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HAVE: Small plants for Brinnon

Posted by Bejoy PNW8 (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 19, 05 at 12:26

I have some small 4 inch potted starter plants (and a few seedligns) for Brinnon if anyone is interested.... nothing grand..but here they are.

Ajuga..mostly the green colored ones
Sweet Woodruff
Montbretia..orange red mixed so not sure which is which
Siberian Iris....purple
Allium triquetrum 2 plants
Iris Psuedocorus..4 starter plants
Clematis tangutica..seedlings...3 plants
Bachelor Button..1 plant
Purple Palace Coral Bells..1 plant
Campanula Persicifolia..purple..2 plants

~~and in a gallon pot
Lace Leaf hydrangea..1 plant
dwarf bamboo....not much now but it will be...1 plant
Butterfly plant..dark purple...from cuttings...1 plant
Vinca minor..purple bloom...1 plant

I have others too but can't remember them now.

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RE: HAVE: Small plants for Brinnon

Hi Marie,

I'm quite interested in your laceleaf hydrangea & butterfly bush.

Can you give me some details on the hydrangea...that one's new to me (photo would also be fantastic if possible). I have a few hydrangeas to pick from, or check out my Trade List.

Thanks,

Patrick


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RE: HAVE: Small plants for Brinnon

Hey, Marie! I'm interested in your Clematis tangutica. Also, what kind of ferns do you have? Let me know if I have anything you seek!


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Iris

Marie, I have a gallon pot of Pacific Coast Native Iris 'Half Magic', if that appeals to you!


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RE: HAVE: Small plants for Brinnon

Marie,
Is the Iris Psuedocorus variegated? It was in the picture that I found. If so, I would love one. I have some orange turks cap lilies. If that won't due, I will find something else from your list.
Teresa


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re: have: a small plants for brinnon post..oops!

Hi All...An OOPS to confess too. It is not a Lace Leaf Hydrangea....it is a Lace Cap Hydrangea. SORRY! I really can tell the difference between the bloom and the leaf. WELL..I thought so anyway. *G*

Patrick...SORRY..the Butterfly bush is yours...but it is a Lace Cap Hydrangea. I will email you a picture of it though.

Doris...One Clematis tangutica seedling is yours..two if you want them..and I only have the two common native ferns here..not sure of the names. Maybe I can find out at the Swap though. I can bring you some of those if you want. ALSO..YES! YES! YES! I would LOVE your Pacific Coast Native Iris 'Half Magic'. I will email you with pictures of the ferns.

Teresa....I am so sorry..but the Iris psuedocorus are not variegated. I will email you a picture though. I would love one of your orange turks cap lilies if we can find a good trade for you.

Here is a link that might be useful: My exchange page


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RE: HAVE: Small plants for Brinnon

Marie, I'd love two Clematis tangutica and the ferns! I'll find more for you, too.


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RE: HAVE: Small plants for Brinnon

Doris...the two Clematis are yours..and a few ferns too.

See you very soon.

Marie


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RE: HAVE: Small plants for Brinnon

Hi Marie,
I would love to have your Purple Palace Coral Bells. I dont know if I have anything that would interest you. Take a look at my trade list and let me know.
Kathy


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RE: HAVE: Small plants for Brinnon

Hi Kitty. The Coral Bell (Purple Palace) plant is yours. I am interested in your Penstemon 'Black Bird' if it is still available. Boy from your plant lists..you have done really well. Congratulations! Will be happy to see you again..and boy(s) at the Swap. I have a full car or maybe we could pool..but perhaps another time.


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