HAVE: 2014 Denton County Spring Plant Swap

melvalenaMarch 5, 2014

Sunday April 27, 2pm - 4-pm

Thanks to Gretchen Wood we have the use of her neighborhood club house again!

Indian Creek Clubhouse
1689 Bandera Drive
Carrollton 75010
Cross streets are Hebron Parkway and Hunt Drive.

Restroom & full kitchen inside the building.

Swapping happens in the parking lot. Eating happens inside the building.

Bring a snack to share and what ever you want to drink. We'll provide the paper goods and silverware.

If you want to be in on the "door prize" drawing bring a garden related thing (not a plant) and put a gift tag on it with your own name. We'll use the gift tags to draw names.

If this is your very first plant swap or you are a new gardener, you don't have to bring any plants. But you are encouraged to bring items you can trade with. (Candy, pots,
soaps, lotions anything you are willing to trade for plants)

Please be sure to tell everyone that this is your first swap or that you are a newbie to gardening and you will see how nice everyone is and how they make you feel right at home.

You can post your trades here in this thread.

Come check us out on our Meet Up Group, link down below.

Let the swapping begin!!!

Here is a link that might be useful: Denton County Gardening Meet Up Group

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melvalena

If you've been before you already know this stuff, but if you've never been to a plant swap you'll want to read all this:

The basics of a plant swap:

Bring plants divided from your garden beds, potted up and labeled.
Bring cuttings, labeled of course.
Plants are the stars, but get creative about what else you'd like to swap, such as garden art and sculpture, books, seed packets, extra tools, garden hats, cute pots. Bring your tips, too.

Each person will want to know what they are getting. By they time they get home many have forgotten what the name of the plant is, so please label each item.

Some people note any tips that might help the plant's new owner be successful enough to divide the plant again in a few years. Some traders/swappers print out care sheets for each plant to hand to the new owner. But if you have labeled properly, the new owner can find info about the plant easily on line.

A potted plant has roots. A cutting does not. A cutting stuck in a pot of dirt is not a potted plant. Please do not try to pass one off as such.

When swappers receive plants they always put them away from those they are trading away. You might want to bring a sheet or something to lay over the plants you plan to take home.
Please DO NOT take anything without asking.

It is good etiquette to ASK if it is OK to take a certain plant.
Sometimes swappers have done "pre-trades" on the internet with other gardeners and they are saving those plants to give to them. Pre Trades should be well marked and set aside but in the chaos of getting to the swap and setting up, some things just don't get done. Always ask.

There will be a designated area for free plants for the taking. These will be extra plants that swappers may bring to give away and no trade is expected.

When marking your plants, you can use permanent ink on Popsicle sticks, cut pieces of old blinds, plastic knives, forks or spoons and anything else you can be creative with! Printed labels are fine too.

What if it rains?
WE WILL BE THERE RAIN OR SHINE! We are die-hard gardeners and the swap will go down regardless!

What is a pre-trade? How do I pre-trade with other gardeners before the plant swap?

A pre-trade is a plant trade made with other gardeners online who are going to the scheduled plant swap. Gardeners are looking for certain plants to swap with other gardeners and agree ahead of time that they will bring those plants to the plant swap for each other.

Does the plant swap cost any money to attend?
ABSOLUTELY NOT . :)
No money is exchanged for anything.

You can post trades here in this thread.

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sylviatexas1

excellent excellent post!

Swappers, please read this lesson carefully;
pop quiz tomorrow!

    Bookmark   March 5, 2014 at 2:20PM
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remy101(lewisville,Tx)

Hello Gail,
It's good to see plant swap listing.Please let me know you cestrum nocturnal night blooming jasmine survived that I gave it you last fall plant swap, otherwise I will start 1 more for you from seed.

Have list
Small curry leaf tree plant
Few rose plant
I hope I can able to start from cutting ( Greek columnar basil, African blue basil)
I can start lemon, purple petra, big genovese, sweet basil,early long, antigue, udalmapet, pandora, casper eggplant , burgundy, clemson okra ,emerald okra , few kinds of tomato and diffetent flowers from seed
I will add more later

    Bookmark   March 6, 2014 at 9:06PM
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melvalena

Hi Hinya! The night blooming jasmine is hanging in there along with the basil. I've kept them both in my kitchen so I can keep a close eye on them. Basil is doing pretty well.
The Jasimine has lost all leaves but the stem is still green. I think they both will survive. Both need much more light and warmth to be happy... they'll have both soon when I can move them outside.

What is your secret to getting cuttings of your columnar basil to root? I tired one in water, it just sat there and then the stem turned black and the top part just flopped over. Did I give up too soon? I've never been able to root basil in water though I read all over the place everyone else is successful with that kind of rooting. Next I'll try rooting in soil and see if that works for me.

Plants I will have available:

various rooted brugmansia
bunches of red fire spike rooted cuttings.

I'll dig around in a few weeks and see if any tropical milkweed or red salvia --Salvia greggii is poking up yet, its possible I might find seedlings for the pink greggii as well.

    Bookmark   March 7, 2014 at 10:42AM
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remy101(lewisville,Tx)

Gail Greek columnar basil root in water very easily, but I think it's cold to root in water even inside home . I lost few cutting too. I think you can able to root in water at the end of month. You can root in soil I usually make a dome with other plastic clear glass. I hope it will help you to root.

    Bookmark   March 7, 2014 at 9:39PM
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ruthz

I potted up some stuff today and I'm working on my have list.

I thought I'd get this request in early.

If you have these and your good at rooting roses, I'd love to have any of these.

Chuckles
Cocktail
Dainty Bess
Dortmund
Hurdy Gurdy
Lyda Rose
Mrs. Oakley Fisher

Also Lady Margaret passion vine.

Anybody have seeds or plants of any of these natives?

â¢Dalea multiflora - Round-Headed Clover
â¢Eupatorium wrightii - White Mist flower
â¢Helianthus angustifolius - Swamp Sunflower
â¢Liatris mucronata
â¢Marshallia caespitosa - Barbara's Buttons
â¢Polytaenia nuttalli - Prairie Parsley
â¢Verbesina virginica - Frostweed

This post was edited by ruthz on Thu, Mar 20, 14 at 18:12

    Bookmark   March 14, 2014 at 4:20PM
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weldontx(z 8a TX)

Hoping to make it this year... but 6 weeks in advance?? WH"OOOO knows? I for sure won't have roses...I've lost my rooting touch it seems. But may have some veggies. Will know later.

    Bookmark   March 23, 2014 at 9:41PM
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andbowen(7b/8a DFW TX)

Hi everybody! I am really hoping to attend this event, and it will be my very first plant swap.

I currently have 3 cuttings (only one of each) that have begun to root:

-Mexican oregano (poliomintha longiflora)
-Uruguayan Firecracker (dicliptera suberecta)
-Coral Autumn Sage (Salvia greggi 'coral')

I'm looking for anything that smells great and/or attracts hummingbirds.

Ruthz, I have seeds for liatris mucronata that I collected in November while I was down in the North Austin area. I am happy to put some aside for you if you would like them.

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ruthz

andbowen, I would like the liatris mucronata seeds.
I would also be interested in your Uruguayan Firecracker cutting if I have something you'd like, once I post my haves.
I'm still waiting to post my list to make sure some seeds and cutting make it. The seeds are slow and not germinating well this year and a couple of my rooted cuttings looks like they aren't making it.
This is a partial list of what I'm bringing.. Will add more as I pot them.

2 - Drimiopsis maculata bulbs (Little White Soldiers)
1 - Garlic Chives ( baaska )
2 - Iris - Bearded lavender color, grape fragrance
2 - Lead plant, Amorpha canescens - 1 year old grown from seed
1 - Love in a Puff vine seedling
2 - Lychnis coronaria, Rose Campion seedling

3 - pepper Jalapeno Jalafuego hybrid
1 - Rudbeckia Goldstrum
1 - Tropicana canna
1 - Turks Cap Pink, Malvaviscus
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1 - Mesh tube type bird feeder for thistle seeds

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1 - Aristolochia fimbriata - White Veined Dutchman's Pipe or Pipevine, plants and seeds (andbowen)

Confederate Jasmine cuttings (Remy)
Meyer Lemon cuttings (Remy)
4 - Basil seedlings (Remy)
3 - Basil seeds (Remy)

This post was edited by ruthz on Thu, Apr 24, 14 at 20:51

    Bookmark   April 6, 2014 at 12:55AM
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melvalena

We've got about 2 weeks to go! Everyone ready for this?

Its been such a slow spring this year! None of my usual perennial seedlings have popped up yet. (the weeds have though)

I will have some rooted pink cherub brug cuttings, and some red fire spike too.

(edited because I thought it was a week later than it is!)

This post was edited by melvalena on Mon, Apr 14, 14 at 10:24

    Bookmark   April 14, 2014 at 10:11AM
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Gretchen Wood

I have no plants to swap this time :( I do have lots of pots various sizes and some yard art to swap. I need to fill in some bare spots in my yard. Last year I removed plenty of irises and am sure regretting it this year.

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melvalena

I just did a walk around part of my yard. I can dig Black and Blue salvia for anyone who wants some. My hummers just love this stuff.

Here is a link that might be useful: black and blue salvia

    Bookmark   April 18, 2014 at 12:57PM
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Gretchen Wood

I have no plants to swap this time :( I do have lots of pots various sizes and some yard art to swap. I need to fill in some bare spots in my yard. Last year I removed plenty of irises and am sure regretting it this year.

    Bookmark   April 18, 2014 at 1:13PM
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ruthz

I just separated and repotted some of my pepper seedlings.
I can bring a few small Jalapeño Jalafuego plants if anyone is interested.
These are hybrids grown from Botanical Interest seeds if you'd like to look up info on them.
This is my first time to try hybrid Jalapeño's.

This post was edited by ruthz on Fri, Apr 18, 14 at 17:29

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nana_7b(8a)

I can bring the following;

6 John Fannick phlox (small)
4 Blue mist flower (small)
4 Henry Duelburg salvia (small)
6 Red bud tree (1 gal)
4 pink skullcap (small)
bay leaf cuttings treated with Dip'n Grow (Bay takes a long time to root)
Fresh bay leaves for drying
4 Curry leaf plants (small)
2 fig plants (small)
2 Crepe Myrtle - Muskogee(small )
2 lemon grass starts

I am looking for;

Sturdy Nursery pots (7 Gallon and larger)
Creeping phlox
Victoria phlox
Composting worms

    Bookmark   April 19, 2014 at 2:38PM
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baaska

Hi nana_7b,

I am interested in your bay leaf cuttings and curry leaf plants. But I am afraid I don't have any of the plants and items in your wish list. I do have peppermint and lemon balm plants.

~Baaska

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nana_7b(8a)

Baaska, I have you down for a curry leaf plant and a couple of bay leaf cuttings.

    Bookmark   April 21, 2014 at 6:42PM
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remy101(lewisville,Tx)

Have list
Small plant
9 Grape fruit mint
5 Lime mint
3 Sweet mint
4 Nigella persian jewl
2 Mexican terragon
3 African blue basil
few curry leaf tree grew from seed
2 Kiss Me over the Garden Gate
3 Blue spruce sedum
Big plant not too big
2 Black scallop ajuga
3 Pink kalanchoe

Want list
Holy basil
Mayer lemon
Jasmine
Gardenia
Almost anything edible plant or seeds
Cherry type tomato cutting or small plant
Purple curly basil
Amethyst basil
Asian vegetable plant
Zeebest okra

This post was edited by remy101 on Tue, Apr 22, 14 at 16:44

    Bookmark   April 21, 2014 at 10:02PM
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nana_7b(8a)

Hi Remy,

I would like to have a curry leaf seedling.

Let me know if want anything from my list.

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andbowen(7b/8a DFW TX)

Ruthz, I was searching threads on apios americana and saw that you might have grown them a few years back. If so, did you have a good experience with them? Do you still have any tubers? If so, I would love to trade for one at the swap. The liatris mucronata seeds and uruguayan firecracker plant (rooted cutting) are set aside with your name on them.

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baaska

Thank you, nany_7b! I will bring some seeds to the exchange.

    Bookmark   April 22, 2014 at 2:13PM
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remy101(lewisville,Tx)

Sure nana, I will bring one for you.

    Bookmark   April 22, 2014 at 4:41PM
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andbowen(7b/8a DFW TX)

nana_7b - I would love a John Fanick Phlox and a Blue Mist Flower if possible.

I have the following available:

*rooted cuttings:
-salvia greggi 'coral'
-poliomintha longiflora (Mexican Oregano)

*divisions of Earl Grey Bergamot.

*fresh cuttings:
-Tacoma stans Esperanza
-Salvia 'Mystic Spires'
-Flame Acanthus
-Salvia 'Black and Blue'
-Salvia 'Amistad'
-Uruguayan Firecraker
-Texas Betony
-Aster 'October Skies'
-Coral Honeysuckle (native) - 'suphurea' (yellow)
-Chocolate mint
-Spearmint
-Lemon Thyme

Seeds - Please see my trade list

I am looking for the following:
-Apios Americana (ground nut)
-Blackfoot Daisies (none of mine made it through the winter, and I already traded away all of my seeds)
-brightly colored and/or double coneflowers (basically anything other than standard purple or light pink)
-Eupatorium wrightii (White mistflower)
-Pretty much anything that attracts butterflies and/or hummingbirds

    Bookmark   April 22, 2014 at 5:27PM
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ruthz

andbowen, I did grow apios americana a few years ago from seed. It germinated easy and was doing good, but our dog seems to dig up or lay on anything I put by that tree so I lost it.
I am bringing you seeds and very tiny plants of Aristelochia fimbriata. My plant from last year reseeded but has just started coming up.

    Bookmark   April 22, 2014 at 6:54PM
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remy101(lewisville,Tx)

Andbowen I am interested in spear mint plant and in these seeds
Eggplant - Italian White (round)
- Eggplant - Ping Tung
- Melon - TiggerÃÂ
-Lettuce - Little Gem
-Spinach - Emu - F1
- Swiss Chard - Technicolor
- Basil - Thai 'Siam Queen'
- Celosia - 'Smart Look Red'

Okra - Emerald
Please take a look my trade
Thank you

    Bookmark   April 22, 2014 at 10:16PM
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ruthz

remy - I'm interested in one of your curry leaf tree seedlings
and Sweet mint.
I can bring you cuttings of Meyer Lemon and cuttings of Confederate Jasmine vine if your interested.
I planted seeds of various basil, but it's just now coming up. I may be able to transplant one by Sunday but it would be extremely small.

nana - I would like one of your lemongrass starts if possible.
If I don't have any plants you'd like I'll see if I have any extra pots.
Does the lemongrass overwinter inground or do you bring inside?

This post was edited by ruthz on Wed, Apr 23, 14 at 1:27

    Bookmark   April 22, 2014 at 11:17PM
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remy101(lewisville,Tx)

Ruth I will bring one plant for you.thank you g or mayer lemon Jasmine cutting.do you have any other jasmine?
Nana do you have different kind of holy basil (Tulsi ) seeds? I am interested in fig plants.

    Bookmark   April 23, 2014 at 9:42AM
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remy101(lewisville,Tx)

I am also interested in shepared hooks and garden art.
Thank you

    Bookmark   April 23, 2014 at 10:03AM
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ruthz

remy I have Orange Jasmine, (Murraya paniculata) that I grew from seed. It's one or two years old now but is still small and hasn't bloomed for me yet.
I just recently bought a basket with Pink Jasmine vine and another unknown kind of jasmine with a flower a little larger than the pink jasmine.

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baaska

Hi, fellow NT gardeners,

I am relatively new to gardening compared to you all. Still learning by trial and error. I hope it is not too late to post.

Have list:

10 Peppermint
5 Lemon balm
Vegetable seeds
Red salvia greggii
Yellow iris

Wish list
American beautiberry (shrub)
Evergreen sumac (shrub)
Yaupon holly (non-dwarf)
Winter honeysuckle (this is a shrub, not vine)
Double knock-out rose bush
Texas permisson (tree)
Eve's necklace (tree)
Mexican plum (tree)
Western soapberry (tree)

If you have any of these trees or shrubs, I will take seeds, cuttings, or seedlings.

    Bookmark   April 23, 2014 at 2:34PM
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Gretchen Wood

Have-
Two rusted flamingos needs repainting. They were bought a few years ago. If u want a pick send me a message at gretwood@gmail.com.
misc.
Pots of various sizes.

Want a honey suckle vine.

    Bookmark   April 23, 2014 at 4:00PM
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remy101(lewisville,Tx)

Ruth could you please let me know what kind of basil do you have? I can grow from seeds too. Do you have purple ruffle, green ruffle and amthyst improved basil seeds
Thank you

    Bookmark   April 23, 2014 at 5:27PM
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ruthz

remy, the basil seedlings are tiny tiny but I was able to pot these today.

1 - Red Rubin
2 - Lemon
2 - Purple Ruffles
2 - Profumo di Genova

Basil seeds that I have, but did not plant yet

Italian Pesto
Lime
Salad Leaf Basil

    Bookmark   April 23, 2014 at 8:16PM
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kryss(7)

Hi,

I visited the Ft Worth plant swap last fall. It was my first plant swap, and everyone was so nice. I just realized I missed it this spring.

I have the following rooted cuttings to trade:
Lady Banks roses (6) yellow
Cape Honeysuckle (4) shrub or rambler rather than a vine
Phillipine violets (2) not sure how well these have rooted
Mum brick red pincushion (4)
Mum "country girl" (2)
Mum "thanksgiving day" (1) just in to root recently

Seeds:
blanket flower
pride of barbados (only a few)
cardinal vine
gazania
moonflower
bachelor's buttons
hyacinth bean vine
echinacea

seeds I bought this spring, and didn't need the entire pack:
Wando peas
amaranth
standing cypress

Things I like:
anything old-fashioned
cottage garden or woodland garden plants
herbs
old fashioned mums I don't have!
(I'm not much into succulents or cacti)

    Bookmark   April 23, 2014 at 9:37PM
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nana_7b(8a)

andbowen, I have you down for blue mist flower and John Fannick phlox.

ruthz, I will bring some lemon grass starts for you. It does not reliably overwinter here. I grow mine in a ceramic pot and it did well on the garage floor this winter.

remy, I will bring you some fig plants. Sorry, I do not have any basil.

    Bookmark   April 23, 2014 at 9:50PM
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remy101(lewisville,Tx)

Ruth I am interested in all kind of basil seedling and seeds, do you have few purple ruffle seeds left? I recently bought mamoth basil seed, also I have purple petra from botanical interest if you are interested I can bring few of each variety seeds for you

Kryss I am interested in 2 rooted lady bank rose cuttings

This post was edited by remy101 on Thu, Apr 24, 14 at 2:13

    Bookmark   April 23, 2014 at 10:47PM
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ruthz

Looking for plants of,

Beaver Dam pepper
Black Hungarian pepper

I have seeds but have planted twice now and still no seedlings.
Beaver Dam is one of my favorites. I've never had a problem growing it before but this year lots of my flower and pepper seeds just haven't germinated well.

    Bookmark   April 24, 2014 at 10:05AM
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baaska

Hi Gretchen,
I have a honeysuckle vine! It is a volunteer, but I will digit up and bring it with me.

    Bookmark   April 24, 2014 at 11:00AM
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baaska

Hi Ruth,

I would love to have your garlic chive if it is still available.

    Bookmark   April 24, 2014 at 11:14AM
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baaska

Hi remy,

Do you still have curry leaf tree available? If so, I'd love to have one. Take a look at my have list and let me know if you'd like anything to trade.

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mrao77(TX US zone 7)

Hi everybody!

I am excited to get to know about this swap, thank you for bringing it to my attention. Unfortunately I wont be able to make it to the swap, and have a request for anyone who can share plants with me.
melvalena has generously offered to collect plants on my behalf. If you have anything to share, please leave them with her. I would love daylilies, iris, dwarf cannas, perennials, passion vine, clematis, coreopsis, -anything variegated or dark leaved, for full sun.

We recently moved locally and I lost my entire garden (and sun room and pool). Anyway, now I am in a newer neighborhood with no trees or shade, and a west facing backyard. I am hoping y'all will help me rebuild it.

Thank you so much!

mrao77

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aquarian1228

Hi! Can I come too? I'm getting back into gardening after a long hiatus and 2 kids :) . I don't have much-- I can pot up a few tiny basil seedlings (they don't have true leaves yet), and my aloe vera is making babies.

I also love to sew, so I was thinking of making a few simple gardening aprons to share if there is any interest. (are we mostly ladies here?)

I'd love to try the mums, daylilies and curry leaf plants if there are any left, and make a few friends in the process :) I'm also on the look out for any edible veggies/herbs

Palak

This post was edited by aquarian1228 on Thu, Apr 24, 14 at 17:00

    Bookmark   April 24, 2014 at 3:44PM
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melvalena

aquarian1228, of course you can come!

    Bookmark   April 24, 2014 at 5:20PM
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ruthz

baaska, have you down for the garlic chives

    Bookmark   April 24, 2014 at 6:18PM
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remy101(lewisville,Tx)

Baaska,I will bring 1 for you. I am interested in mint, also please send me you vegetable seed list.
Hina

    Bookmark   April 25, 2014 at 1:45PM
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Gretchen Wood

Remember to bring a snack to share with everyone.

Since everyone's tastes are varied please bring your own drink.

See ya all on Sunday.

    Bookmark   April 25, 2014 at 9:49PM
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remy101(lewisville,Tx)

Does anyone have drift roses? I am interested in cuttings.

    Bookmark   April 26, 2014 at 3:05AM
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melvalena

Remy,
I will try to get you some cuttings. Our HOA planted some last year and they're looking pretty good.

    Bookmark   April 26, 2014 at 8:26AM
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andbowen(7b/8a DFW TX)

Remy, I have a red drift rose, it I've never taken a rose cutting before. Is it just like perennials - 4" of new growth? I'm happy to try if you're interested.

    Bookmark   April 26, 2014 at 8:48AM
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ruthz

Anyone interested in Passion Vine?

We bought this at Natives of Texas in Kerrville as Passiflora foetida, but when it finally bloomed last year we realized it is just the common type Passiflora.

    Bookmark   April 26, 2014 at 12:16PM
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ruthz

Baaska, I have 2 Yapon Holly bushes. One makes berries and one does not. I can bring cuttings of one or both if you'd like them.

remy, I have about 5 seeds of Purple Ruffle basil that I can bring.
Yes I would like a few of your mammoth basil and purple petra basil seeds.

    Bookmark   April 26, 2014 at 12:46PM
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nana_7b(8a)

Hi Gretchen,

I am interested in your large plastic pots. Let me know if anything in my list interests you. Thanks!

    Bookmark   April 26, 2014 at 7:50PM
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remy101(lewisville,Tx)

Thak you gail and andbowen
Ruth, I am also interested in salad leaf basil seeds.i will bring you curry leaf tree plant (7 month old seedling but still small ) abd basil seeds.
Nana,curry leaf seedling
Baaska, curry leaf seeling

    Bookmark   April 27, 2014 at 12:07AM
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remy101(lewisville,Tx)

I will be little late will be there around 2:30, or 2:45

    Bookmark   April 27, 2014 at 1:13AM
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baaska

Hi Ruth,
That sounds great! If you bring cuttings for both of them, that would be great.

    Bookmark   April 27, 2014 at 1:47AM
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melvalena

Hey!! Is everyone ready?? Right now its looking like its going to be great weather for us.

    Bookmark   April 27, 2014 at 11:32AM
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Gretchen Wood

Hi-
just wanted to thank everyone who was able to make it out today to our garden swap in Carrollton.

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aquarian1228

Ijust wanted to say thank you so much for such a fun plant swap! I had a blast, and am so impressed with everyone's generosity. I can't wait to get planting! Thanks again! -- Palak

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melvalena

It was a blast! I love meeting new garden/plant people and just hanging out with them.

    Bookmark   April 27, 2014 at 7:10PM
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ruthz

Such a fun swap.
Thank you Gail and Gretchen for organizing this, and thank you to everyone for your generosity.
Besides the awesome plants I brought home, I also love the handmade gardening apron, the handmade scarf and other non plant gifts.
Dan and I even brought home an original drawing by Grace.

    Bookmark   April 27, 2014 at 7:20PM
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remy101(lewisville,Tx)

Thank you so much. It was so much fun
Take care
Hina

    Bookmark   April 27, 2014 at 7:25PM
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