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HAVE: Mixed perennials

Posted by erin08 7SC (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 24, 13 at 9:21

I have to trade:
Coreopsis Nana
Gaura - pink flower, will have to locate the name
Sedum Blue Spruce and mediovariegatum
Daylily - NOID peach, has long bloom period
Clematis-Polish Spirit, Jules Correvon, Plena Elegans
Stokesia - White
Wintercreeper Euonymus- green and white, & green and gold
Rudbeckia -couple types - both 'Goldstrum' and small bloom size one
Platycodon Sentimental Blue
Phlox paniculata - random assortment, pot luck on colors
Buddleia - Attraction, Silver Frost, Pink Delight, Royal Red, Nanho Blue, Black Knight
Canna - NOID salmon bloom
Canna - Bengal Tiger
Tradescantia Spiderwort Concord Grape
Jasminum nudiflorum- Winter Jasmine - in 2 gallon pots
Hardy Hibiscus - NOID
Lilac - 1 foot tall, not sure of color, white or lavender
Hypericum Tricolor
Lantana - Creeping Gold
Lavender Blue Scent
All are established plants.
Another list is coming...

Looking for (plants or bulbs, no seeds or cuttings please):
Dahlias-tempt me
Gladiolus- tempt me
Foxgloves - not yellow
Crocosmia - yellow blooms
Agapanthus
Lycoris aurea -yellow bloom
Calla lily - oranges, purples, multi-colored
Chrysanthemum 'Gethsemane Moonlight' - yellow hardy mum
Euphorbia
Magnolia Banana Shrub
Hydrangea petiolaris Climbing Hydrangea
Callistemon Bottlebrush
Named daylily or perennials for SUN that I don't have
Love the color blue :)

Thanks,
Erin


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