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WANTED: Lots of different plants; clt area

Posted by seahorse 7 (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 2, 12 at 16:16

I realize it is a bit late in the season. I took stock one day and figured these could use new homes.
I am kicking myself because I missed the recent Charlotte plant swap!
If anybody is still in the mood, maybe we can work out a trade? I live near McAlpine Park and occasionally get over to the SouthPark area.
Some of these are grown inside as houseplants over winter. The hardy ones do fine outside in pots all winter.
I have multiple pots of these; mostly 3" or 1qt sizes.
(I have photos, if needed. )
neglected houseplant, looking for a new home!

Banana: small pups of dwarf cavendish, zebrina

Cyperus - papyrus
great plant! Grows in water or soil.

Elephant Ear: Chicago Harlequin, Kona Coffee, Illustris

Ghost Fern

Mazus: white, purple

Musella lasiocarpa- Chinese Yellow Banana

Not sure about a vareital name, it is green/white/pink foliage. Looks similar, or may be, Berry Illusion.

Strawberry, ornamental
pink flowered

Stawberry, alpine
Tiny, intensely flavoured fruits. Not much for eating, but makes a nice snack when you're in the garden.

Tradescantia - wandering jew

Calathea rufibarba - furry feather calathea
Calamintha nepeta spp nepeta 'Montrose White'
Canna (especially musifolia, indica 'Red Stripe')
Colocasia - elephant ears
Leptinella squalida 'Platt's Black'
fresh veggies (mine are done for the season): tomato, cucumber

Follow-Up Postings:

RE: WANTED: Lots of different plants; clt area

oh wow, the subject line should read HAVE! Hope folks will click anyway. Should I repost? Sure wish we had an edit function!

RE: WANTED: Lots of different plants; clt area

I want all of your plants, haha! :) I'm near South Park. I don't have as many interesting things to offer though....

Easter Cactus
Corn plant (just one stalk)
Strawberry plants- tons!
I have fresh banana peppers!
possibly more...

Sorry I didn't see this sooner!

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