basil (Thai, lettuce leaf)
- Valerian officinalis
- Egyptian Walking Onions
- Unknown dark fruited fig (potted, should be hardy to this area with winter protection)
- Unrooted fig cuttings (Brown Turkey, Dessert King, Golden Celeste)
- Hot Peppers: Jalapeno
- Alpine strawberries
- Honeoye strawberries
- Cucumbers: Sumpter, Sweet Success
- Tomato: Cherokee Purple Potato leaf

    Bookmark   April 19, 2010 at 6:15PM
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ritadc(z7 VA)

Euphorbia robbiae (lime-green flower)
Wigeila (varigated leaves)
Several baby Nandina and four three-foot Nandinas
Two dwarf alberta spruce (about 2 feet high)
Varigated leaf vinca major

    Bookmark   April 20, 2010 at 12:17AM
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leslies(z7 No VA)

I have a caryopteris I will dig if someone wants it. It is languishing under a maple at my house.

I've also got a good-sized clump of geranium macrorrhizum I transplanted last fall just for the swap and forgot about! This plant doesn't transplant particularly well, so I hope the clump will do OK for someone since it's had months to stabilize after being divided.

    Bookmark   April 20, 2010 at 10:07AM
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leslies(z7 No VA)

Forgot to mention:

the hardwood cuttings of 'Madonna' sambucus are leafing out, so they probably have some roots. They're available! This is a big shrub. The mailorder plant descriptions say it blooms and sets fruit the way regular sambucus does, but I've never seen this one with flowers. Maybe mine isn't old enough yet (it's three years old).

    Bookmark   April 20, 2010 at 10:13AM
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chrismd(7)

Wow - this is a fabulous list! I am getting major plant lust when I thought I would need NOTHING from this swap.

    Bookmark   April 21, 2010 at 11:30AM
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janetm_md(Z7a)

Needed to see what was popping up before posting here. I have:

Verbena bonariensis seedlings-they're little right now but grow quick and love crappy soil
Daffodils
purple phlox

    Bookmark   April 21, 2010 at 12:54PM
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darcie2

sage
lamium--variegated with a yellow flower spike
Japanese ferns--limited number
yellow corydalis--limited number
hellebores--traditional colors, one is a a burgundy color and I can't remember the other color--white, green, or pink
chives--regular and garlic--limited number

Please contact me if you want to trade for any of these.

    Bookmark   April 21, 2010 at 8:03PM
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gladgourd(7)

Garlic chives
Arugula
Tansey
Mint - I was told its spearmint but just seems like plain old mint to me!
Black eyed susan

Gladys

    Bookmark   April 21, 2010 at 9:23PM
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ellicottcitycathy(7a/baltimore suburb)

All my sea holly has been spoken for.

No worries, though. Everyone who gets a plant will have some to give away next year!

    Bookmark   April 22, 2010 at 2:35PM
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ellen_n(z7/MD)

Blackberry Lily (Belamcanda chinensis)
Fringed Bleeding Heart (Dicentra eximia) (one year-old seedlings)
Garden Phlox (Phlox paniculata) Common pink
Perennial ageratum (Eupatorium coelestinum)
Sedum ÂAutumn JoyÂ
Rudbeckia fulgida ÂGoldsturm (close variation since this does not come back true from seed)
Lily of the valley (good supply)
Ostrich fern (good supply)
Yellow flag (huge supply)
Common orange daylilies (huge supply, barerooted)
Mahonia japonica seedlings
Cleome seedlings (huge supply)
Feverfew seedlings

Ellen

    Bookmark   April 23, 2010 at 10:41PM
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ellicottcitycathy(7a/baltimore suburb)

All my anemone have been spoken for.

I'll throw some composted manure in all the holes when I dig them up for the swap and I'll bet we have 20 new plants to share next year!

I'm so excited for the swap. I already have more than 20 people bringing plants for me and I've agreed to bring more than fifty plants to trade.

For labels: I'm using old plastic mini blinds that are cut to the right size. I still need a good idea for containers.

Many thanks to the Granma for hosting and the other organizers!

    Bookmark   April 24, 2010 at 8:10PM
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ellen_n(z7/MD)

Have added a few more plants. I'm reposting my entire list rather than having the news things split from the original list.

Spreads by seeds:
Blackberry Lily (Belamcanda chinensis)
Fringed Bleeding Heart (Dicentra eximia) (one year-old seedlings)
Garden Phlox (Phlox paniculata) Common pink
Sedum ÂAutumn JoyÂ
Rudbeckia fulgida ÂGoldsturm (close variation since this does not come back true from seed)
Yellow flag (huge supply)
Mahonia japonica seedlings
Cleome seedlings (huge supply)
Feverfew seedlings
Lemon balm
Golden ragwort (Packera aurea)

Spreads by runners; relatively easy to control:
Lily of the valley (good supply)
Ostrich fern (good supply)
Common orange daylilies (huge supply, barerooted)
Dwarf Comfrey (Symphytum ibericum)

Spreads by runners; can be aggressive (but worth growing I think)
Perennial ageratum (Eupatorium coelestinum)
Euphorbia robbiae (lime-green flower)
Spearmint
Peppermint

    Bookmark   April 25, 2010 at 12:17AM
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foodeefish(z8SC)

I also have:
- Grasses ( Miscanthus? Green and white striped)
- Heavenly Bamboo
- Cardinal flower - lobelia
- BeautyBerry- callicarpa americana

    Bookmark   April 25, 2010 at 2:02PM
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manure_queen(md 7)

Please check my specific haves posting
I have a list of stuff the specific people want
If you are on my list I shall have a bag with your name on it in the trunk of which ever of my toyotas I decide to drive that day
MAry

    Bookmark   April 25, 2010 at 3:44PM
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sfmiller(z7 MD)

I should have these, mostly in small quantities:

PERENNIALS

Agastache 'Blue Delight' (similar to 'Blue Fortune'), 3.5" pots
Aster frikartii, 1-year plants, quarts
Aster tartaricus 'Jin Dai,' divisions, quarts
Brugmansia, name forgotten, shell pink blooms turning more gold as they mature, rooted cuttings (parent plant stayed compact & bloomed very early last year)
Digitalis (foxglove) ÂFoxy, seedlings, 4-packs
Geranium ÂBiokovo, small divisions, 2" pots
Helleborus x hybridus (Lenten rose), 1-year plants, 3.5" pots
Persicaria ÂRed Dragon, small divisions, 3.5" pots
Pulmonaria, seedlings of Mrs. Moon, 3.5" pots
Salvia guaranitica, divisions, 3.5" pots
Salvia urica (upright form, supposedly reaches 5-6 ft), seedlings, 2" pots (probably not hardy in z7)
Sedum 'Autumn Joy,' ÂBlue Spruce,' 'Acre,' divisions dug by request demand

HERBS

Garlic chives
Peppermint (divisions, quart pots)

    Bookmark   April 26, 2010 at 8:33AM
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ellen_n(z7/MD)

I'm out of fringed bleeding heart (dicentra exima).

    Bookmark   April 26, 2010 at 9:37AM
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amybee

Here is what I'll be bringing in small quantities. Some of the perennials were given to me by my MIL a few years back so I don't know exact varieties.

Lambs ear (1 or 2)
Heirloom tomato seedlings (wonÂt know which varieties until that day)
Raspberry canes, possibly everbearing.
Sedum cuttings (likely Autumn Joy)
Yellow evening primrose (i think?, in 3.5" pots; can bring 10-12)
Rudbeckia, Irish eyes (3)
Vinca w/purple flowers (3-5, in 3.5" pots)
Variegated ribbon grass (green & white stripes; looks like Phalaris arundinacea 'Picta')

Clivia (tropical, orange blooms) (3) Houseplant but can go outside for summer.

Amy

    Bookmark   April 26, 2010 at 4:48PM
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leslies(z7 No VA)

The rose-scented geraniums have rooted (and some of them are blooming!). I will be bring 10 to the swap.

I also have five two-year-old amsonia hubrichtii plants potted up and ready to go.

    Bookmark   April 26, 2010 at 5:21PM
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ryanzone7(z7MD)

I will bring a truck load of compost (aged horse manure- 9ish months old) and a bunch of burlap coffee sacks.
all I want is garden magazines and books

    Bookmark   April 27, 2010 at 7:31AM
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oscarthecat(z7MD)

yes i am back from Washington State. You once again will be thrilled by my attendance at the swap.. Not much of a cook. would it be ok to bring couple tubs of KFC. Or a big lasagna and we could reheat there. What do you think. Have some big pots.
.named daylilies, no Stella
may have some dahlia tubers.
if anyone is going to use upside down tomato cages for plant stakes bring them with you i am bringing bolt cutters to remove the legs. Steve S

    Bookmark   April 27, 2010 at 7:32AM
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chrismd(7)

An acquaintance of mine is downsizing from a house to an apartment, and she invited me to check out what was going to the curb. I stuffed the car full.

I'll classify this as "Useful plastic junk that's a PITA to buy but is great to get for free".

Gardengramma gets first pick, Janet M gets second pick, Professor Dirt gets third pick.

After that, it's up for grabs.

    Bookmark   April 29, 2010 at 8:43PM
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sfmiller(z7 MD)

In addition to the upthread stuff, I've got:

snowdrops (Galanthus nivalis) bulbs
Heliopsis (perennial sunflower) 'Flore Pleno' divisions

And, for the invasives connoisseurs, a boltonia that's pretty in the fall but way too imperialistic for the place I have it. If anyone wants some (or a LOT), I'll dig it the morning of the swap.

Steven

    Bookmark   April 30, 2010 at 3:33PM
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gladgourd(7)

I just checked my garden and I have a few more things to share:
oregano
thyme
money plant
Sunberry (Solanum Burbankii) - I like to grow different things and had high hopes for these (waiting for my blueberries to mature) but do not like the taste. Here is a description: SUNBERRY was bred in the early 1900s by Luther Burbank (1849-1926) and it is not at all related to huckleberry or blueberry to which it is sometimes compared. The fruit is purplish-black when ripe and the size of peas. The flavor is akin to blueberries but less sweet. But cooked in pies and jams it is yummy! The small shrub grows 12"-24" but remarkably can begin bearing fruit when only a few inches high

Gladys

    Bookmark   April 30, 2010 at 7:40PM
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treble(6b/7a MD)

Unrooted cuttings I can bring (branches from pruning that I've done):
Jiro persimmon
Euonymus fortunei
climbing hydrangea
concord grape
azaleas of varying white, pink and red colors

Plants I can dig/pull at your request:
forsythia
Privet
wild ornamental invasive strawberry (yellow flowers)
Asters (blue, exact latin variety; don't know)
Morning glory (invasive blue/purple)
chinese garlic chives
mint (spearmint, peppermint)
raspberry (red; variety not known)
yarrow (white achillea millefolium proa)
Shiso/Perilla (purple Japanese Aka?)
tansy (tanacetum vulgare)
Vinca minor (violet flowers)

Volunteer saplings:
mulberry
crabapple

Plastic plastic containers that purchased plants came in
Very old beer for snails
Old gardening tools (if you're good at restoration, they're yours)
A big pile of expired seeds (don't know how long seeds are good for, but I've kept them dry and out of the sun).

    Bookmark   May 2, 2010 at 1:00AM
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billjoebob

I'm finally going to make it this year.

I have pots and seed trays galore.

    Bookmark   May 2, 2010 at 1:40PM
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tkatt

Wanted: Two Cavatine or Prelude Andronmeda Bushes. I can't find them. I'm new to this board. I hope I didn't break any rules for asking. Thank you very much!

    Bookmark   May 3, 2010 at 10:38AM
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oogy4plants(6B MD)

I also have:
NY aster
smooth aster (Aster laevis)
goldenrod (unknown variety)
Monarda 'Jacob Cline'

    Bookmark   May 3, 2010 at 12:07PM
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oogy4plants(6B MD)

Would anyone like a 5 foot tall tulip poplar tree? If so, please email me and I will dig and bring it to the swap.

    Bookmark   May 3, 2010 at 1:16PM
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bugmagnet(7)

Hello everybody!

I have been so behind on everything that I finally get myself together to make this posting. I have not dug anything yet! If you find something on my Have list that you are interested in, let me know. Maybe we can make a trade? What I need the most are part shade plants for my backyard. Interesting shrubs and deer resistant plants are welcomed.

Thanks!

Here is a link that might be useful: Bugmagnet's trade list

    Bookmark   May 3, 2010 at 5:55PM
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chrismd(7)

Snowdrops

There's a catch here - that I need to know by Wednesday night if anyone wants these as I have to dig them at my mother's house on Thursday. Email me through Gardenweb.

    Bookmark   May 3, 2010 at 6:27PM
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layne_nova

Hi, Here is what I have, # of plants would be very limited, may have 1 or 2 only due to small backyard gardening practice. Won't be available for many, my apologies in advance.

.Mophead hydrangea, pink, big one, can easily divide to 2-3 bushes, will need to dig, bring only if anyone wants it. Mary gets one already.

.Hardy Hibiscus, Rose Mallow, Swamp Mallow
Hibiscus moscheutos

.Okra seedling or seeds

.fig potted, need to find the variety. from UC Davis cutting last year. Survived the winter with protection outdoor.

.Chive, garlic type, the one Asian use for cooking, have seeds too.

.Pepper seedling, medium hot long type.

.Beard iris
.(3-5) common lily, yellow or blue

.(1) One potted tropical Hibiscus, small but already flowered once.
H. rosa-sinensis' Full, Ruffly Double
http://www.trop-hibiscus.com/gindr.html

. Asparagus roots, 5 to 7 roots available (from Mary, garden type, not house plant)

What I can get plenty:
.planting pots, usually the smaller sizes, 3", 4", 8", up to 1-2 gallon plastic pots that you usually get from nursery buying plants. Some slightly larger ones might be available too. Will bring larger ones only if someone ask for them and my car space allows. Let me know by Tuesday night so I can grab some Wednesday morning. Will bring some anyway. Anyone contacted me in advance get the ones reserved though.

If you have any that's on my wanted list, I'd love to trade. Please check out my wanted list :

http://members.gardenweb.com/members/exch/layne_nova

Thanks,
-Layne

    Bookmark   May 4, 2010 at 2:21AM
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chrismd(7)

Mixed colors

    Bookmark   May 4, 2010 at 11:21AM
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nancy123(7)

Bleeding Heart babies

Campanula (balloon flower) - It's blue, not sure what variety

Nancy

    Bookmark   May 4, 2010 at 2:46PM
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DawnStorm(7/MD)

Have:
Lots of purple passion vine (houseplant) rooted cuttings
Some pothos (or is it philodendron?)
Some buckets with lids
Butternut squash seedlings (maybe)

    Bookmark   May 4, 2010 at 3:27PM
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madeleinef(z7 MD)

Have:
Liriope spicata (lots)
Ditch lilies
Spiderwort
Egyptian walking onions
Mint
Alpine strawberries
Seeds: okra (clemson spineless), cilantro, marigold
In exchange I am interested in anything edible.

    Bookmark   May 4, 2010 at 8:41PM
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heyruthie(z7 NOVA)

OK, I have moved to a new house. This house has asphalt & turf. that's it. therefore, I have:

-2 Gillete Fusion Razors, new in their cases (come with 2 sets of cartriges.) You can use these to shave in the garden :-) If anyone wants one, I'll bring them to the SWAP to trade something. They are expensive, and a great gift item!

    Bookmark   May 5, 2010 at 11:49AM
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kmpsmom

In addition to the trades that I've already set up I'm also bringing a bunch of WS tomato seedlings for anyone who would like them. There are about a dozen varieties - everything from Blondkopfchen yellow grade tomatoes to Great White and Kentucky Dinnerplate. I've also got some NOID silene which I think is pink.

    Bookmark   May 5, 2010 at 5:49PM
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kmpsmom

Also found several small seedlings from my weeping japanese maple tree - since this is a graft I know the seedlings will not come true to the parent tree. These seem to be all green with deeply cut leaves. Let me know if you're interested and I will dig these.

    Bookmark   May 5, 2010 at 6:04PM
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diana_lynn(7b)

Trades are getting slimmer. I've been weeding out the plants I don't want over the past few years and haven't got enough of the plants I like to be able to divide much. Hope that changes in a year or two!

I can bring:

My seed stash
1 black walnut seedling
Daylilies (unknown type but definitely not ditch lilies)
Mums (yellow)
Black eyed susans
Grape hyacinth bulbs
Lycoris bulbs
Small flowered coreopsis seedlings
Russian sage cuttings (roots easily in water during the spring)
Star of Bethlehem bulbs (can be VERY invasive and is very poisonous to dogs and cats but perhaps in a pot it wouldn't be too bad)
Hyacinthoides (wood hyacinth)-white

I may not get to dig all of these (time is getting short), so let me know if you want something and I'll make sure I bring it.

Diana Lynn

    Bookmark   May 6, 2010 at 2:41AM
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annebert(6b/7a MD)

Last-minute additions

Hardy kiwi, male and female pairs
Clumps of seedlings: celeriac, brussels sprouts
Hostas: Sum & Substance and (probably this is what it is)Frances Williams

Lots of magazines and books

    Bookmark   May 6, 2010 at 9:49AM
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Sweet Sakura(z7VA)

I'm very late to the game, but I'm planning to attend the swap. Here's what I can bring:

Tall perennial sunflower (Helianthus maximilian?)
Tatarian Aster
Rose Campion
Lambs Ear
Iberis - Candytuft
double purple columbine
light pink chrysanthemum
liriope
mistflower - Eupatorium coelestinum
Red daylilies
Oregano
Culinary Thyme
Nandina - various sizes from 1 ft to 5 ft

I have a healthy supply of most of the above.

~CA

    Bookmark   May 6, 2010 at 10:27PM
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Sweet Sakura(z7VA)

oops - missed one on my mental tour of the yard (should have consulted the list I made for this purpose):

Solidago 'Fireworks' - goldenrod

~CA

    Bookmark   May 6, 2010 at 10:34PM
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kmpsmom

In a last ditch effort to place some plants before they have no home...

Does anyone want some double feverfew? I've got two plants that are in their 2nd or 3rd year and bloomed nicely last year.

    Bookmark   May 7, 2010 at 2:27PM
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