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HAVE: Many Native Plants To Trade Bloodroot + More

Posted by melissa_437 Z5/OH (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 14, 05 at 21:38

I have many bulbs and ryzomes and plants of native plants to trade at this time. Looking for trades of 2 or more varieties. Please check my list and lets work on a trade


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RE: HAVE: Many Native Plants To Trade Bloodroot + More

I have deep maroon colored daylilies (sleepy hollow). Other plants haven't come up yet here.

Hedy


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RE: HAVE: Many Native Plants To Trade Bloodroot + More

also looking for bloodroot and other woodland and shade plants to zone 5, would consider other peonies and the yellow peony.


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RE: HAVE: Many Native Plants To Trade Bloodroot + More

I could trade you Limber Honeysuckle (Lonicera dioica)for some Bloodroots,but thats about main thing I have until a lot of my plants break dormancy. I may have few plants that you looking for? I have other honeysuckles,but too early to start by cuttings. The only calla I have are native,but they are just starting wake up from their winter naps.


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RE: HAVE: Many Native Plants To Trade Bloodroot + More

I am interested in these from your list:

dutchman breeches
snow trillium
purple varigated wondering jew

Can you give more info on the snow tillium and purple v. jew? A link or picture?

Thanks, plantbug


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