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WANTED: Triad Swap - Special Trades

Posted by dtpforu 7a NC (dtpforu@hotmail.com) on
Sun, Apr 29, 07 at 11:07

I'm going out to dig today - is there anything special that anyone was wanting to trade for? Here's the place to set those up if you like. Stay tuned to see what I have.

Vickie


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RE: WANTED: Triad Swap - Special Trades

So what are ya digging today? I have a couple pieces of Tara Butterfly Ginger (Hedychium), but I'm going to hold them for the General Swap. Not a lot of time left for special swaps now but....

Here's some of what I have to bring......
(obr = only by request - don't mind digging but only if someone wants it)
Allium schoenoprasum - obr
Allium tuberosum - garlic chives - obr
Althea officinalis
Arundo - variegated reed grass - obr
Begonia - hardy
Bronze fennel (1)
Celandine poppy (1) it was looking puny after digging, but starting to perk up now and it's a really big one.
Crassula - jade/houseplant
Crocosmia - obr
Cryptocereus anthonyanus (aka Selenicereus anthonyanus)- (1 or 2 cuttings)
ZigZag orchid/houseplant (1 rooted)
Digitalis - white foxglove
Erysimum helveticum - wallflower
Hedychium 'white' butterfly ginger
Hypericum calycinum - St John's wort
Iris cristata - obr
Iris mini - family passalong
Mallow - mixed seedlings
Malva moschata - pink (will have a few whites too)
Oenothera speciosa 'Siskiyou'- Mexican Evening Primrose 'Pink' - obr
Also have the Yellow Primrose - obr
Polygonum multiflorum - Fo-Ti cuttings, easy to root - obr
Sedums - assortment - obr
Verbena bonariensis

There's more but will keep them as surprises, hehehehe!

Here is a link that might be useful: Triad/High Point Swap Details


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RE: WANTED: Triad Swap - Special Trades

So far, I've dug:

Oenothera lamarckiana (evening primrose)

Tetrapanax papyrifera (rice-paper plant) - there's no guarantee if these will transplant or not. They're so finicky, but once you get one started, it's there!

Pardancanda (Candy Lilies)

Muscari (Grape Hyacinths)

Monarda (Bee Balm), but I don't know which color it is. It's either red or pink.

Will update later.

Thanks,
Vickie


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