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HAVE: For Shoreline and BonneyLake Plant Swaps

Posted by nightnurse1968 z7-8Washington (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 31, 06 at 23:52

I will be attending both trades if all goes as planned, so will just post one list. Just let me know which trade you are attending so I can be sure to have the plants with me!

HAVES:

Sedums (one white blooming one with small leaves that spreads very well, red one I think is Dragons blood, a little fat chunky one-no idea the name, light green one)

Lemon Thyme

Common Thyme (makes a compact pillow, lavender blooms)

Ajuga (bigger purple leaf and one with plain green leaf)

Variegated Pineapple Mint

Sweet Woodruff

Lamium - Beacon silver(?), White Nancy, Shell Pink

Campanula persificola

Myosotis Sylvatica "Rose" (Pink Forget-Me-Not)

Myosotis alpestris Regular blue Forget-Me-Not

Monarda- Red, pink, purple

Purple Aster

Lady's Mantle

Geranium macrorrhizum - Pink I think

Crocosmia -orangey red

Pink Panda ornamental Strawberry

June bearing strawberry (not sure of variety)

Hosta (Greenish gold..probably just the garden variety)

Limnanthese Douglasii (Fried egg flower)

Potentilla anserina

Unknown groundcover with purplish green small leaves, spread to form a tight mat, small purplish blue vinca like flowers.

Campanula glomerulata babies

Foxglove babies

I have lots of seedlings and will have to wait and see what makes it, but know for sure I will have extras of 'Double Dandy' Sunflower..look it up, its real pretty.

Various dahlias -will have to see what came through the winter in good shape. I dug Edinburgh, Bellefleur, a very nice semi-cactus white, patio dahlias, some other nameds that are in short supply-will bring what I have extra).

WANTS(Just know I am open to so many things because my garden is new, but these are things that come to mind)

Astilbe
Calla Lily -large white and other colors
Camellias
Carnations/Dianthus I don't have
Ceonanthus (California Lilac)

Clematis (have Nelly Moser, Jackmanii, Prince Charles, Red Cardinal)

Corydalis -blue flowering varieties
Coreopsis in interesting colors
Cyclamen (hardy)

Dahlias (any I don't have)

Daylilies (any I don't have - I have Daring Deception, Daring Dilemma, Cranberry Baby, Ivory Ruffles, Jason Mark, Ming Toy, Fox Grape, Wineberry Candy, Stella D'oro, Children's Festival, Dublin Elaine, Jim's Pick, Sugar Candy,Brocaded Gown, Strawberry Candy, Fairy Tale Pink, unnamed red, unnamed light pink, ditch lilies)

Delphiniums
Dicentra Eximia (Fringed bleeding heart
Fuschia (any hardy)
Hellebore
Hydrangea (ANY and ALL!)
Asiatic or oriental lilies
Oregon grape
Phlox
Sedums and Semps I don't have


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RE: HAVE: For Shoreline and BonneyLake Plant Swaps

I would love your Limnanthes and some ladies mantle. I have Oregon Grape and Clemantis babies - Madame Julie Correvon (check my trade list). Susan


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RE: HAVE: For Shoreline and BonneyLake Plant Swaps

If you have enough, I would like several of your Lady's Mantle and Fried Egg plants.
I'll bring you root cuttings of Oregon Grape.
Elaine


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RE: HAVE: For Shoreline and BonneyLake Plant Swaps

Hi Susan
I can bring you both limnanthes and ladies mantle. Would love your clematis and instead of oregon grape could I possibly get a start of your Geranium 'Rozanne'? If not Oregon grape will be great. Thanks and let me know. Will this be for Shoreline or Bonneylake?
Susan


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For Shoreline and BonneyLake Plant Swaps (Response to Elaine)

Hi Elaine,
I don't have a big slew of Lady's Mantle, so I'm not sure if I can scrape together several, but probably a couple! Plus I will bring you some of the limnanthes. I am already brining you Pink forget-me-nots to the Bonneylake trade and I have you down as bringing me Iris pseudocorus, purple siberian iris. I would love the Oregon grape as well. Are you going to the Shoreline trade as well?
Susan (Nightnurse1968)


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RE: HAVE: For Shoreline and BonneyLake Plant Swaps

Hi Susan, Sorry about that, I should have told you, I'm going to the Bonney Lake trade.
Elaine


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RE: HAVE: For Shoreline and BonneyLake Plant Swaps

Susan, I emailed you. Susan


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RE: HAVE: For Shoreline and BonneyLake Plant Swaps

Hi Susan,
I would love some lemon thyme,pineapple mint,lamium-white and pink,pink panda and fox glove babies. I can add the dianthus(small-pink),corydalis(blue), trillium , and phlox(creeping)? to your want list. The hydrangea and clematis cuttings seem to be comming along :) I'm keeping my fingers crossed ! see U in May. Frani


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RE: HAVE: For Shoreline and BonneyLake Plant Swaps

Hello Susan. I would love to add Lamium Shell Pink and Geranium macrorrhizum if you end up having no takers for it. I have some white tall Phlox and some I started from seed. Not sure of the color though. The leaves are dark green and stems are purpleish/dark. I also have Sedum album and another groundcover type I just got. Added some others to my list also.

Thanks Suzy. Michele


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RE: HAVE: For Shoreline and BonneyLake Plant Swaps

Hi Fran,
I can bring you the lemon thyme,pineapple mint,lamium-white and pink,pink panda and fox glove babies. I would love all of the things you listed - dianthus(small-pink),corydalis(blue)(OHHH BOYYY), trillium , and phlox(creeping). Will you be at the Bonneylake or Shoreline trades or both? :-)
Thanks,
Susan
Nightnurse1968


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RE: HAVE: For Shoreline and BonneyLake Plant Swaps

Bumping this up again in case somebody else wants something off of my list.


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