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HAVE: for Newcastle Trade

Posted by treepalm z8WA (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 11, 08 at 21:42

Hello everyone,
Only a week to go! I finally got out and dug. Here's what I've potted up so far:

Peach flowering quince starts-cuttings from this year
Short red euphorbia-goes great with yellow sedum
Valerian officinalis-white flowering
corydalis lutea-I have more I can dig
black eyed susan
veronica-blue/purple flowers
golden borage-gets big
variegated tall sedum-cuttings from last spring
penstemon babies
strawberries-June and Tri-star-don't know which
coreopsis zagreb
ladies mantel
physostegia virginiana alba
sunflower lemon queen-let me know if you would like some

Teresa


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RE: HAVE: for Newcastle Trade

Hi Teresa, is your short red euphorbia, e. purpurea? Does it run? If not I would like one. I can bring you the coral bark maple for it. LMK Karen


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RE: HAVE: for Newcastle Trade

Hello Karen,
I don't know what the name of this one is. I've had it for 3 years. It started out with one stem, the second year it had 3 stems on this year it has grown to a small clump, less then a foot across. I bet I can find a picture of it, if you would like on.
Teresa


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RE: HAVE: for Newcastle Trade

Hi Teresa, here is a picture of the one I already have. I grow it in a pot because it runs. Is yours different from this one? If so, I will try it.

Euhphorbia purpurea


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RE: HAVE: for Newcastle Trade

Yes, it is much darker and redder. I also have a dark purple/gold Pacific coast iris that has spread enough to share if you would prefer that.
Teresa


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Newcastle plant trade

Hi Teresa, I would love to try one of your euphorbias. I have too many PC iris now so I will pass on that. I will bring you the maples. Thanks. Karen


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RE: HAVE: for Newcastle Trade

Hello Karen,
I'll put your name on one.
Teresa


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RE: HAVE: for Newcastle Trade

Hiya Teresa!
I'd love one of your quince cuttings, some veronica and sunflower lemon queen. I posted my list last weekend so let me know if there is anything I can bring you! Looking forward to see you next weekend.

Susan


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RE: HAVE: for Newcastle Trade

Teresa,

I'll try one of you quince. Let me know if you would like anything from my list.

Jacqueline


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RE: HAVE: for Newcastle Trade

Susan and Jacqueline,
I have you down!
Teresa


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RE: HAVE: for Newcastle Trade

I'd love some of your euphorbia, too! Let me know if you see anything you'd like from my trade list.

Here is a link that might be useful: jools' trade list


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RE: HAVE: for Newcastle Trade

If you have any left, I'd love some Veronica,corydalis lutea, & the physostegia virginiana alba.


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