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HAVE: my newcastle have list --finally

Posted by plantknitter 8 (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 20, 06 at 13:17

Ok here are some of the things that are potted I can bring if anyone wants them.
I have lots more I can dig, but the time factor is not too good, but ask anyway.
Frank and I are both coming.
Have we gotten directions yet? It is this Sat the 23rd, right? (not the 16th?)

Lonicera ciliosa--native honeysuckle
Plieoblastus viridistriatus--dwarf variegated bamboo
Duchesnia indica--false indian strawberry
Saxifraga 'London Pride'
Alchemilla mollis- lady's mantle
Astrantia major- mostly white or very pale pink
Crocosmia -orange
ordinary siberian iris
Sambucus 'guincho purple' -1
Euphorbia characias
Euphorbia griffithii
Clematis recta purpurea - 1
various other hardy geraniums
various other saxifragas

If you email back, please use: jbracik AT msn DOT com
thanks, PNWJudy

Oh, and there was something I wanted in trade, but I can't remember what it is right now.


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RE: HAVE: my newcastle have list --finally

Hello Judy,
I am interested in your Clematis recta purpurea, Euphorbia griffithii, and various other hardy geraniums. What can I bring you?
Teresa


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Oh, oh, the dwarf bamboo please! Does it spread - doesn't matter, that's what containers are for.
Judy, what can I bring for you?
-Shilpa


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I'd love the Sambucus. And maybe some of the saxifragas. Thanks.


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I would like to have the honey suckle and Euphorbia characias. Take a look at my have list and let me know if you are interested.

Sangeeta


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Lonicera ciliosa, please!!! PLEASE!!! PLEASE!!! (I'm a good beggar)


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Oh, I would like a Lonicera ciliosa, too, please! Missed it the first time. Yes, the trade is the 23rd.
Teresa


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Hi Judy, please consider me for even a tiny pc. of Plieoblastus. I'm very keen on Euphorbias lately too.

I have hundreds more plants than I have listed so please lmk what you might be looking for and I'll check around the garden for something to tempt you with.

Laura


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Can I have the Crocosmia and some saxifragas if you have left please? Let me know if you want anything from my small tradelist I am put together.
~ Madhu


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Hi Judy I would be interested in any saxifrages you have potted up. Also would it be possible to get a cutting from your clematis purpurea and I will try and root it. Please check my trade list and let me know what I can bring you. Thanks! Karen


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Ok --some of the saxifrages and Hardy geraniums will be in flats to help yourselves.
otherwise I have you all down for these;--

Ruth--Sambucus, Lonicera, Saxifrages
Teresa--Clematis recta, Euphorbia griffithii, Lonicera, geraniums,
Shilpa--bamboo
Doris--Lonicera
Laura--Bamboo, Euphorbia(s) Hydrangea 'Mandshurica' cutting if I can find a reasonable piece from the small plant.
Madhu--Crocosmia, saxifrages
Karen--Saxifragas, Clematis purpurea cutting ,gallon pots, and a surprise


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Woohoo! Thank you Judy. Please don't worry about the cutting too much, I'm very happy with the others!
Now, how about a few hints of plants you are looking for.
Laura


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Thanks, Judy! Now about those hints...
Teresa


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Hmmm......What do I need.......

How about some help coming over and helping me decide where to plant what I have, and then helping yourself to more from here??

Hint, Hint...?

Seriously though, (but the above is serious too),
the PUD came through and i had to dig a lot of my front border out, more died where they dug and what i dug in the heat of summer also died.

So I have to redo the whole front--it was time anyway.
I lost a beautiful Carex testacea --orange sedge and some golden oregano so a start of those whould be great.
and I think I asked for some mint from someone.


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I have variegated pineapple mint and candy mint, as well as regular mint that I am tearring out right now. Any of those sound good?
Teresa


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I'd just like some mint that I can use for cooking, isn't there mint in some greek flavorings, and how about mojitos?, I guess it's the kind with smooth, not hairy, leaves--is that peppermint?


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Hi Judy, thanks for the goodies. I have golden oregano that I could bring you. Anything else? Thanks! Karen


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Hi Judy,
I have a Carex testacea for you. I'll bring a surprise too.
Laura


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I'm probably too late but would love astrantia if you have any left. Hopefully I will have something you need! Thanks
Susan


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I'm new to the GardenWeb, but I have been to several trades with my Mom, Marie (Bejoy). I don't have a lot to trade - it's mostly my Mom that does the trading, and I get a lot of stuff from her. But she doesn't have the native honeysuckle, and I would love some! I have been trying to propagate it from cuttings from my neighbor's yard, without luck. I have yucca, filbert tree seedlings, a couple of young cedar trees, red hot pokers, and not much more.


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