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have: have: for green elephant

Posted by alaskanamazon 6 (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 6, 09 at 14:30

I have Horehound and Motherwort plants. Anyone interested? I'm trying to get an idea how many to bring.

I also have carnivorous plants, mostly Sarracenia (which is hardy) and Pinguicula (indoor-only). But they require special care so I'm not sure how many people would be interested in them.


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RE: have: have: for green elephant

Hi - I would love to have a horehound and a motherwort, check my trade list and post and let me know if you would like anything. Thanks, Kelly


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RE: have: have: for green elephant

I am happy to have some of your Sarracenia. I've got a couple of carnivorous plant gardens and have room that needs filling. I have plenty of pinguiculas, though. Actually, I have several kinds of pinguiculas. Are you interested in having some miniatures in trade for the
Sarracenia?


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RE: have: have: for green elephant

Cool, another PacNW CP'er! I've been growing carnivorous plants for over 15 years now so I have TONS.

What kind of Sarracenia are you looking for? I have extras of purpurea, minor, psittacina, and some complex leucophylla hybrids.

I have hundreds of mexican pinguicula.. roughly a dozen different species or varieties.

I also have some extra hardy sundew plants - Drosera rotundifolia and filiformis var filiformis. They are down to dormant buds now. I also have seeds of both Drosera if anyone is interested.


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RE: have: have: for green elephant - CP Trade

Oh, one question pixydish .. miniature what?


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RE: have: have: for green elephant

hi,
I would love to have a horehound and motherwort. Please take a look at my list if there is anything you want.
Thank you,
Tita


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RE: have: have: for green elephant

  • Posted by bejoy2 Z8, Seattle, WA (My Page) on
    Fri, Nov 6, 09 at 21:19

My Mom and I would like a motherwort, please. One for each of us, if you have enough to spare, or one we can divide. I would also like a horehound, please. In exchange, I can dig up a start of Arisarum proboscideum (Mouse Plant). Please also check both of our previous posts for additional offerings.
Thanks,
Bejoy and Bejoy2


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RE: have: have: for green elephant

Bejoy, I put your names on the plants you requested. I sent you an e-mail about it.. hope it gets through.

Kellycomposter - would love to trade for hosta seeds or chocolate mint, whichever you prefer

threekittygarden- I had a hard time making heads or tails of your plant list. But I should have plenty of plants available for trade..


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RE: have: have: for green elephant

The 'miniature' is Pinguicula esseriana. It stays quite small and grows more slowly than any of the others I have. The other one I have that might interest you is Ping. x 'John Rizzi' . You very likely have all the other ones that I have.
I'll take just about any of the Sarracenia that you care to divide. I've been growing them only for about 3 years, so I'm way behind you! But I love them. I have one little bog in the garden and one in a large planter. The one in the garden was getting crowded this year, so I divided stuff and started another one. Now I have plenty of room.
I'd also be interested in a sundew if it's hardy. I have the D. filiformis (rats, I was going to offer you one of those. I have several now as they do grow nicely in the greenhouse)

Don't forget to look at my list! I'd love to bring you some plants.


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RE: have: have: for green elephant

hi alaskanamazon
if it is not too late, I will want one of your Sarracenia
thanks
purplelotus


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RE: have: have: for green elephant

pixydish - I do have those Pings, but I would love to trade the Sarrs for a Smokebush seedling and or a Hosta start if you still have any.

Purplelotus - I will have plenty of Sarracenia :-)


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Seeds

I'll also be bringing seeds to the swap -

Blanket Flower 'Granada'
Calendula 'Touch of Red'
Calendula 'Pacific Beauty'
Echinacea 'White Swan'
Marigold 'Ground Control'
Aztec Tobacco
Standing Cypress Ipomopsis rubra


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RE: have: have: for green elephant

I will bring you Hosta 'earth angel' and some baby smoke trees. I just realized that some of the baby trees offer different fall colors than the parents. They are all really nice dark orange or reddish. Some have the yellow as well. I'll bring a selection and see if the leaves will stay on for another day.


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RE: have: have: for green elephant

I will bring chocolate mint and a few different kinds of hosta seeds. Can I also get some seeds of Blanket Flower 'Granada'? Thanks, Kelly


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RE: have: have: for green elephant

Cool Stuff!


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