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wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

Posted by busyasabee 7MD (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 19, 09 at 22:15

2009 Spring MAG Swap: Plants you WANT List

**DIRECTIONS for WANTS LIST **

If you're new to the swaps, please take the time and have the courtesy to read these posts. They're here to help everyone have a good time.

1. Post a list of the plants you WANT on this thread, ideally with Latin names to avoid confusion, and cultivar names if they have them and you know what they are.
2. List other garden stuff such as seeds, tools, books / magazines or all things Garden that you wish to swap or receive.
3. Do NOT arrange the swap or trade on this thread, e-mail the person to arrange it.
4. READ other people's lists. If you see things you want and would like to swap or trade for, e-mail the person directly to arrange it. Do that via private e-mail by clicking on your person's name at the top of their post.
5. Do NOT post a list of plants that you have for swapping or trading on this list. There is a separate HAVE thread for this purpose.
6. Do NOT discuss who will be bringing what kind of Bavarian apple tart food to the swap. There is a separate HAVE thread for food.
7. Do UPDATE your posting here and on your member page with your Haves and Wants.

This is important:

When you bring your plants, LABEL your plants if possible. We often forget which was what by the time we get them home! Popsicle stick, plastic spoons, recycle old window blinds or other "plantable markers" are great, as they can be popped right in to the ground along with the plant.

Clearly mark & separate your "RESERVED PLANTS" (i.e., plants for which you have a pre-arranged swap).

Gentle Reminder: At the swap, please do NOT take anything that is labeled for someone else, or is NOT labeled "FREE" or "PLEASE TAKE." Ask.That's all you have to do.

If I have forgotten anything else, please add to this thread.

Happy Gardening!


Follow-Up Postings:

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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

Gradengranma needs any vegies, especially tomatoe started plants, the more unusual the better. My garden is available to anyone for cuttings or digging of sprouts, seedlings, etc. My veg garden is ready.


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

I'm looking for
Ostrich ferns
Cinnamon ferns
Tassel ferns
Wood aster
Grape tomato start
Cherry tomato start
Coral colored camellia
Redbud trees saplings
A very fragrant mock orange
A dwarf brugmansia cutting with anything but white flowers
Anything unusual for shade or part shade


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

Plants I am looking for:

Asparagus Fern
Balloon Flowers -- White color double flower
Bleeding Heart -- White or Pink
Blueberry
Clematis
Delphinium
Dogwood tree
Dianthus (Anything but "Fire Witch")
Fig cutting -- Purple Fig
Jacob's Ladder
Lady Slipper
Larkspur
Lupine
Maidenhair Fern
Poppies
Soapwort
Trillium
Wild Ginger
Yarrow -- Achillea millefolium (any color but white and light pink)

PLUS: Unusual plants for dry part shade to shade.


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

I'm hoping to find the following:

~ Chelone lyonii 'Hot Lips'
~ hydrangea Kyushu
~ Boltonia (star flower)
~ daisy helianthus 'Lemon Queen'
~ Lavender
~ Arctic Fire Dianthus
~ Firewitch dianthus

Hostas:
~ Plantaginea (August Lily) Hosta
~ Undulata Albomarginata Hosta
~ Blue Mouse Ears
~ August Moon
~ Honeybells
~ Moonlight Sonata
~ Blue Angel


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

Plants I would like to Find:

< Cherokee Purple Tomatoe plants
< Heirloom Tomato Plants- Crazier type the better
< Vegetable Plants of any kind, Squashes, Cukes, Peppers,Melons, ect...
< Bears Breeches
< Crocosmia Lucifer
< Lavender


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

(Should I be embarrassed that my 'wants' list is longer than my 'haves' list?)

Columbines -- any singles
Hollyhocks
Daffodils
Dahlias
Any daylilies, except ditch lilies
Virginia bluebells (Mertensia virginica)
UNvariegated Solomon's seal
Chrysoganum virginianum (green-and-gold) (I had some, but the hay-scented ferns ate them when I wasn't looking)
Panicum virginianum (switch grass)
Schizachyrium scoparium (little bluestem grass)
Sisyrinchium angustifolium (narrow-leaved blue-eyed grass)


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

I would love to have the following:

-Hardy Banana
-55 Gallon food grade continers with lids (i.e. for water barrels)
-Hardy Ginger
-Pink, Purple, or White Canna - at least 3 feet tall
-Hyacinthus
-Saffron Crocus
-Foxtail Lilly
-Hardy Camilia
-Magnolia
-Evergreen trees
-Liatris
-Hardy Rosemary
-Tall hardy Lavender
-Astilbe


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

Hi all!
I've lost a ton thru last year's drought and my own depression-generated neglect. I know I lost at least 12 Japanese Maples and probably as many hosta :( I am digging through dead weeds that look like hay to discover what has managed to survive this last year. I am hoping to replace a few loved things that just gave up without attention. Then I lost 75% of my shade when a tornado took out two, extremely large trees... (my life!) I don't know what I'll have to trade yet, because I still don't know what's made it. I'll do my best!

crocus, preferably dark purple
Heuchera (Coral Bells) 'Vesuvius'
Heuchera (Coral Bells) 'Florist's Choice'
Heuchera (Coral Bells) 'Ebony & Ivory'
Cannas: red, orange, yellow or white
Caster Bean, preferably the purple kind
'Red Shield' Hibiscus
Yarrow 'Paprika'
Any yarrow seeds or plants anyone doesn't want (for lawn replacement!!)
Cone Flower: 'White Swan' 'Sunset' 'Sundown' 'Sunrise' 'Autumn Moon' (NONE of my Cone flowers have survived)
Rudbeckia of any sort
Hens and chicks -- I have discovered I love them.
Hellebore seedlings, but would love some of the more red t purple types.
Hyacinth 'Woodstock' or white varieties
Hollyhock of the black, red or yellow variety
Elephant Ears of any sort, but I love the black ones.

I'm sure I'll start to think of other new things as I find such new, open spaces. Thanks!


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

I would like to get any of the following:

- Lily of the Valley (white)
- Coleus (any, but would prefer the chocolates, dark red or lime colored ones)
- Allegheny spurge (native pachysandra)
- Any native shrubs (spicebush, calycanthus, winterberry esp.)
- european ginger
- canadian ginger (native)
- jack in the pulpits
- variegated solomon's seal
- Lilac
- chocolate cosmos
- Great blue lobelia
- Any agastache (I love 'em!)


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

If you have any of these I'd like to swap with you:

coreopsis lanceolatum, tickseed
little bluestem
black eyed susans
ironweed
joe pye weed
snow drops
crocus
daylilies
dogwood tree or shrub
eastern red cedar
azalea
any ferns
solomon's seal


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

I've started a fern garden and a hosta garden so I'm always looking for new cadidates for these two spots.

Any shade plants, native woodland types especially
Also:
Astilbe - any color
Digitalis
Mertensia virginica - virginia bluebells
Trillium - wake robin
epimediums
corydalis lutea
disporum flavum - fairy bells
dicentra cucllaria - dutchman's breeches

low growing plants for full sun in rock garden
herbs - basil and rosemary especially


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

Looking for :

pulmonaria
veronica
Crocosmia- Lucifer
daylilies/ no ditch
salvia- May Night or other
foxglove
brunnera
heuchera- any
iris- any
lily- any


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

Plantwise, hellebores, bloodroot, rock garden plants (i'm just turning all the rocks I dig out into s a hillside scree garden) - except I have plenty of blue spruce sedum

Also, 4", quart, and gallon pots


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

Want:
Does anyone have any nice red poppies they don't want???
Creeping phlox
Tomato--Brandywine--any red tomato will do, but my husband really likes the Brandywines)
Chives
Bronze Fennel


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

I would love to find any of the following:

Edibles
Mariachi pepper (4 plants)
Calendula officinalis (2-4 plants)
Rosemary
Lemon verbena
Fig
Gooseberry
Jujube
PawPaw
Blueberry

Natives
Dwarf Iris (Iris cristata or Iris verna L.)
Wild ginger (Asarum canadense)
Butterfly weed (Asclepias tuberosa)
Sweetspire (Itea virginica)
Buttonbush (Cephalanthus occidentalis)
Wild Bleeding Heart (Dicentra eximia)
Nodding onion (Allium cernuum)
Staghorn Sumac (Rhus typhina)


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

Although I posted my haves I forgot to post my wants. If anyone has any of the following I would appreciate the support.

Ferns, any kind would be great especially
- Japanese Painted Fern
- Cinnamon Fern

Hastas
-

Herbs
- Thyme
- Rosemary
- Sage
- Basil

Trees
- Red Leaf Maples
- Japanese Maples

Shrub
- Red Oak Hydrangea

Fish
- Any fish for a new pond

Thank you for reviewing this message.
Chardener


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

just starting a garden at a new house so I'm looking for anything that i can grow in southern Maryland. i really love day lilies and edible plants.


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

Any azaleas
Hostas--blue or green, no variegated
Herbs--especially creeping thyme, any lavendar, basil
any hydrangeas


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

Does anyone have any wisteria? If so I'd appreciate some. Thanks


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

I'd like to have some Salvia "May Night" (this winter was rough on my salvias) and "Karl Foerster" grass, if anyone has some to spare.

Other perennial salvias and agastaches would be welcome too. And perennials (other than hostas and hellebores) that can take dryish afternoon shade and clay.

Steven



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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

Hi everyone! I am a new gardener, a tenderfoot, building some planting beds in my front, side, and back townhouse yard. I only have a few plants, so I will welcome some new ones!
I dont have anything to trade right now, but maybe next year.

I can bring food!

My house faces south so I have full sun almost all day, especially in the summer.

I am hoping to find the following, if anyone has any to share:

Plants:
Crape myrtle
Non-Stop Begonia
Crocus
Creeping phlox (dark pink or purple)
Wild Ginger
Virginia Bluebells
Wild Blue (Indigo) Phlox (Phlox divaricata)
Natives

Jerusalem Artichokes

Seeds:
Black Cherry Tomato

Will welcome herbs that I can cook with.
I am most interested in native plants.

I have a few lambs ears, columbine and yarrow, so I dont need those. My friend, "busyasabee" has helped me plant those.

Thanks for your help!

k


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

Here are some things I'd love to have:

- Bleeding Heart
- Camelia
- Caryopteris
- Wood Hyacinth
- Grape Hyacinth
- Thornless Blackberries and Raspberries
- Blueberries
- Strawberries (any besides Honeoye)
- Heleborus
- Jasmine
- Gardenia
- Vitex/Chaste tree
- Black Locust tree
- Paw Paw tree
- Borage
- Thai Basil
- Rosemary
- Any edible fruits/berries
- Pots-all sizes, especially larger ones
- Large bamboo poles for stakes
- Straw
- Scrap lumber for building planters, bird houses, benches, trellises etc.


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

Would people be willing to pool some money together and try to make arrangements to have a truckload of composted manure available at the swap, if possible?
Madeleine


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

I just took inventory of my garden, and it looks like I lost my butterfly bush. Maybe I pruned it too hard last month. I don't see any growth at all, just sticks.
So, if anyone has a gallon-sized butterfly bush (purple or pink flowers), I would love to adopt it.

Jette


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

I can only take anything that is deer-proof, as everything else basically disappears from my garden. That's a pretty short list, but here are some I could use more of:

Monkshood (any variety)
Trillium
Ferns (especially varieties other than Christmas fern, which I have lots of)
Bleeding Heart
Astilbe
Iris (especially any named or unusual varieties)
Columbine
Lavender
Perennial salvia
Heuchera
Virginia bluebells
Echinacea
Foxgloves (digitalis)
Pulmonaria

Anything else that's deer-resistant and shade-tolerant

Also, my vegetable garden is fenced off, so I might be interested in some veggie plants.


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

Hi,

My want list consist of:

Pulmonaria-blue or pink flowers
Tiarella
crazy daisy or daisy Fiona Goghill
Double brugmansia not datura
Hellebore-any
Hydrangea-Annabelle, sister theresa
Japanese Iris-any
Louisiana Iris-any
Roses-pink colors,yellow
Hostas-any unusual types-have plenty of the green/white type
Heuchera-purple or unusual color
Tall Phlox-peppermint twist
Coneflower-sunrise,sundown,or harvest moon
Hens and chicks-blue or pink

Lots more but I would be here all day typing:)

Denise


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

Here are my wants...
-Papaver somniferum (seeds or plants)any color
-Any ditch lilies people are looking for a home for-I plan on planting them along a section of our street that parallels the highway
-Lily of the valley
-Japanese Anemone
-Alchemilla mollis


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

A friend/co-worker of mine, Tom, will be coming and he would like any extra strawberry plants that anyone can bring. Please welcome him. He'll probably bring brownies.

Thanks,
Susan


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

Last minute want

Does anyone have a division of Dicentra formosa 'Luxuriant' (native western US bleeding heart) I can have.

I have plenty of old fashioned bleeding heart (I'm bringing some of that to give away)


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

I'm posting this on the off chance that someone reads my late Have list and wants to trade...

Agastache (any)
bleeding heart
any phlox (would love to have peppermint twist)
lily of the valley--pink preferred but white too
pink lavendar
coneflower--twilight
seeds or seedlings of cueball summer squash

If interested in a swap, please email me through my profile. thanks!

Amy


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RE: wanted: 2009 spring mag swap want list

I'll be bringing some fig cuttings, as well as assorted mostly nonculinary herbs. I'd really like to grow hops. Anyone have a spare vine or cutting?

Jane.


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