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WANTED: Anything cottage-y

Posted by marozeckinj SJ/PA zone 7 (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 17, 07 at 5:30

I have a few things to trade on my trade list. I am new at the cottage garden and very eager, despite the 4 inches of sleet on the ground

I will try to keep my trade list updated as I find out what's made it thru the weather


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RE: WANTED: Anything cottage-y

I just sorted through my seedbox and have several things on your wishlist I can send you in exchange for postage. Is there any particular color of hollyhock you would like? I have mixes and a few by color.

RE: WANTED: Anything cottage-y

Are you looking for seeds? do you have any seeds to trade?

I looked at your website -- noticed you wanted to identify "unknowns". Your daylilies are gorgeous!!! How'd you get so many unknowns?! anyway, the "unknown purple flower" on p. 2 is Centaurea montana (perennial bachelor's buttons). Also on p. 2: yes, I'd say that's Siberian Iris, and yes, that's Columbine. Can't help you with the daylilies though. Even if they look familiar, there are so many that are similar.

RE: WANTED: Anything cottage-y

Are you still looking for plants? I have some seends I can send you for postage. If you're interested, e-mail me.

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