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WANTED: for Bonney Lake,

Posted by treepalm z8WA (My Page) on
Mon, May 1, 06 at 2:12

I'm raising my garden beds and would like to soften the walls with plants that will drape over the edges, but not take over the garden for full sun. Any suggestions that you can trade me?


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RE: WANTED: for Bonney Lake,

I have a phlox subulata in a pale lavender. Mine creeps over the raised rock area.


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RE: WANTED: for Bonney Lake,

I can bring you some wooly thyme if you don't aleady have some. Let me know..I already have some potted up.


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RE: WANTED: for Bonney Lake,

Thanks! I would like some of each.

Elaine, I'll go see what kind of violets I can find for you.

Susan, did you find any calla lilies yet?


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RE: WANTED: for Bonney Lake,

Hi Teresa, I am bringing a small trade of Saponaria ocymoides. Would you like it? Michele


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RE: WANTED: for Bonney Lake,

Yes, thanks, Michele. I emailed you.
Teresa


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RE: WANTED: for Bonney Lake,

I think I might be getting a white Calla at Shoreline, but I can always use more. Would you like the Wooly Thyme? My dog really likes it for some reason! Need to get the pots out of here haha.


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RE: WANTED: for Bonney Lake,

Thanks Susan, I would like some Wooly thyme. I can bring you a white calla and I will check on the other colors and see if I have any extra. I don't know what color they are, as some of them didn't winter over and I didn't get them labelled.
Teresa


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RE: WANTED: for Bonney Lake,

Sounds great Teresa. Color doesn't really matter to me. I like surprises!

Been thinking about you this week. The geranium macrorrhizum you gave me (that I divided into many many plants) is beginning to bloom for the first time. Such a nice rich shade of pink! I love it.


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RE: WANTED: for Bonney Lake,

Teresa
Could you use some Silene maritima 'RobinWhite Breast', or do you already have some?


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RE: WANTED: for Bonney Lake,

Plantknitter, I would love some! What can I bring you? I just potted up some silene laciniata-Jack Flash that I started from seed. They are very small, but I could bring you one.
Thanks,
Teresa


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