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HAVE: Plants for Brinnon trade this Saturday, April 23rd

Posted by KellieD Coastal Oregon (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 18, 05 at 20:31

Siberian iris (lav/wine?) 3 single fan divisions
Definitely DDG!! Saw this in bloom in a display garden and it knocked my socks off! Fortunately they were kind enough to let me dig some.

Hosta (green leaf with deep veining) 5 healthy plants.
Quite nice even when it isn't blooming. Please ignore the wrinkles and crinkles where DH walked on it!

Gooseberry 2 layered branches/plants
These are from the well-established bush of the spinster sisters that live next door. Great neighbors!

Blueberries 2 well-layered plants.
These have the tiny blueberries that are the best for putting in muffins, pancakes, ice cream. YUM!!

Rhubarb small divisions of an unknown variety
Found this clump along the fence at our new place where someone had clearly forgotten about it. Lost in tall grass with a spruce tree planted almost on top of it. If it wants to live that bad, I'll help it out!

Choisya ternata 'Sundance' 2 available
Golden leaf evergreen shrub that thrives in hot,dry areas. Good for difficult areas. Added bonus that it blooms with a very fragrant blossom


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RE: HAVE: Plants for Brinnon trade this Saturday, April 23rd

Kellie, I'd love one of your iris. What can I bring you?
Robin


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RE: HAVE: Plants for Brinnon trade this Saturday, April 23rd

Kellie,
I would love some blueberries and an iris. What are you looking for? You might be surprised what I have! Then again I'm talking to you (a REAL plant collector), so maybe not, LOL.
Teresa


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RE: HAVE: Plants for Brinnon trade this Saturday, April 23rd

Kellie,
I have nothing to trade, but if you have any hosta left after your trades I would like one. Thanks!
Susan


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RE: HAVE: Plants for Brinnon trade this Saturday, April 23rd

Just sent you email!
-Shilpa


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RE: HAVE: Plants for Brinnon trade this Saturday, April 23rd

Susan, the hosta is yours. Sure you only want one?
Shilpa, I'll make sure Treepalm gets the two choisya to you.
Robin and Teresa, just bring me a piece of your favorites!

Still have one iris, four hosta, one blueberry, two gooseberries and some rhubarb left. Newbies, please don't be shy!


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Going, going.............

The iris and choisya have all been spoken for.


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RE: HAVE: Plants for Brinnon trade this Saturday, April 23rd

Hi Kellie,

Could I have the remaining blueberry?! Dang...came online late today...missed out on that iris!

Is the rhubarb flesh green or red? I'm looking for red.

Thanks,

Patrick


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RE: HAVE: Plants for Brinnon trade this Saturday, April 23rd

Patrick, the blueberry is yours. Rhubarb flesh is red.


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RE: HAVE: Plants for Brinnon trade this Saturday, April 23rd

Kellie,
I would be more than happy to take a gooseberry off your hands and a rhubarb. Take a look at my trade list ( have lots of seedlings not listed) and see what I can bring ya.

Kathy


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RE: HAVE: Plants for Brinnon trade this Saturday, April 23rd

  • Posted by KellieD Coastal Oregon (My Page) on
    Tue, Apr 19, 05 at 10:28

Hi, Kathy

How about a lychnis coronaria and a bleeding heart if you have it?
Gooseberry and rhubarb have your name on them!


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RE: HAVE: Plants for Brinnon trade this Saturday, April 23rd

Hi Kellie,

Yum..red rhubarb! If you have a chunk left...may I?

Have any interest in brugmansias or daturas? I have a rooted brug and some datura seedlings...happy to share!

Patrick


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RE: HAVE: Plants for Brinnon trade this Saturday, April 23rd

Kellie,
No problem, they have your name on them.
Kathy


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RE: HAVE: Plants for Brinnon trade this Saturday, April 23rd

Hi Kellie, If you have any rhubarb left I would certainly appreciate one. Too late in the year to find them at nurseries.
I have mostly shade items, hostas and tall while irises, and some Lily of the valley. Let me know if anything sounds good to you. Thanks
Sharon


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RE: HAVE: Plants for Brinnon trade this Saturday, April 23rd

  • Posted by KellieD Coastal Oregon (My Page) on
    Wed, Apr 20, 05 at 20:38

Sharon, could you spare something for the shade?? Other than that, I am wide open. I'll bring the rhubarb to Brinnon!


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RE: HAVE: Plants for Brinnon trade this Saturday, April 23rd

Kellie, do you need more Lychnis? I have some red (magenta?) ones.

Balraj


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RE: HAVE: Plants for Brinnon trade this Saturday, April 23rd

  • Posted by KellieD Coastal Oregon (My Page) on
    Thu, Apr 21, 05 at 10:24

Balraj, I would love some more lychnis. Thanks!


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