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HAVE: My tradelists

Posted by forestrose 6 (My Page) on
Sun, May 11, 08 at 6:07

I had submitted my tradelists, but they disappeared somehow.
Probably my unreliable computer. But, here they are.

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To contact me, or learn more about me, see my member page.

Seeds I have to trade:
Canna edulis
Canna, others
Roses, too many to list here
Other seeds - hundreds; too many to list, just ask

Seeds I am looking for:
Coffea sp.

Plants I have to trade:
Dutchmen's Breeches, pink and white flowered
Maidenhair Fern
Male Fern
Trout lily: white with pale pink flowers and heavily purple mottled foliage
Solomon's Seal
Variagated Solomon's Seal
Peonies; too many to list
Roses; ditto
Purple Sessile Trillium
Purle foliaged clover, hardy to zone 5
****Terrestrial Orchid, Aplectrum hyemale. Very rare. Native. Easy to care for. Will only trade a few to maintain the balance in my woodland habitat. and only for a really special trade.
Gooseneck Loosestrife
Heirloom Daffodil, 1620, N. telemonius plenus. naturalizes well and each bulb mutates at will. All are very double; some are all yellow, some look like peonies on a bad hair day with white, green and yellow petals.
Heirloom Daffodil N. actaea. Orig. "Poets' Daffodil.
Bluebells, Virginia - Mertensis virginica
gentain blue native fragrant woodland phlox. 18 in. tall.
Bamboo, Yellow-groove
Native red & yellow columbine
groundnut - Apios americana - few trades
Variety german bearded Iris
Lime Balm
Lg. variety ornamental grasses
Cannas: Cleopatra, Black Knight, Journey's End, Bengal Tiger, few trades of each
Saffron Crocus-limited number
French Shallot bulblets
Plume Poppy - Macleaya cordata
Lemon balm
Surprize Lily - Lycoris sqamigera
Giant Butterbur - Petasites japonica var. 'Gigantia'
Garlic Mustard - Alliaria sp.
Several types of Cryptanthus
Hoya, Mexican rope
Many more; too many to list; just ask!

Plants I am looking for:
Thalia sp,
fragrant Amer. Water Lily
Trillium grandiflorum
other trullium
Dahlias: purples, cactus forms, tempt me.
water lilies, minis - hardy
Lotus, hardy
water hyacinth
BULBS! Tempt me!

Follow-Up Postings:

RE: HAVE: My tradelists

What kind of cattail are you looking for? I have some that grows wild in my ponds and am trying desperately to get rid of, I do still have some that have not been poisoned yet.

RE: HAVE: My tradelists

All types, actually. I'd be happy to help take some off of your hands.... :-) Is there anything on my tradelists you're interested in? Please post your reply here; my email is giving me fits just now.


RE: HAVE: My tradelists

Any type....reply here, my email's throwing fits again.

RE: HAVE: My tradelists

What kind of lilies are you looking for?

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