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HAVE: 2014 Spring Swap Have Lists

Posted by madsquopper 7a No. VA (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 16, 14 at 21:46

Staring this thread for those who want it. Will post my list later but I already know we have more blue lobelia (Lobelia siphilitica) than we know what to do with.

Larry


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I will have:

Extras from my vegetable garden seedings.
These may be small as they are timed to be put out after May 15th.
Zucchini seedlings (bush form)
Cucumber seedlings (bush form)
Okra seedlings

Will add more here as I think of things.
I am happy to GIVE plants, no need to trade although I will be putting up a wants list too.


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Tomatoes, peppers, eggplants


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pond plants....iris, horsetail rush, etc...


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It's a slow start to the garden this year, but I will have:

Senecio aureus
Campanula "Cherry Bells" (vigorous so be aware)
Hosta Green and White NOID
Lamium "Archangel" (also vigorous but great in dry part shade)

I am sure I will add to this list as more things emerge.


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It is just me or does it seem like no one is interested in this thread?


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so far I know I have:
oregano
small hosta seedlings which will grow to 10" leaves(green)
small hosta seedlings grow to medium size plants about 6" (green with cream edges)
peppermint
climbing hydrangea
mini allium white fall blooming about 12" high
vinca (mostly green but a few variegated)
jerusalem artichokes

more to come...


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Finally have enough emerging in the garden to make a list! Here are my 'haves', and I'll edit to add when the need arises. I'll post my 'wants' in the other list.

- siberian iris (dark purple blooms)
- daffodils (mainly early, yellow)
- japanese anenome (pink)
- sensitive fern
- ironweed
- Toad lily
- monarda 'raspberry wine'
- pineapple sage
- daylily gamble (may be mostly orange/ditch, but may have unknown heirlooms mixed in. And I can give you lots!)
- Hellebore seedlings (hybrids and Bear's foot)
- phlox divaricata 'londons grove' (limitied)
- variegated solomon's seal (limited)
- giant solomon's seal (limited)

This post was edited by nancymd on Wed, Apr 30, 14 at 6:40


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***Is the swap on May 10?***

(I will be there, but will be flying by the seat of my pants.)

-Tina


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Tina,

Yes, we are a go for May 10th. I think all of us are flying that way this year with the super slow start.

Ann


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I have and will plan to bring:

Mortgage lifter tomatoes
Green zebra tomatoes
(Maybe) Azoychka tomatoes

I'll probably have more to add . . . .


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Revised HAVES list:

Senecio aureus
Campanula "Cherry Bells" (vigorous so be aware)
Hosta Green and White NOID
Lamium "Archangel" (also vigorous but great in dry part shade)
Phalaris arundinacea 'Picta' (variegated Ribbon Grass)
Sunshine Blue Caryopteris rooted cuttings (limited)
Shasta Daisy
Fountain Grass
Lemon Balm
Scented geranium cuttings (some may be rooted)
Hoya NOID cuttings not rooted


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Here's what survived the winter. Alas, my rosemary did not!

Creeping thyme
Marjoram (one or two)
Spearmint
Tarragon (one or two)


asarum, wild ginger 

corydalis lutea (yellow flower)

monarda didyma, bee balm, pink 

Geranium macrorrhizum, pink flower, ground cover 
Lysimachia clethroides, gooseneck loosestrife, good under holly and shade trees

Physostegia virginiana, obedient plant
Oenothera sundrops
Moonflower vine (one from seed)

chrysanthemum divisions, yellow

Four o'clocks, pink and yellow seedlings

Pulmonaria officinalis

Teucrium chaemydrys, germander, ground cover 
Pachysandra, ground cover 

plumbago, ground cover

creeping jenny, ground cover
Hakone grass
Chasmanthium latifolium, inland sea oats

See you on the 10th, Lisa


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USUALLY HAVE LOTS OF THESE:
Blue Lobelia (Lobelia siphilitica)
Sedums (Weinhenstephaner Gold, Angelina, yellow flowering stonecrop, Blue spruce)
Yellow Evening Primrose (Oenothera biennis)
Tall perennial verbena (Verbena bonariensis)
Obedient plant (Physostegia virginiana)
Spiderwort (Tradescantia), mostly blues/purples
Shasta Daisy (Chrysanthemum maximum)
Perennial Bronze Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare 'Purpurescens')
Cup plant (Silphium perfoliatum)
Cutleaf Coneflower (Rudbeckia laciniata); somewhat aggressive spreader
Goldenrod (Solidago) NOID; about 4 feet tall
THESE ARE LIMITED:
Perennial ageratum (Eupatorium coelestinum)
Euphorbia robbiae (nice evergreen, but spreads like a mother)
Siberian Iris (Iris siberica), various purples and blues
Porcupine grass (Miscanthus strictus)
Miscanthus sinensis unknown cultivar
Cardinal flower (lobelia cardinalis)
Red Stripe Canna Lily
Willow leaf helianthus (tall, as in 10-12 feet)
Purple Germander (Teucrium canadense)
Golden Hakone Grass (Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola')


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Nancymd I sent you an email.

I have monarda. Yes, it does spread, but I appreciate it.
Red lantern columbine (nice big ones)
Spirea in 5 gallon pot. It's a green leafed one that will grow six feet across and three feet high.
I got a sedum from a recent order for perennials I'd like to pass along. Looks like a ground cover.
Oregano
Sage


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hellebore seedlings
lots of a named daylily variety (can't find the tag now, but will trace it down by the swap) - this was pressed on me by a neighbor who was moving
NOID hostas - same source
tomato seedlings
a few pots of rosa rugosa


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IF I can go this year, I can bring plenty of:
* helleborus foetidus
* helloborus x hybridus ("lenten rose")
* brunera macrophylla
* hardy geranium "cambridge" (pink flowers)
* bleeding heart (dicentra)
* foxgloves (digitalis)
* Virgina bluebells
* strawberry geranium

...and perhaps some other stuff. I'll post again when I am sure I can get there.


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Do you guys realize this is the 10th year of the swap? The first one was in 2004, if I'm not mistaken.

I, too, have

  • hellebores (coming out my bottom) Talk about reseeding!
  • transcendia, both the blue and bright yellow (Sweet Kate?), which tends to revert,
  • tons of hosta, some named, some not
  • Creeping Jenny
  • Chocolate vine to root, Might have some rooted pieces.
  • Liriope
  • Ditch lilies coming out my ears
  • Bright yellow helianthus (aggressive reseeder, 5-6' tall)
  • Probably some Heuchera, some named, some not
  • Actual, orange tiger lily seedlings (not ditch lilies)

    I'll post more as I dig. I'm repotting things today.
    Christine


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    I'll have:

    Lavender lilac suckers, a big wad
    Nope - 2 full lilac bushes will not be excavated this year.
    Nope- Dogwood saplings (mix of white and pink) did not make it here from my mothers' house.

    **"Seat of the pants" rule: not pre-arranging trades this year. Keeping it really simple.

    This post was edited by kilngod on Fri, May 9, 14 at 19:57


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    I have:

    sedum groundcover
    creeping jenny
    helianthus large yellow
    Perennial with yellow flowers in the spring and interesting foliage (almost sedum like)
    Rose of Sharon little trees
    raspberry pieces to root
    pussy toes
    little black-eyes Susan (I hope I can tell which plant this is at this time of year)
    lambs ear with flowers
    lambs ear without flowers

    Seeds
    diatura seeds (white)
    watermelon seeds
    squash seeds
    cleome seeds
    pea seeds
    marigold seeds orange and yellow

    Other things that I can't think of now......

    I will post my want list elsewhere but basically I love colorful flowers and would love to try a fig cutting.


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    Could nancymd, petet and shadysite contact me please. I'm sending out emails, but I don't think anyone is getting them. I do receive emails that others have initiated though. Thanks!


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    I should have these, mostly in small quantities.

    PERENNIALS

    Aster 'Raydon's Favorite'
    Lenten rose (Helleborus x hybridis)
    Tatarian aster (Aster Tataricus)
    Nepeta transcausica 'Blue Infinity"
    Siberian iris, blue-purple
    Geranium 'Biokovo' and "Bevan's Variety"
    Echinacea 'Magnus'
    Coral bells (Heuchera), plain green
    Columbine (blue/purple shades)
    Blackberry lily (Belamcanda chinensis)
    Sedum 'Autumn Joy'
    Sedum 'Blue Spruce' (will dig if someone wants it)

    EDIBLES

    Tomato 'Park Whopper'
    Sweet basil 'Genovese'
    Peppermint

    BRUGMANSIAS (hardened-off plants, not unrooted cuttings)

    Audrey O (golden yellow blooms)
    Ecuador Pink
    unnamed light pink

    I seem to lose messages sent via Gardenweb, so please email directly:

    sfmiller1955 AT gmail DOT com

    Steven


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    I blame the slow start on the weather. Not only are the plants behind, but it's just hard to get excited when it's cold or snowing.

    My Haves -

    balloon flower
    bleeding heart
    basil seeds
    cilantro seeds


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    Thank you Tina, I love the idea of not pre-arranging trades this year. Life is way too complicated right now. I will bring a few of everything I listed and go from there.


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    took a quick peek at the backyard, and this is what I have available:
    Japanese anemone (pamina - pink)
    turtleheads (pink)
    autumn joy sedums
    cranesbill geranium
    hens & chicks
    coreopsis
    lambs ears (Helen von stein, non-flowering)
    hostas (no ID)
    columbines


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    Have just spent the am in the garden culling things for Saturday before the rain.

    i can add to my list above:
    spearmint
    pachysandra
    carex ice dance
    one 2" japanese maple
    a few 2" seedlings thai basil
    a few strawberry plants
    2 lilac offshoots of a hybrid "miss Kim" only grows to about 6'x6' lots of flowers but smell is more like narcissus than typical lilac

    Now, I know that several people have said they didn't want to pre reserve, but for me, if I don't hear from anyone, I probably won't dig the pachysandra, climbing hydrangea or the carex, just to add to the compost pile if no one wants them, so be forewarned if you're interested


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    I've made a last minute decision to come. I've missed the last couple years!

    I have:
    golden ragwort
    wood poppy
    lambs ears
    siberian iris (purple)
    sedum (low ground cover)
    obedient plant
    climbing hydrangea
    blue fescue
    japanese painted fern
    green and gold
    toad lily
    bleeding heart (dicentra spectabilis)
    lily of the valley
    some variety of centaurea (small flowers that are light pink)
    dwarf comfrey


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    Update -- I am coming.

    In addition to what I posted above, I can bring large quantities of Pachysandra, Vinca (periwinkle), Lamium (yellow flowers), and Sweet Woodruff if anybody wants them.


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    I will have:

    Shrubs:

    Rockspray cotoneaster (C. horizontalis) - nursery stock
    Holly (Ilex) No ID - 3 ft. volunteer
    Honeycups (Zenobia pulverulenta ‘Woodlander’s Blue’) - nursery stock
    Summersweet (Clethra anifolia ‘Hummingbird’) - sucker
    Eastern red cedar (Juniperus virginiana) 3 ft. volunteer

    Perennials/Bulbs:

    Stonecrop (Sedum ‘Autumn Fire’)
    Shasta daisy (Leucanthemum ‘Becky’)
    Sea holly (Eryngium planum)
    Black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta)
    Sunflower (Helianthus ‘Lemon Queen’)
    Yucca (Y. filamentosa ‘Bright Edge’)
    Hosta spp. (No ID �" green and green/white)
    Chrysanthemum spp. (No ID �" lavender or white)
    Aster spp. (No ID - possibly 'Lady in Black' or 'Wood's Purple')
    Garden phlox (P. paniculata ’David’ or ‘Blue Boy’)
    Daffodil (Narcissus spp.) No ID �" random early, mid, late
    Solomon’s Seal (Polygonatum odoratum ‘Variegatum’)
    Daylily (Hemerocallis) �" No ID, orange color, but not Common
    Threadleaf tickseed (Coreopsis verticillata ‘Zagreb’)
    Obedient Plant (Physostegia virginiana ‘Vivid’)
    Columbine (Aquilegia canadensis) No ID
    Lamb’s ear (Stachys byzantina)

    Also, let us practice being good stewards of the environment and not bring any plants which are invasive. Here is the list:

    http://www.invasive.org/eastern/midatlantic/

    - Nora


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    It looks like I will still have tomatoes, mostly mortgage lifters. I think I can also spare a couple of habaneros, but they are pretty tiny this year. So much so that I'm no sure if I should bring them. But I will if people want them.


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    along with all the pond plants i am bringing I will have:

    Monarda Jacob Cline 2 large pots
    lamb's ears seedlings 6 small pots
    solomon's seal plain green several pots
    pink lily of the valley 8-10 pots
    sedum plant 1
    ajuega- blue flowers 3 large pots
    columbine native colors 2 pots

    I do not have any prearranged trades so all of these plants will be freebies for anyone to take.

    Bonnie


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