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HAVE: for June 27 trade & a couple wants.

Posted by plantknitter 8 (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 22, 09 at 11:56

Time to get serious here.

HAVE for trade:
Lots of standard green Acer palmatums
Decaisnea fargesii /insignis starts
Agastache koreana
small corsican hellebore starts
Chamaecyparis lawsoniana
Aconitum sp.- early summer blooming
Eupatorium Gateway divisions
a couple non- hardy "white gingers" Hedychium vs. Zingiber - would love for someone to id this--Flora?, Lisa?

and tons! of Echium pininana or wildpretti seedlings from my blooming specimum last year. there will be pots so you can help me weed them out.

Also lots, I mean lots! of 1 gallon and 3 inch pots.
And lots of odds and ends.

WANTED:
very little, slap me if I accept more things I won't get around to planting, please.
But if anyone has these I'm game for more:
Carex 'The Beatles'- I know right where I'll put this
Variegated Luzula sylvatica.
Black Mondo grass
Dwarf Mondo grass
autumn fern


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RE: HAVE: for June 27 trade & a couple wants.

Judy,

Could you save me a diviosn or two of E. maculatum Gateway?
I am bringing you black mondo grasss!
See you soon!


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RE: HAVE: for June 27 trade & a couple wants.

Judy,
I can bring you a nice big pot of the variegated Luzula, and possible the carex---I'll check the greenhouse.
I'm not too sharp on Zingiberaceae, but there's a good book on just that, and I'll see if the library has it available....
Looking forward to seeing y'all! :o)

~L


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RE: HAVE: for June 27 trade & a couple wants.

  • Posted by cathyj USDA-8 West WA (My Page) on
    Mon, Jun 22, 09 at 22:16

Hi Judy,

Like Lisa, I'll have to check on the Carex. But I have the Dwarf Mondo grass and autumn fern.

I'd love some of the Echium starts, as well as Decaisnea fargesii /insignis and Eupatorium Gateway.

I have waffled about attending (largely due to my knee replacement and ankle injury), but the thought of not being around plants each weekend is just too much for me to bear! LOL I'll know I'll have to find some way to break the habit, but not just yet! (For those who don't know, I used to work weekends at Steamboat Island Nursery, which closed - permanently - this past weekend to on-site retail sales.)

I don't know if I'll get a list posted, as I have not been able to do much of anything in the garden, but I'll see what if anything I can get dug in time.

I look forward to seeing everyone agin after way too many years!

Cathy
Olympia


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RE: HAVE: for June 27 trade & a couple wants.

Hi Judy, I have carex "the Beatles" for you. It's all potted up already. I am looking forward to the swap. It sounds like we are going to have a good turn out. Karen


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RE: HAVE: for June 27 trade & a couple wants.

I've got more Black Mondo Grass, if you need it.


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RE: HAVE: for June 27 trade & a couple wants.

Yay, CathyJ! Yay, Doris! What fun to see you both again---at Judy's, no less!
I've decided to cut back on the prearranged trades, and just bring a bunch of cool plants that need good homes.
I look forward too seeing you ALL!

~L


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RE: HAVE: for June 27 trade & a couple wants.

I have black mondo grass if you want even more. I'd love a start of the Eupatorium and maybe Aconitum.

Brody


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RE: HAVE: for June 27 trade & a couple wants.

Hi Judy - I would love one of your acer palmatums and a corsican hellebore start. Unfortunately I don't have anything on your want list. - Sabrina


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