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WANTED: Getttin ready for the spring swap?

Posted by mantorvillain z4bMN Dodge (willbeane2000@yahoo.com) on
Sun, May 31, 09 at 21:52

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.

Also-
3 rooted brugs for Bobbie as prearranged trade
1 rooted Brug for May –prearranged
Water lettuce for Sandy – prearranged but can bring more if someone needs

What will you be bringing?
Will


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RE: WANTED: Getttin ready for the spring swap?

I have 6 different varities of hostas dug up
cushion spurge
brown eye stella daylily
tiger lilies
campanula telham beauty-should be blooming
campanula glomerata caroline
laminum pink pewter & purple
dill
lettuce
malibur spinich climbs 8 ft plus
Does anyone need tomato plants? Have Big Boy, Super Beefsteak, Rose Beauty, Heitland.


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RE: WANTED: Getttin ready for the spring swap?

So far I have:

Corydalis Lutea (2)
Monarda "Marshall's Delight" (3)
Monarda "Raspberry Wine" (2)
Tradescantia "Innocence" (2)
Blue Cohosh (1)
Butterbur (1)
Red elation Dianthus (annual-reseeds) (1)

For Sandy-Annabelle hydrangea
For Ying-Garlic Chives

I can pot up the following if anyone is interested:

Maidenhair fern
Ostrich Fern
Hosta "Blue Cadet"
Hosta "Golden Tiara"
Daylily "Nefertiti"
Daylily "Razzmatazz"
Dicentra "Alba" (white bleeding heart)
Pink Phlox
White Phlox
Trillium
Jack in the Pulpit
Strawberries

Linda


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RE: WANTED: Getttin ready for the spring swap?

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.


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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.

-Marie


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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.
Will


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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.


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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


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RE: WANTED: Getttin ready for the spring swap?

These are the plants I am bringing to the swap.

Actae simplex (1)
Aquilegia, assorted, blooming (8)
Bluebells (11)
Borage, white bloom (2)
Clematis ‘Golden’ seedlings (5)
French tarragon (8)
Heliopsis scabra ‘Summer Sun’ (1)
Iris, bearded, yellow (3)
Lamiastrum galeobdolon 'Herman's Pride’, false lamium (1)
Lysimachia ciliata 'Firecracker' (1)
Penstemon ‘Husker Red’ (1)
Phlox ‘David’, white (3)
Salvia, light purple perennial (2)

For Will prearranged trade for 3 brug rooted cuttings
Delphinium ‘Guardian Early Blue’ (1)
Phlox ‘David’, white (1)


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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.
Will


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RE: WANTED: Getttin ready for the spring swap?

Everybody ready? Dress warm! LOL

See you all in a few hours.

Linda


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