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WANTED: Have: lots of easy-care plants

Posted by lynnt Z7 MD (My Page) on
Thu, May 20, 10 at 8:59

I have the following that need good homes:
- About a dozen blooming-size tiger lilies, plus tons of yearlings
- tall phlox clumps (2nd generation seedlings, probably pink)
- Sweet William clumps (2nd generation seedlings, probably maroon)
- variegated ribbon grass
- Persicarias Lance Corporal (variegated and not) and Red Dragon
- Sedums Angelique and Cyprissa
- lots of Sedum Autumn Joy cuttings
- Cassia marilandica (also called Senna marilandica)
- Aster tartaricus
- Pink Chelone (turtlehead)
- Amsonia tabernaemontana (Blue Star)
- Carex grayii
- dwarf comfrey
- three kinds of alstromeria (psitticina, Glory of the Snow, another)
- datura seedlings

All these are easy-care plants for a wide variety of settings. Anyone want some? Let's make arrangements for you to come and dig! I live just off the DC beltway, near NASA.

Lynn


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RE: WANTED: Have: lots of easy-care plants

Lynn,

I'd love to come and dig - particularly pink chelone, alsromeria and amsonia "Blue Star", and if you have some phlox, that would be great too.

I'm just off the GA Avenue Beltway exit so not too far...

Thanks, Ann


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