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HAVE: For Lake Tapps/Bonney Lake

Posted by andreab 8 (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 7, 07 at 17:56

Orange Daylilies
Blue Platycodon
William Guiness Columbines (several)
Christa Barlow Columbines (several)
Rocky Mountain Columbines (several)
double purple columbines (several)
Oenothera versicolor Sunset Boulevard Evening Primrose
Pink delphinium


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RE: HAVE: For Lake Tapps/Bonney Lake

Andrea, can I have a couple evening primrose? What can I bring for you?
Teresa


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RE: HAVE: For Lake Tapps/Bonney Lake

Of course Teresa! Could I have a couple scabiosa 'Dark Prince'?

thanks,
Andrea


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RE: HAVE: For Lake Tapps/Bonney Lake

Sure Andrea,
Teresa


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RE: HAVE: For Lake Tapps/Bonney Lake

I'd like some pink delphinium please! I've got some really hard to find named hosta (can't remember what they are just now)and some ferns including applecort, japanese painted, and autumn. As well as some purple unnamed heuchera, bronzel fennel, blue fescua, ajuga, red knautia, and oregano (golden and regular).


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RE: HAVE: For Lake Tapps/Bonney Lake

Hi Jacqueline,

I have 2 pink delphinium I'll put your name on, I have 2 others that I'm not sure of the color...I think they're white, but not 100% would you like those too? I'd love a hosta!

thanks,
Andrea


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RE: HAVE: For Lake Tapps/Bonney Lake

andrea,

Sure, white would be great as I have a purple, pink, white garden bed. I'll bring you a couple of hosta.


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RE: HAVE: For Lake Tapps/Bonney Lake

Hi Andrea, is there anything on my list that interests you? I was wondering if you have any William Guiness Columbines left? Thanks!
- Tom


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RE: HAVE: For Lake Tapps/Bonney Lake

Hi Tom,

Do I have any left? I have so many columbines I can't eat on my patio table and summer's over so they need to find homes!!! I have 5 of the William Guiness, how many would you like? (5 yes?)

I'd like to try a cape fuschia. If you can spare some seeds of C. aramdi, evergreen clematis I'd love to have some.

Would you like some Blue Butterfly Dwarf Delphinium? Slugs (or some other creature) ate every blasted leaf off of every seedling & plant of these that I put out this year and I must have planted at least 30. I have two left in pots that I won't feed to those culprits.

thanks!
Andrea


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RE: HAVE: For Lake Tapps/Bonney Lake

Sure, I'd love to have them if no one else wants them. I think I'll pass though on the dwarf delphinium. I've been concentrating on the tall ones and don't want to get the genes all mixed up more than I have to. :)
I'll bring you a division of the cape fuschia.
- Tom


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