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HAVE: For Issaquah....Babies anyone?

Posted by andreab 8 (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 19, 07 at 16:22

I have some wintersown seedling babies that need homes. They all have their 1st or 2nd set of true leaves and were sown outside, so they're just fine outdoors.

Deliphinium grandiflorum 'Blue Butterfly'
Penstemon smallii 'Violet Dusk'
Ratibida columnifera, Mexican hat
Amsonia
Chasmanthium latifolium, Northern sea oats
Dianthus deltoides, Maiden Pinks Brilliancy
Polemonium coeruleum, Jacob's ladder

-Andrea


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RE: HAVE: For Issaquah....Babies anyone?

Andrea,
I would love a Deliphinium grandiflorum 'blue butterfly' and a penstemon smallii 'violet dusk'. I hope to post haves list in a couple days.
Teresa
OH, and didn't you want some lungwort?


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I would like some Delphiniums. Please see My Page for what I have that you may like.

Balraj


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Hi Andrea, I would like to try 2 of your penstemons. Most of mine died last winter so I need to start over. Thanks! Karen


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Hi Andrea,
If there's a couple Penstemons left, I'd like them...
See you at the swap!

~Lisa


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If you have extra for newbies, I would love dianthus,Penstemon and Jacob's ladder. thanks


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I've got plants set aside for everyone who's asked.

Theresa - yes I'd love some lungwort
Balraj - Could I have some sedum tricolor?

I still have plenty more for anyone else that's interested...??


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Andrea, I will bring you the sedum

Balraj


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  • Posted by drtdgr z8PNWTacoma (My Page) on
    Fri, Apr 20, 07 at 19:43

Andrea, I'd like the penstemon, if there's any left, pinks, oat grass, and amsonia. I have phorium (I think) Red Sensation, geranium pyrenaicum 'Bill Wallis', a prolific purple bloomer, and miscanthus sinensis 'Yaku Jima' in return. Susan (drtdgr)


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Andrea, Do you have any pinks left? I just noticed them and I need plants for edging my raised beds.
Thanks,
Teresa


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EVERYONE: I have lots of babies left so please speak up & of course I'll bring extras to the trade too.

drtdgr (Susan): I've got your babies set aside and yes please on the "in returns" !

Teresa, I'll bring you a bunch of the pinks. They're still fairly small so you can separate them if you want to spread them out.

thanks,
Andrea


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Hi Andrea... I would *love* some dianthus and polemonium babies!


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