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WANTED: Wanted: Indiana Natives, woodland

Posted by Bioteach44 none (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 19, 12 at 12:10

Looking to trade for variety of Indiana native woodland plants and shrubs. I have several arrowood viburnum starts as well as wild blackberry and chokeberry.


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RE: WANTED: Wanted: Indiana Natives, woodland

Bioteach - I saw your other thread with a photo in the woodlands forum.
It's too hot to send it right now, but I have a buttonbush on my patio that needs a home. I could send you that later this fall when the weather starts to cool off and will keep you in mind when I'm collecting seeds this summer from my native perennials.
Buttonbush likes a lot of water and is supposed to be a magnet for swallowtails when it blooms.


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RE: WANTED: Wanted: Indiana Natives, woodland

That would be lovely! Buttonbush has also been on my wish list. Please let me know if I can pick up this fall or how I'd get a hold of you. Our project is certainly taking shape!

Would you know where I could also get spice bush?


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RE: WANTED: Wanted: Indiana Natives, woodland

I'll email you.


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RE: WANTED: Wanted: Indiana Natives, woodland

Are you looking for anything in particular? I have mostly trees & shrubs, but also a few wildflowers. I planted a lot of seeds and spring should give me more plants than I need on top of what I have potted now.

Ziggy


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RE: WANTED: Wanted: Indiana Natives, woodland

Hi I have a rooted hamamelis vernalis to trade for a viburnum molle if you have it. let me know thanks andrea


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