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Posted by drtdgr z8PNWTacoma (My Page) on
Thu, Nov 1, 07 at 19:42

I can dig up some catmint 'Walker's Low', coreopsis 'Moonbeam', clary sage (Blue), geranium 'Stanhoe' and a purple geranium whose name escapes my memory if anyone is interested.

I also have carex buchanii (sp?) to give away. It's brown.

I have some Ribes 'Icicle', phorium 'Red Sensation', and 1 Joe Pye weed 'Chocolate' to trade.

See everyone soon, Susan (drtdgr)


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Nothing right now to trade (dahlias in the Spring) but would love the coreopsis if available.

Christine


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I would love some carex buchanii.


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Susan,
May I please have some of the Phormium and the Joe Pye Weed?
Let me know what I can offer you.

_Shilpa


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Susan,
I am interestd in your carex buchanii, Ribes'Icicle' and 'Red Sensation.' Have a look at my list and let me know if you would like to trade. Rachel


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Chris, I will bring the coreopsis for you. No trade needed.

Carla, I have your name on the carex.

Shilpa, I would love some of the dwarf hamelin and some black eyed susans for the phorium and Joe Pye.

Rachel, I'm bringing carex, Ribes and the phorium for you. I'll take the verbena and montbretia. Thanks! Susan


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Hi drtdgr,
Oh, I would also love some Clary Sage, I don't know how I missed it the first time....You are down for the Russian Sage.
Thanks, Carla


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Susan
i can bring you some lady ferns and something woodlandish--any requests?, for the stanhoe geranium and a start of coreopsis.
PNWJudy


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  • Posted by drtdgr z8PNWTacoma (My Page) on
    Fri, Nov 2, 07 at 14:46

No problem, Judy. I was just thinking I need some more ferns.

Ferns and I believe you have some extra pots? will be fine.

Susan


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Susan,
Have you down for 2 verbena and 1 montbretia. Rachel


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Susan,
I just realized I don't think I have anything listed by the name of Montbretia. Where did you see it at? Is there something else you would like? Rachel


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Susan,
I am such a dork! Hello, earth to Rachel Montbretia = Crocosmia. Can you tell I'm running around with my head cut off trying to get organized for tomorrow! I will put your name on some "Flamethrower."


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Susan,
I just dug up the "dwarf" (hee hee)Hamelen and BE Susans for you.
See you in the morning
-Shilpa


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Hi Susan,
If you still have some of the stanhoe geranium, could you share me some?
thank you.
Tita


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Susan, I see you were asking about Fatsia? I have a huge fatsia which usde to be a houseplant until it outgrew its pot and I threw it out in the yard. That was many years ago and it has grown to be about 15' X 15'; it is now in bloom and has made many babies. Is this what you are interested in?

Sorry I'm a bit late on this one...

Christine


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hi Susan
if you have coreopsis 'Moonbeam and phorium, I would love to get some. thanks


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  • Posted by drtdgr z8PNWTacoma (My Page) on
    Sat, Nov 3, 07 at 11:32

Three kitty, I have a geranium with your name on it.

Purplelotus, I have a small plant of Moonbeam and a phorium for you.

Christine, yes, please bring the fatsia baby! See you, Susan


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Eek! I got lost and came in at 11:00, found some of the people I had trades with, and then went to brugmansia class. My apologies to everyone I missed. I will overwinter the plants and hopefully we can meet in the spring. Sorry! Susan


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