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WANTED: Please see my list (Jacksonville)

Posted by love_the_yard z9A Jax FL (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 21, 12 at 13:57

Hi folks and happy early Spring! I am looking for cuttings, starts or offsets of the plants listed below. (I have had terrible luck with seeds and am giving up on them.) If it works, I would love to trade with someone in the Jacksonville/Northeast Florida area.

Alocasia 'Plumbea Nigra'
Alocasia 'Portadora'
Colocasia 'Mojito'
Brazillian Red Cloak
Pink Texas Skullcap (Scutellaria suffrutescens)
Oakleaf Hydrangea
Clerodendrum bungei
Abyssinian Banana (Ensete ventricosum, ornamental banana)
Brugmansia Pink Charm, or any true pink brug. (I have a peach-colored one.)

I will have lots of things to offer in trade, although some plants have not yet come back from winter. This is a rough "inventory" of all of my plants.
Amaryllis - many different varieties and colors
Agapanthus (Lily of the Nile), white and blue
Daylilies, many different varieties
Peruvian Daffodil (Spider Lily)
Flax Lily (looks like aztec grass)
Pink Polkadot Plant
Aztec grass
Rain Lily (pink)
Camellias (many different varieties)
Rose of Sharon (Althea) (double pink, double purple)
Shrimp Plant Fruit Cocktail
Firespike (purple)
Roses (many different varieties)
Firespike (red)
Yesterday-Today-Tomorrow (Brunfelisa, March bloomer)
Indian Hawthorne (Eleanor Tabor - pink)
Azaelea (florist)
Brugmansia (angel trumpet) - peach, double white
Canna - many different varieties
Jacobinia/Justicia/Flamingo - pink
Jacobinia/Justicia/Flamingo - white
Poinsettia - Pick Me Pink, Red, RazzleDazzle
Datura (angel trumpet) - double-purple
Plumeria - several different colors
Jatropha integerrima, peregrina, red
Texas Star hibiscus, red
Redbud Tree
Japanese Maple
Sago palm
Potato vine - lime green
Potato vine - dark purple
White/Red Bleeding Heart
Pink/Purple Bleeding Heart
Gloriosa Lily
Passion vine - Lady Margaret
Foxtail Fern
Billbergia nutans (bromeliad)
Ponytail Palm
Pencil Cactus
Aptenia (Baby Sunrose/Ice Plant), pink
Bouganvilla - pink
Sedum (yellow)
Crown of Thorns - rose pink
Portulacaria afra (elephant's foot)
Jade plant
Kalanchoe - several different varieties
Orchid Cactus (Epiphyllum) - several different varieties
Christmas Cactus (Schlumbergera) - several different varieties
Begonia - dragon wing - dark pink
Begonia - cane, angel wing - light pink
Spider Plant (curly - Bonnie Sue)
Dracena Lemon-Lime
Arrowhead Strawberry Cream
Everglades Currant Tomato
Crinum Ellen Bosanquet
Weeping willow tree
Live Oak
Willow Oak
Redbud Tree
Dogwood Tree
Loquat Tree
Green Ash
Red Maple
Southern Magnolia
Crape Myrtle
Canary Island Date Palm
Orange Trees, three different varieties
Creeping Jenny
Shooting Stars, Purple Star, Pseuderanthemum laxiflorum
Knockout Rose

Carol M. in Jacksonville

Follow-Up Postings:

RE: WANTED: Please see my list (Jacksonville)

Blown away with the list you have, I am 50 miles west of Gainesville & have the oakleaf hydrangea which i could post, in return i am interested in the plumeria cuttings, Many thanks Frank

RE: WANTED: Please see my list (Jacksonville)

Frank, the list only seems big because it includes everything. I was surprised, too, when I decided to make it, but I think most people on this forum have wayyyyy more than me. Mine is really a little colllection and mostly common stuff. I would love to send you plumie cuttings but mine are way too small. I lost a whole bunch of them in winter 2010/2011 and only have four tiny ones remaining. I guess I should really update the list to include only stuff I can trade. My apologies!


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