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have: land & water plants, bel air, md

Posted by rayinmaryland z7Maryland (jd4300ray@aol.com) on
Wed, Mar 31, 10 at 16:13

Plants we have to trade;
We have a lot of pond plants, and plants to go around a pond.
Arrowheads, 2 tall
Autumn Sedum
Barberry, Royal Rose Burgundy
Blue Eyed grass, 2 tall
Celery, Variegated land & water
Chameleon-green & variegated, water & land
Coreopsis, Yellow flowers, fern like stems 1 tall
Fountain Grass, variegated, 6' tall
Hardy Yellow Water Lily-Joey Tomicik
Hostas, a few varieties
Horsetail-jointed stalks, 3' tall
Ivy-English climbing
Liriope green grass, 1 tall
Litiope-variegated grass, 1 tall
Korean Grass, 2 tall
Lily of the Valley
Manhattan-Evergreen, 10 tall
Miniature Water Cattails, 2 tall
Morning Light Grasses, 7' tall
Moss
Peppermint
Variegated Water & Land Pennyworte
Vinca Vine ground cover
Zebra Grass. 7 tall
Also, have some small river rock

Plants we want;
Dwarf Papyrus
Hardy Red or Pink Water Lilies
Hostas, need more
Parrots Feather
Spike Rush
Water Hyacinth
Water Lettuce
Water Clover
& Real Pond Frogs
We will consider other land and water plants, flowers, too. We love all plants and flowers. Our plants wont be ready to trade & transplant until May, but e-mail me, and we can get the process started. We enjoy trading plants, we meet such nice people, its so much fun.

Ray & Linda in Bel Air, Maryland


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RE: have: land & water plants, bel air, md

Ray and Linda, I have five or six different hostas and will bring you some, but, alas, I don't know all the names....perhaps you can identify? they have all been in my garden for 3-5 years and have no disease. Because we have so much shade I have gone for the variegated and more yellow hostas, but have also taken pieces of Giant Hosta to fill out some areas.

I would be happy to try any of your pond plants ( my husband has 3 different ponds), but not your "around the pond plants". I think I have hat covered Lisa


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RE: have: land & water plants, bel air, md

I won't be going to the Swap, but I have dwarf papyrus and pink hardy waterlily "Rembrandt" to trade for a piece of your yellow water lily and some dwarf cattails. Wanna come visit? I live in Lanham MD, just north of the DC Beltway, and would undoubtedly send you home with many more plants!

Lynn


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