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WANTED: Herb plants for elementary school gardens

Posted by girlsingardens zone 5 NE (My Page) on
Mon, May 5, 08 at 0:06

Our school has started doing a garden in an area surrounding the playground. I am working with our community garden group to try and add an herb garden for the kids to enjoy. I am looking for the following:

Lavenders
thymes
oragano
mints
sages

I have a lot to trade, if you look at my post about extras from our plant swap, or email me and I can give you a list. of what I have extra.

Here is a partial list
Lambs ear
Salvia- dark purple blooming
miniature dark purple iris
Pink, 2 tone yellow, peach, and white with peach falls iris
hens and chicks
variety packs of 10 sedums
garlic chives
white obedient plant
rudebeckia golden glow
Phlox- purple, and white with hot pink centers
Asters- hot pink, white and lavender colored
artemesia wormwood
grape hycinths
naked ladies/surprise lillies/ resurection lillies
rhubarb
columbine
tall yellow daylillies
assorted peony plants
larkspur

Stacie
girlsingardens


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RE: WANTED: Herb plants for elementary school gardens

I am interested in the artemesia wormwood. I have Oregano to trade. How large is the wormwood I would trade an equal size.

My Second choice would be phlox

thanks,
karen


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RE: WANTED: Herb plants for elementary school gardens

Hi,

Not sure if I am too late or not. However, I have organo, sage and various mints:
Lemon balm (lots)
peppermint
balm of gilead (tons)
grapefruit mint

I'm interested in your irises. PLMK. Thanks.


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RE: WANTED: Herb plants for elementary school gardens

still looking for herbs? i have lemon thyme, pineapple mint, and ginger mint.

anette


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