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HAVE: 2013 Kelso Trade Plant List

Posted by bejoy2 8 (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 27, 13 at 16:01

Mom and I will have some Jack-in-the-pulpit (Arisaema triphyllum) for pre-arranged trade. If you want one, let me know, or you won't get one. We are also bringing lots of free plants, mostly in 4" pots, which may or may not include: sweet woodruff, Lamium 'White Nancy', Lamium ' Pink Pewter', Husker red penstemon, Johnny jump-up, assorted sedums, hen and chick, golden creeping jenny, columbine, primrose, strawberry, periwinkle, sword fern, English ivy 'Needlepoint', autumn joy sedum, Prunella 'Loveliness Blue', potentilla, dianthus. I also have 2.5" pots of kenilworth ivy and Irish moss. I'm trying to bring small quantities of a large variety of plants, so if you see something you want, make sure to let me know so I can be sure to bring enough.


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RE: HAVE: 2013 Kelso Trade Plant List

I'd love the arisaema triphyllum. I could dig up more native bleeding hearts if you want more, some anemone nemorosa, plain Jane iris (not a variety, just some purple ones!), or something! I have committed myself to not digging the day of the trade this time around!


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RE: HAVE: 2013 Kelso Trade Plant List

i would love a purple anemone. I will set aside a Jack-in-the-pulpit for you. The ones I have set aside for the trade are still small, and may not form a spathe and spadix until next year. I'll look around for some larger ones.


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