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WANTED: Sorry for late post -- trade list for Oak Mt. Swap

Posted by squirrellypete z7b AL (My Page) on
Wed, May 17, 06 at 0:10

Hi all. Finally got it so I could post to the AL exchange page even though I'm a GA girl lol. Sorry it's kinda' last minute. I know a few of ya'll have e-mailed me and arranged some trades but this is for those of you who may not have had a chance to visit my trade page:

HAVE FOR TRADE;
'Peter Pan' Agapanthus (1 plant available)
Rooted Brugs (unknown varieties)
'White Profusion' Butterfly Bush (rooted cuttings)
'Honeycomb' Butterfly Bush (rooted cuttings)
'Black Knight' Butterfly Bush (rooted cuttings)
'Corries Gold' Gaura (rooted cuttings)
'Ron Deal' Verbena (rooted cuttings)
'Taylortown Red' Verbena (rooted cuttings)
Variegated Weigelia (rooted cuttings)
'Pink Princess' Weigelia (rooted cuttings)
'Tardiva' Hydrangea (rooted cuttings)
Forsythia (rooted cuttings)
'Ryan's Pink' Chrysanthemum (divisions)
'Boulevard' Blue False Cypress (rooted cutting -- have 1)
'Rosepink Debonair' Chrysanthemum (plants)
'Moonbeam' Coreopsis (small divisions)
Moonflower Vine (small plants recently sprouted)
'Foothill' Creeping Phlox (small rooted divisions)
'Franz Schubert' Phlox (rooted cuttings)
'Siskiyou' Pink Mexican Evening Primrose (divisions)
'Goldsturm' Rudbeckia (divisions)
'Navajo Bright Red' Salvia (rooted cuttings)
'Snowhill' Salvia (rooted cuttings)
'Red Fox' Veronica (small newly separated divisions)
'Royal Candles' Veronica (small newly separated divisions)
Yellow sundrops
'Georgia Blue' Veronica (rooted cuttings)
White Yarrow
'Edward Goucher' Abelia (we think) (rooted cuttings)
'Appleblossom' Yarrow (plants)
Boxleaf Euonymus cuttings

LOOKING FOR:
Hyacinth Bulbs
Datura
Any butterfly bush varieties EXCEPT:
'Black Knight'
'White Profusion'
'Pink Delight'
'Honeycomb'
'Nanho Purple'
'Nanho Blue'
'Royal Red'
Hellebore
Indian Hawthorne (Pink or white varieties)
Agapanthus (already have 'Elaine', 'Peter Pan', & 'Liliput'
Astilbe (prefer non-whites)
Azalea (whites, pinks & reds)
Dahlias
Hardy Geranium (Cranesbill -- any colors)
Hardy Hibiscus 'Copper King' but interested in all kinds
Bearded Iris (all colors but especially a true pink)
Tall garden Phlox (already have 'Franz Schubert', 'Robert Poore' & 'David')
Rose of Sharon (any color single bloom variety but purple. Any doubles including purple)
Any Perennial Salvia EXCEPT:
'May Night'
'East Friesland'
'Blue Queen'
'Blue Hill'
'Rose Queen'
'Snow Hill'
'Navajo Rose'
'Navajo Bright Red'
'Caradonna'
'Wild Watermelon'?
Heuchera, Tiarella & Heucherella
Any leads to free or cheap topsoil (unscreened is fine)
'Crippsii' False Cypress (Chamaecyparis)
Centranthus
Foxglove
Hollyhocks
Verbascum
Clematis (any but Jackmanii, Dr. Ruppel & Sweet Autumn)
Lilac hybrids
Pink Lavender
'Loyalist' Hosta'
'White Christmas' Hosta
Japanese Blood Grass
Riverbirch tree/seedling
Japanese Cherry Tree Seedling (any color)
Flowering Almond Tree/seedling
Purple Smoke Tree/Seedling
Flowering Plum Tree/Seedling
Penstemon
'Winter Glut' Bergenia
Alstroemeria
Creeping Phlox -- any colors but lavender/pinkish purple)
Japanese Maples (especially fond of laceleaf varieties)
White Perennial Verbena (does it even exist in this zone?)
Water Hyacinths
Weigelia hybrids (already have 'Pink Princess' & variegated)
Tools! (small working chainsaw, limb cutters, hand pruner
Any daylilies EXCEPT the following:
'Barbara Mitchell' 'Fairy Tale Pink'
'Biggie' 'Joan Senior'
'Chorus Line' 'King Lamoni'
'Custard Candy' 'Leebea Orange Crush'
'Darius' 'Little Business'
'Eenie Allegro' 'Little Cadet'
'Little Wart' 'Louise Mannelis'
'Luxury Lace' 'Night Beacon'
'Pandora's Box' 'Pardon Me'
'Pixie Beauty' 'President Betty Williams'
'Red Rum' 'Rosie Meyer'
'Royal Garnet' 'Ruby Stella'
'Siloam June Bug' 'Stella De Oro'
'Tuscawilla Tigress' 'Winsome Lady'
'Sammy Russell' 'Summer Wine'
'Minnie Pearl'
With regard to the daylilies, I prefer non-yellows. Also, if anyone has any 'Strawberry Candy' or 'Siloam Double Classic' that has bloomed TRULY PINK for them locally I would be interested in those as well. I'm sure there's much more I would like that I can't think of right now so if you're interested in trading just LMK what you might have. See ya'll Saturday! Thanks, Squirrellypete


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RE: WANTED: Sorry for late post -- trade list for Oak Mt. Swap

Hi Squirrellypete,

I would LOVE to have one of your
'Honeycomb' Butterfly Bush (rooted cuttings)
'Black Knight' Butterfly Bush (rooted cuttings)
'Corries Gold' Gaura (rooted cuttings)

I have at least 2 of the hot pink azaleas (see pictures) potted up (others I will be getting this summer/fall from under the big ones) and several different colors of bearded iris. I KNOW I could easily pull up/divide the dark gold and the pink that are pictured in my plant galleries (link below) - The rest i will be dividing and moving this fall.

Follow subgalleries by type of plant....now bear in mind, the azaleas ARE babies - but they have been potted up for over a year now and have good roots.

Let me know please, b/c I won't pull the irises out except by request.

Rosemary

Here is a link that might be useful: My plants


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RE: WANTED: Sorry for late post -- trade list for Oak Mt. Swap

  • Posted by raestr z8 Central Ala (My Page) on
    Wed, May 17, 06 at 13:04

I would love one of your Variegated Weigelia (rooted cuttings).

Rae


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