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have: gunnera manicata and other freebies.

Posted by greenelephant Woodinville WA (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 6, 07 at 13:47

These plants are surplus that I'd like to give away rather than throwing them on the compost heap.

Gunnera manicata seedlings, about 200 in a flat, very tiny, just getting their first true leaf.

Heliopsis helianthoides seedlings. Two, one-gallon pots about 50 plants per pot. Need to be transplanted soon.

Campanula rotundifolia - bluebell bellflower starts in 4-inch pots; 50 pots.

Arisarum proboscideum - mouse plant, in 25, 4-inch pots.

Some unknown green dwarf bamboo in gallon pots, about a dozen pots. These are best grown contained as they run rampantly.

Brugmansia rooted cuttings in one gallon pots. About a dozen.

Give me a call.
Jim Eichner
425-223-7249


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RE: have: gunnera manicata and other freebies.

Jim
I would love to share in your green thumb success.
Please do not compost your seedlings.
Judy


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RE: have: gunnera manicata and other freebies.

Hi Jim
I would love some of campanula, heliopsis and bamboo. please let me know where/when can I them pick up.
thanks and have a nice summer!


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RE: have: gunnera manicata and other freebies.

June 19,

I have a few Brugmansias left, the bamboo, and the Heliopsis seedlings.

Regards,

Jim Eichner
GreenElephant
425-223-7249 Cell


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All gone


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  • Posted by akebia 8 Western WA (My Page) on
    Sun, Jul 22, 07 at 3:13

Hi, Jim:

I'd love some Arisarum proboscideum if they're still available. Have always admired them.

And I know I can make a brug or two happy on my enclosed porch over the winter. Ahhh, that fragrance.

As for Gunnera manicata, I've always wanted one but just couldn't imagine where I could really fit it and give it enough water. Think it'd work in a giant pot (3' high and about the same across)? Or maybe its own, personal-size bog?

Sure I can't tempt you with a trade or at least a latte at the Molbak's coffee shop? I have lots of stuff not on my list at the moment that might intrigue, like a pile of Clerodendron trichotomum seedlings, etc.

Thanks.

Cindy
mercurial626@hotmail.com


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