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WANTED: Stonecrop varieties, Agastache & border perennials

Posted by judysgardens z7-8PNW (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 9, 07 at 16:02

I was looking at some plants online and wonder if anyone has any Agastaches, Orange Flare, Ava, or other varieties. Also, some of the Stonecrop varieties like Samuel Oliphant or Mediovariegata. They are really cool looking. I'm also looking for some summer flowering border perennials.

I think you all know me by now :) and that I don't have much to trade yet but I think I'm going to have some of the following:

Ajuga
Corcican Mint (lots)
Hardy Geranium
1 Lady's Mantle
Woolly Thyme
Rugosa Rose
Japanese Anemone

I have a couple ground covers that I don't know the names of. One is kind of succulent green rosebud-like foilage. Spreads quickly, has little yellow flowers all over it in June-July and turns redish in fall.

Also, a fast spreading violet variety with purple leaves and pinkish flowers.

Thanks,
Judy


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RE: WANTED: Stonecrop varieties, Agastache & border perennials

Hi, Judy! I have Rose Campion for bright magenta summer blooms that will fill in your borders for sure. I'd love to have Japanese anemone. :)


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RE: WANTED: Stonecrop varieties, Agastache & border perennials

Judy,

I have some winter sown Astrantia Major "Ruby wedding", a nice part shade plant, and some pink asters in a silvery pink. I could use some wooly thyme.
Sara
hadleyweed


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RE: WANTED: Stonecrop varieties, Agastache & border perennials

Thanks Jools42, I can bring you Japanese Anenome for your Rose Champions.

And, Sara, I would love to have some Astrantia Major "Ruby wedding" and will bring you some wooly thyme.

See you at the trade!
Judy


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