Made My List, Please Check It Twice!

sylviatexas1October 24, 2008

Seamommy

to you:

rooted willow (want one? two?)

to me:

Queen Anne's Lace seedlings

Organic Gardener

to you:

mulch, culinary sage, garlic, thyme, dwarf canna, white rose, red salvis (cutting ok), comfrey

to me:

heirloom tomato seeds, taro, pink & white salvia, Quaker Lady iris, Mme A Carriere cuttings, "Gardening in the South", fragrant evergreen white passie

weenerdogg

to you:

purple lantana, comfrey, cherry red salvia

to me:

apple mint, rosemary

fortunegardener

to you:

white rose & I'm going to look for a Seven Sisters

to me:

amaryllis, brugs

imabirdnut

to you:

butterfly bush

to me:

blue La iris, white salvia

element

to you:

cast iron plant, water plant (umbrella), Confetti lantana

to me:

milkweed? lost my way here...

Brenda

to you:

rosemary, Confetti lantana for lunch

mike

to you:

rose cuttings, spider lily (lycoris radiata)

to me:

rainlily seed or bulbs

firebird

to you:

trellis

to me:

white crinum, bouganvilla

alley

to you:

shrimp plant, fall aster (freshly stuck cuttings)

to me:

Shasta daisy, Vanilla Ice sunflower, coneflower?

liz h:

to you:

nursery flats, vinca, Confetti lantana, wandering Jew, English ivy

to me:

bread!

Sherman:

to you:

lavender

to me:

pomegranite, blackberry.

Is your garden fork still available?

if so, please let me know what you'd like in exchange.

mommyfox

to you:

phlox, hardy hibiscus seed, Pride of Barbados seeds, turk's cap, shrip plant, white mum, purple verbena, aucuba (fresh cuttings), spirea (may have to be fresh cuttings)

to me:

hibiscus, passionflower, cuphea, American wisteria, Algerian ivy

Deb

to you:

3 kinds of mints

to me:

brownies, celosia seed

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mommyfox(7)

Sylvia,
The American wisteria cuttings I took chose not to root for me. I can get some fresh cuttings the day of the swap, or I can try to get some cuttings in the spring. Also, I have solid green Algerian ivy and variegated. Which would you prefer? How many hibiscus would you like? I have 6 ...

    Bookmark   October 24, 2008 at 8:51PM
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element321(8)

Sylvia, I can find what you wanted from me. Please check my list out and let me know.

    Bookmark   October 25, 2008 at 2:43AM
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alley

Sylvia,
I also have you down for an oleander. Do you still want it? Also, the vanilla ice sunflower is in the form of seeds.
alley

    Bookmark   October 25, 2008 at 8:45AM
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sylviatexas1

momfox, that's okay-
my spirea didn't root either, & this is the second time I've tried!

Maybe springtime will be better.

element, do you have any rooted oleander left?
color doesn't matter.

alley, if you have enough oleander, that'll be great!

    Bookmark   October 26, 2008 at 12:58PM
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element321(8)

No, I do not have anymore rooted Oleander left. But I have about 15, sitting in water that, have been there for about 3 weeks and have not rooted yet. I can also take some fresh cuttings. I still need to cut mine back.

    Bookmark   October 26, 2008 at 3:57PM
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debbiedo7(zone 8 Texas)

Sylvia
just thought I'd post here to you for the request of the rescued begonias

    Bookmark   October 27, 2008 at 3:12AM
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weenerdogg(Zone 7b)

Looks good to me!

    Bookmark   October 28, 2008 at 3:38PM
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