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HAVE: For Kelso/Longview swap - May 15

Posted by barbe_wa SW WA Zone 8 (My Page) on
Sun, May 9, 10 at 22:43

This is a partial listof what I have to trade:
Tomatoes (seedlings)
Sungold
Early Girl
Reisetomat
4th of July
Delphiniums
Candy lilies
Sarcocca
Hollyhocks (seedlings)
White sea holly
Sweet cicely
Chives
Parsley (seedlings)
Onions
Lemon thyme
Elephant garlic
Columbines to dig
Sweet woodruff to dig
Perennial geraniums to divide
Lots of sedum
Rock cress
Some more seedlings:
Sunflowers
Echinacea
Lettuce
Mesclun
Cardoon
Asclepias
Calendula
Quantities of most of these are limited so speak up! We hope to see a lot of you here.


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RE: HAVE: For Kelso/Longview swap - May 15

  • Posted by bejoy2 Z8, Seattle, WA (My Page) on
    Mon, May 10, 10 at 22:17

I would love some cardoon, rock cress, candy lilies, and white sea holly. Mom and I will be bringing false lily-of-the-valley (Mianthemum dilatatum) for Don. I'm also going to look for some other native shade plants for his native area. Check my list and see if I have anything you would like. See you on Saturday!
Tammy


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RE: HAVE: For Kelso/Longview swap - May 15

Tammy, I'll put your name on all that. Do you or your mom happen to have any more blue star creeper? It looks like what you gave us last year froze out in that colder than normal winter we had.


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RE: HAVE: For Kelso/Longview swap - May 15

  • Posted by bejoy2 Z8, Seattle, WA (My Page) on
    Fri, May 14, 10 at 23:57

Sorry, no. Bonnie brought that for you, and I haven't been able to get in touch with her about coming to this trade. But Mom is bringing a fringecup for Don's native area in addition to the false lily-of-the-valley.


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