|Let's stir up some interest in the swap next sunday!
So far I'll be bringing
-Green Creeping Jenny (lysimachia nummularia)
-Rudbekia laciniata goldquelle (6-7’ tall)
-Daylily Winnie the Poo
-Petastites (Butterburr) – good for damp areas
-Plume Poppy (Macleaya cordata)
-Japanese Morning Glories (2nd generation from imported
seeds...will have quite a few so please don't let them
go to waste
Maybe some disco red marigold seedlings
What else depends on how much time I have to dig and pot over the next week.
What will you be bringing?
|I have 6 different varities of hostas dug up |
brown eye stella daylily
campanula telham beauty-should be blooming
campanula glomerata caroline
laminum pink pewter & purple
malibur spinich climbs 8 ft plus
Does anyone need tomato plants? Have Big Boy, Super Beefsteak, Rose Beauty, Heitland.
|So far I have: |
Corydalis Lutea (2)
For Sandy-Annabelle hydrangea
I can pot up the following if anyone is interested:
|I could use some tomato plants Tammy. |
I'll be bringin left over sale stuff as my sale ends Sat.
Lookin for same dinner plate dahlias, and callas. Also looking for tomato, and pepper plants too.
|I'll be bringing a few scraggly but very strong hot peppers and Satsuma orange bell peppers. Also lots of Siberian iris :) half of which will be Caesar's Brother and the other half a lovely lighter purple one I'll have to see if I can look up. *MIGHT* bring one of those huge blousy peach ones. Also a little wild ginger, geum, bloodroot, and whatever else pops out in excess! OH and a few roses - looks like I may get a Mary Queen of Scots! I haven't had time to dig yet, that's the job for tomorrow! |
What I *NEED* is a Chocolate (or Black) Cherry tomato plant. My seeds are misbehaving! Always want more Meadow rue and Rue anemone. A couple agastache plants could actually find a home here, Queen of the Prairie, and suchlike.
|When you seem me you'll know why I'm writing about food - Lol. But, since I enjoy eating and always hope for a good variety to 'graze' on......... I'll be bringing potatoe salad, chips, and some noncaffeinated pop for those of us who have been advised to limit our intake of that substance. |
|I will bring the tray of tomatos. Some are 4 inches and some are smaller. I also have a tray of peppers they are also small I have green and carnival. Marie if I get a chance I will dig some Thalictrum Lavender Mist and a queen of the prairie for you. I did see I have many babies of Thalictrum which I don't want. I just haven't had time to attend to that bed. I am also bringing two friends. Some of you meet Deb at the seed swap in the winter. Does anyone still need vegtables seeds? If so what are you looking for.|
|Looks like bluebells are a hit. I have 8 small pots to trade. |
I am waiting for a response from Will regarding our pre-arranged trade then will post the rest of my offerings.
Anyone have some hens and chicks? geranium 'Katherine Adele'?
Bobbie, whose real name is Adyle
|These are the plants I am bringing to the swap. |
Actae simplex (1)
For Will prearranged trade for 3 brug rooted cuttings
|the rain today is fortuitous in that I found a few more things to pot up: |
Bleeding heart seedling (could be white or pink as both are nearby
Golden creeping jenny
Dahlia Kelvin Floodlight (yellow dinnerplate) - 4
Dahlia Garden Wonder rooting shoots (red medium - 5
Datura seedlings - white single - 4
Candy lily seedlings - 4
NOID brugmansia cuttings (3) which are in early rooting stages. The plants these were taken off of are labeled so I'll post the name once Mom plant blooms.
|Everybody ready? Dress warm! LOL |
See you all in a few hours.
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