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HAVES: 2007 fall mag swap— haves list

Posted by avoirgold z7 MD (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 24, 07 at 10:58

2007 Fall MAG Swap: Plants You Have List

DIRECTIONS for the HAVES 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.
    Yes, you can come if you don't have any plants. Your assignment will be to bring brownies food. Anything chocolate that you'd normally bring to a pot luck will be fine. Food & other contributions can be discussed under the MAG SPRING SWAP FOOD thread. Please chit-chat about it there, not here.

    Post a list of the plants you HAVE on this thread, ideally with Latin names as best you can to avoid confusion, and cultivar names if they have them.

    This thread is not for your Wants. :-) That's what the MAG Spring Swap: Plants you Want thread is for.

    Yes, Please also list other garden stuff, such as seeds, tools or books, or all things Garden that you wish to swap or give away. Another man's trash....

    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 email by clicking on your person's name at the top of their post.
    Do NOT arrange the swap or trade on this thread, please.

    Do update your posting here and your member page with your Haves and Wants; feel free to link your post here to any Plant Exchange page you may have.

    This is important:


    When you bring your plants, MARK RESERVED PLANTS (i.e., plants for which you have a pre-arranged swap). LABEL your plants if possible. We often forget which was what by the time we get them home! Popsicle stick, plastic spoons, or other "plantable markers" are great, as they can be popped right in to the ground along with the plant.

    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.

    Questions? just include them in your post here, but please don't ask something addressed a gudzillion times. If you're asking and the answer is here, I'm going to know you've not appreciated my epic work.

    Have fun finding new homes for your surplus plants and discovering new plants you didn't know you needed!

Did I forget anything? Of course! So, let me know so I can fix it!

Wishing everyone a great swap! Happy gardening!


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RE: HAVES: 2007 fall mag swap— haves list

I finally bit the bullet - or more accurately wielded the shovel like a weapon - and cracked the pot that the variegated agave had outgrown. I removed 6 or more pups from it. The mother plant came from Variegated Foliage Nursery in CT in 2005. These agaves grow quickly. I've transplanted the mom to a larger pot and will be vigilent about aborting new progeny before they crowd the new pot out. This variety is hardy only to zone 9, but can be overwintered in gh or a good sunny window. Makes a terrific full sun pot plant in summer. Always looks good!

Here's the mother plant after transplant surgery:

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And here are the pups, just popped into a trough to pot up later:

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I've created a new account just for swapping. If you'd like me to put your name on one of the pups, send me an email at alwaysthegarden at comcast dot net.


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  • Native Aster (Heath)
  • Sammy Russel Daylily
  • Mystery Daylily-Pretty Fleshy Peach Color (limited)
  • Azaleas
  • Mint
  • Sedum Acre
  • Hens and Chicks
  • Undulata Albomarginata Hosta (limited)
  • Catmint
  • English Ivy (if you REALLY want it)
  • Open Pollinated Seeds:
    • Husker Red Penstemon
    • Becky Shasta Daisy
    • Columbine
    • Agastache

    Garden Album


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Slater's Crimson China rose
Nastarana rose (noisette)

both from Roses Unlimited

Aloe vera
(Cynthia, p(contamination from Star of Bethlehem) = 0)

Turmeric
(from Well-Sweep Herb Farm)

Green Mountain potatoes


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RE: HAVES: 2007 fall mag swap— haves list

Never mind about the Green Mountain potatoes. I dug them up, and a lot of them have scab.


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Free Advice: Steer clear of potato salad at Fall Swap.


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I'll be bringing a good number of brugs and other tropical plants (rooted and cuttings). I don't have access to a heated greenhouse this year so everything tropical is going to have to be stored semi-dorm. I'll also have seeds for a good number of species. I'll have an update in a few hours with actual species.
Peace,
Nate


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RE: HAVES: 2007 fall mag swap— haves list

So far, at most a couple each of

Big blue lobelia
Wood poppy
Yellow flowering brugmansia
Butterfly bush, lavender flowers

Seeds from this years harvest
Cleome (spider flower) violet queen (just sprinkle and they come up)
Red cardinal flower
Impatien balsam
Scots Teasel (one generation from Scotland)
Black pearl ornamental/hot pepper

Maybe more later.


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I can't make the swap but Cathy is planning on coming, so stop by to see what random stuff of of my trade list we're giving away. I do know I'd like to find a home for a couple of tall ironweed babies (Vernonia gigantea, the main plant grows to about 12 feet) plus a Dipladenia (tropical vine similar to mandevilla) that I can never get to flower.

Larry


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Divisions/Rooted plants:
Wood Betony (grown from seed, very hardy medicinal plant)
Lemon Grass (Also grown from seed)
Strawberry creame Brugmansia
Forever Morre Brugmansia
Perrenial Lion's Tail
Mint-leaf Lion's Tail

Large Cuttings (1 ft.+):
Bolivian Sunflower (Don't have space to overwinter my 15ft plant)
NOID Pink Brug (Very hardy, flushes constantly in season)
NOID Peach Brug (very hardy)

Seeds:
Rama Tulsi
Datura wrightii
Datura innoxia
Datura stramonium (Lilac la Fleur)
Brugmanisa seed
Castor Bean
Devil's Claw (Limited supply)
Hardy Hibiscus (Parent plants are Blue River II and Disco Bell)
Red Breadseed Poppies

Peace,
Nate


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RE: HAVES: 2007 fall mag swap— haves list

So far:

Plants:
Monarda 'Raspberry Wine'
Shasta Daisy 'Alaska'
Lambs Ears
Pulmonaria- an old, unnamed variety-early bloomer
Alpine Strawberry plants (about 4 trades)
Hosta- plain green, white August blooms
Salvia 'carradonna'-- dark purple stems, long-blooming (only one trade)
Daylily-- unnamed, yellow (not ditch lily). Could be 'hyperion' or something similar

Seeds (from 2007, will be still good for next spring):
Cucumber 'Hmong Red' heirloom
Eggplant 'Twinkle' hybrid
Sunset runner beans
Winter Squash 'Fairy hybrid'
Tomato 'roman candle'
Tomato 'orange banana'


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I have a red tree peony. I would be willing to trade it for a number of plants I could use in the spring at my neighborhood plant sale. Please email privately at k s harris at earthlink

net

thanks :)

kathleen


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For the very first time, I can't come. Family issues, life, other obligations.

I will be sending stuff with LynneMD, though, all for the grabbing.

Red, 'Jacob Kline' Monarda
Lavender, medium-sized Monarda
Northern Sea Oats
If I can dig them out, I'll have Ornamental Grasses:
'Black Moudery'
some switch grasses
and there will be more. I'm drawing a blank at the moment.
I hope everyone has fun and drinks a pop to me! :)

Christine


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RE: HAVES: 2007 fall mag swap— haves list

I have no idea how my haves got listed separately, but I will repeat it here, and remember, it's subject to change...
Trumpet vine
Shovel
Brass hose connector (female)
Hose--the twisty type.


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I have the following:

Columbines (pale yellow, magenta, pink)
Foxgloves (pale yellow, pinks)
Yarrow (pink)
Creeping phlox (deep pink/purple)
Pinks (cheddar)
Mexican Evening primrose (light pink & white)
Cranesbill geranium


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I am going to have to do 2 or three posts of my haves. Things are scattered all through my yard so I hope everyone will have patience with me.

yellow coreopsis
black eyed susan
joe pye weed (10 ft tall one)
heliopsis (4 ft tall, yellow)
helianthus (10 ft tall yellow)
cardoon (will get 10ft tall but I started these from seed and they are rather young yet, about 6 inches tall)
lavender seedlings
puple sage
regular sage
fern leaf lavender that i am unsure if it is hardy
jewls of opar (annual but once you have one plant it will self-seed easily)
annual butterfly weed seeds (so far the red/yellow one but I think by the time of the swap i will have the just yellow one as well)
golfinch(goldfink?) coreopsis, started these from seed so have quite a few nice sized plants
this really lovely red ice plant, i bought it just this year so I could only give a little pinch but it grows pretty fast and the red is a really unusal color
agastache (i think it's the regular green foliage lavendar flower one)
devil's claw (again i just got it this year so could only give a pinch)
verbena bonsaii
maltese cross (only one plant i think)


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RE: HAVES: 2007 fall mag swap— haves list

here's what I have:

Penstemon tenuis
Digitalis lanata
D. lutea
D. obscura
D. chocolat
Aquilegia alpina
A longissima 'Yellow Bonnet'
Sedum telephium 'Emperor's Wave'
hydrangea 'Tardiva'
hardy kiwi Issai (one already promised to Nate)

If any one wants geraniums for winter houseplants, let me know.


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I'll be trekking to my first MAG swap all the way from DC! Have a lot of variety to trade but probably only a few of each type.

I will have the following plants:
TB blue fragrant iris (pretty sure this is Great Lakes offered by petet on MAG exchange on 8/03/07 see his pic)
IB purple fragrant iris (lots of these, see link below)
Siberian Iris (skinny blue blossom with tiger stripe center
Siberian Iris (plump totally blue blossom)
Nepeta fassenii 'six hills giant' (catmint)
Semper vivum (hens and chicks)- variety w pointy red tips
Ceratostigma plumbaginoides (ground cover plumbago)
Leucojum aestivum (loddon lily) one bulb available
flat leaf parsley
Lychnis coronaria (rose campion - fuschia color bloom)usually have lots but this season only 1-2 plants
Lambs ear (small-leaved variety)
Oregano
Mother-in-Law's tongue (purple sprawling plant with tiny pink flowers) these will be cuttings.
sedum varieties (low height, none more than 6" high)

I will also have seeds that have worked well for me (this means I throw them on the ground with a little compost and they come up)
Dill
Annual Black-eyed Susan - double petals
Nigella - love in a mist (bloom starts out white, becomes blue)
Hot pepper - 4" long thin bright red variety
Valerian (first year collecting seeds)
Leeks (first year collecting seeds)
Passiflora (Maypop)seeds are 8 months old

I could also bring these two cuttings for a special trade:
epiphyllum oxypetalum (night-blooming cereus)
pitcher plant that gets 4" to 6" pitchers - don't know how to propogate these, but think it is done through cuttings.

email me through GW.

Here is a link that might be useful: IB purple iris


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PLANTS:

Flowers/Plants:
Blue or Purple Colombine
Achillea - White
Varigated vinca vine
Evergreen vinca - Vinca minor
Monarda (Bee Balm) - hot pink
Monarda (Bee Balm) - Red
Shasta Daisy - Leucanthemum Superbum Alaska
Purple Cone Flower
Liriope - solid green leaves
Hosta Regal Splendor
Baptisia Australis
Gaura Lindheimeri
Blackberry Lilly
Lantana - Mozelle - zone 7B - so needs protected site
Brugmansia - rooted cuttings - yellow

Bulbs:
All yellow early daffodils
White calla lilly's with white spotted leaves (small trades and looking for things I really want for these)
Pink Calla lilly's with solid green leaves (small trades and looking for things I really want for these)
Gladiolas (small trades) - mixed colors - yellow, red, purple

Trees/Shrubs:
Azalea - large white and large dark pink (too big to bring to swap)
Tulip Poplar Trees - various sizes (can only bring small ones to swap)
Spice Bush - small but not tiny
Red Hickory nut Trees - About 1-4+ feet in size (can bring small ones)
Black Walnut - about 2+ feet in size
White butterfly bush (small - approx 6 inches)
Rose of Sharon cuttings - purple/pink double blooms

Herbs:
Catnip
Catmint

Grasses:
Zebra grass
Ribbon Grass Plant - Dwarf Variety

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SEEDS
Tree Seeds:
Mugho Pine Tree
Japanese Holly Fern spores
White Birch Tree

Flowers Seeds:
Calla Lilly - pink with solid green leaves
Calla Lilly - White with green with white speckled leaves
Canna - red with solid green leaves
Gladiola - mix of red, yellow, purple
Coreopsis - yellow
Salvia - purple (low height 12")
Catmint
Achillea - White
Shasta Daisy - Leucanthemum Superbum Alaska
Verbena bonariensis
Lantana Mozelle
Marigold - Cottage Red (hybrid - results are orange and red marigolds)
Catnip
Pink Cone Flower (type without the extended middle)
Spider Flower - Cleome - pink, lt purple, white mix
Black Eyed susan - Goldstrum

Vegetables/Herbs - Seeds:
Jerusalem Artichoke
Chives - purpled flower culinary
Sage
Dill
Borage
Banana Melon (smaller trades)
Orangeglo Watermelon (lots and lots of these)
Pepper- Golden Marconi, Ancho San Luis, Green Bell Pepper (smaller trades), Orange Bell Pepper (smaller trades)
Tomato - Beefmaster Hybrid (smaller trade), Jelly Bean (very few), Roma (smaller trade), Yellow Pear, Orange Banana tomato (smaller trade)


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I usually have alot of trades lined up and spend a lot of time running around looking for people, so I thought I would just list what I am bringing and put it out by my car this time and it will be a first come, first served, unless someone wants something specifically from my listhere or on my member page that I can dig especially for you, and in that case I will mark it for you and you can come pick it up by my car.
I will bring : but not limited to...
1- maltese cross
5- large pots achillea-pink/rose
2- orange daylily, 1 small 1 large
1-rose campion
1- milkweed; asclepias
2-butterfly weed- orange
2- large yellow Rudbeckia coneflower
1-icicle salvia, white
1-capula, yellow
2- pink tall phlox
2- large honeysuckle vine, lonicera..orange/yellow
geranium- cranesbill
lots of different succulents


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I don't have a ton of stuff since I'm still getting things established, but do have:

-solid green clumping liriope, purple blossoms
-strong peppermint (cuttings)
-lemon mint (cuttings)
-iris - these are a large deeeep purple/blue blossom, but this year there was also one deep raspberry/purple blossom as well, so I'm not quite sure what will happen but it needs to be split so I'll be bringing some
-I think there are some Rose of Sharon (pink/raspberryish) voluteers that can be pulled/dug if anyone wants them
-thistles if anyone wants them, they grew from birdseed and I'm always pulling them up.

Lynne ( LynneinMD at gmail dot com )


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RE: HAVES: 2007 fall mag swap— haves list

Anne, did you get my email about the kiwi? If not, email me at jlsmith0519 at gmail dot com.

Jen


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RE: HAVES: 2007 fall mag swap— haves list

Boy, was I confused! I thought the swap was in October.

Quick - here's my "have" list:

shasta daisies - seed-grown, second year. They bloomed this summer and got pretty large. I have 8 or 9 of these.

peony - unknown cultivar. The plant was in the garden when I moved there, but it was where I wanted to put a tree. Tall foliage, double, creamy white flowers. Late season.

exochorda shrublets. Seed-grown starts of pearlbush - a healthy, well behaved shrub that blooms prettily in the spring and is not particularly noticeable the rest of the year.

yellow rose. I got this at a prior swap and my guess is that it's 'Harison's Yellow'. Extremely thorny, cascading double yellow flowers with a very long bloom season, beginning very early in the spring. Has an unusual fragrance that I like a lot, but not everyone will (it isn't called rosa foetida for nothing!)

'Darlow's Enigma' I have one for Suja and one more for anyone who wants it. Big rose, intensely fragrant, all-summer bloomer, no disease. That's right - no disease.

sedum 'Frosty Morn' - several rooted, potted cuttings.

spirea - bridal wreath. This may be a named cultivar, but if it is, I've forgotten the cultivar name. Good-sized potted shrub.

sidalcea - second year plant from seed. Took a beating with all the dry weather, but it's not quite dead!

I can dig raspberries. Plants are bearing well in their first season in my garden, but they are definitely not ornamental.


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pt 2

salivia

purple
rose

hosta

sweet woodruff

1 baby brunnera (non-variegated)

3 phlox's (pink)

baby paracanda (candy lilies)

pink coreopsis

monarda (lavender)

anchusa (will look dead for a while but will come back)

puple sage

mexican primrose

pink obedient plant

pink iceplant

kiss me over the garden gate seeds

baptisia seedlings

mountain mint

toad lily

lily of the valley

variegated solomon's seal


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I have a few plants to offer for the fall swap.

green and white hostas
variegated lirope
violas
dianthus pinks
a re-seeding fall annual with snapdragon-like flowers


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I don't have a lot, and I'm not sure how much time I'll have to dig stuff up this week, but if folks express interest in something there will be a greater likelihood that I'll bring it!

Plants:

Hemerocallis fulva: Tawny daylily - just your common ditch variety. I could bring a garbage bag full of them.

Allium cepa proliferum: Egyptian onion. I think they're the Catawissa variety, as the topsets have topsets.

Fragaria x ananassa 'Tristar': Everbearing strawberries

Seeds:

Abelmoschus esculentus 'Clemson Spineless': Okra.

Coriandrum sativum: Coriander/cilantro

Datura stramonium: Jimson weed. Volunteer. I think it came from some horse manure. Big 4'x4' annual with many single lavender-tinged white trumpet flowers ~4" long followed by spiny pods. Very poisonous, and either very interesting or very ugly depending on your perspective!

Echinacea purpurea: Purple coneflower. perennial unknown variety. I got the plants from a friend a few years ago. Seed should have some viability as I've had volunteer seedlings. I don't know if I'll get to separate much of the seed, but I can at least bring some seed heads, and leave enough behind for the birds.

Lunaria annua: Money plant. Volunteer. 2' tall annual w/ pink flowers in spring followed by decorative flat pods with a shiny inner membrane.

I may be able to bring some other seeds, including sage, lemon balm, horehound, chervil, and dill. I also have some volunteer seedlings of black cherry, Virginia creeper, black mulberry, and honey locust I could dig up if anyone is interested.


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I have: lemon balm, catnip, ageratum, alpine strawberries, sage, the typical pale purple iris, creeping jenny, vinca, monarda (hot pink), mint, black raspberry.
Madeleine


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I also have Egyptian walking onions.
Madeleine


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Sorry everyone. Too late and dry for daylillies and too early for dahlias, Will have plenty for spring swap. Steve in Baltimore County.


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RE: HAVES: 2007 fall mag swap— haves list

My haves list as of 9/26/07:

Miscellanea:
Coiled garden hose
(Female on both ends) hose coupler
Shovel
Buckets w/ lids

Plants/seeds
Trumpet vine (orange)
Apple mint
Hosta (On Stage)--only one of these
Hibiscus seeds--white
Morning glory seeds--pink/white

To those who have been promised plants: I haven't forgotten you! Your requests are potted up and waiting for this Saturday.


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My previous attempt at posting failed for some reason. If you want to send an email my address is rosebudestates at hotmail dot com

Anne


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I have the following plants:

1/ Salvia babies -- toothed-edge, hairy foliage, indigo blue flower spikes
2/ Miniature columbine "Alba" -- 8" tall, white lantern like flowers. early flowering
3/ Sedum -- probably "Autumn Joy". about 18" tall, pinkish purple flowers
4/ Different kinds of stone crop -- one is a low growing ground cover with yellow star-shaped flowers; another is about 8"tall, bluish foilage, red stems and reddish fowers
5/ Ajuga -- variegated type, ground cover
6/ Common daylilies -- orange flowers
7/ Strawberry geranium

Seeds:
1/ Butterfly weed
2/ Gourd
3/ Alyssum "Gold Dust"
4/ Four O'Clocks
5/ Zinnia "Cut and Come Again Mix"
6/Ceastium "Snow in Summer" (groundcover)
7/Chinese Lantern
8/ Wild Roquette (Arugula)
9/ 5-spot
10/ Baby Blue Eyes
11/Chinese Houses
12/ Love in a Mist
13/ Habanero pepper
14/ Cayenne pepper
15/ Pasilla pepper
16/ Several different varieties of zucchinnis
17/ Eucalyptus (globulus)

Please email me if you are interested in any of the plants because I may or may not be able to bring everyting.


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RE: HAVES: 2007 fall mag swap� haves list

bugmagnet i can't seem to find an email for you, i'd like one of your white columbines

kathleen (k s harris@ earthlink.net)


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RE: HAVES: 2007 fall mag swap— haves list

  • Posted by dgs9r z7 Baltimore, MD (My Page) on
    Fri, Sep 28, 07 at 13:01

Gooseneck loosestrife
yellow iris


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RE: HAVES: 2007 fall mag swap— haves list

Dgs9r..
I do not see an email address for you.
I will post in the " wants" thread for what I would enjoy having from your notice above.

Bonnie


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