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Anybody want some plants?

Posted by catnoir z7 Md (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 14, 07 at 21:00

I have an overabundance of these and I hate to just toss them in the compost:

Rudbeckia Goldsturm (lots)
Crocosmia (Red flowers, possibly Lucifer. Lots of these, too)
Raspberries (These are offspring from plants Vlad gave me. Very vigorous. Probably 4 or 5 plants)
Campanula Poscharskayana (1 large clump than can be divided. In bloom right now)
Gaillardia seedlings (not sure which variety)
And possibly a few other things

If anyone would like them, please contact me (Hidcote3ATyahooDOTCOM)

I may be able bring them to GardenGrandma's on Sunday, but I won't know if I can come until Father's Day plans are settled.

Cindy


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RE: Anybody want some plants?

  • Posted by suja z7 noVA (My Page) on
    Thu, Jun 14, 07 at 22:50

Cindy, I'd love some Crocosmia if you're coming to Henrietta's. I managed to kill a clump when I didn't realize I had planted stuff there, and proceeded to weed. Otherwise, if they can stay until the Fall swap, I'm sure they'll all find good homes.


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RE: Anybody want some plants?

I'd love some Campanula Poscharskayana and maybe some raspberries if you're coming on Sunday.


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RE: Anybody want some plants?

Hey, Cindy!
I'd love some of your crocosmia, if you still have any.
What color is your Campanula -- but I can look that up, can't I?

Christine


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Hi Cindy,

I would love to have some of the Gaillardia seedlings. I ordered some Arizon Sun from the Bluestone Perennials sale, but didn't get them. :-(

I'm not sure what I will be able to do at Henrietta's, but I want to come for a bit and see everyone.

Thanks!

Jen

jlsmith0519 at gmail dot com


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RE: Anybody want some plants?

Hey Everyone!

I should know later today if I'm coming on Sunday. I'm expecting to at least be able to stop by. I'd really like to say thank you to GardenGrandma and Grandpa for holding the swaps, see their garden and of course deliver some plants.

Christine, the Campanula has blue flowers. It's a groundcover, vigorous, but not overly aggressive.

And there should be plenty of Crocosmias for everyone who wants them.

Cindy


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Cindy if you have any raspberry plants left I'd love a couple.
Karyn


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Looks like I'll be able to come to Henrietta's on Sunday, so I will bring the plants with me. For those who can't be there, I'll make arrangements via email.

Cindy


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  • Posted by dgs9r z7 Baltimore, MD (My Page) on
    Sat, Jun 16, 07 at 22:47

I'd love some crocosmia and/or campanula if you have any left. I'm hoping to come, but not sure till tomorrow a.m.
Deepti


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RE: Anybody want some plants?

Hi,
If you get this, and if you still have some left, I'd love some of the campanula and the crocosmia.
See you tomorrow.
Mea


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