1. 4 Oclock-pink
2. Actaer-acemosa-Black cohosh
3. Ageratum Blue
4. Ageratum Blue mink
5. Agostemma gracilis-Milas Queen
6. Allium-Astopurpueum or firmament 2ft tall 2inch globe
7. Allium-Hairl24 in tall
8. Ameranthus Intence purple
9. Amerathus-Love lies Bleeding
11. Angelica- Gigus
12. Annis Hysop Lagastach foeniculum 2ft part sun
13. Anomone ?
14. Antennaria neglecta-Pussytoes
15. Antherium tequila sunrise –Black Prince
16. Antilerium-Tequila Sunrise & black prairie
17. Aruncus Dioicus.Goats Beard 3-6fy whote
18. Asclipia-Pink Milkweed
19. Asclipios ?
21. Aster Purple Dome
22. Aster-nivi-begii Patricia Ballard Hot Pink
23. Aster-Sea star
27. Bachelor Buttons-Pink/blue
28. Black and White
29. Black eyed Susan
30. Blue berry
32. Candy Lily-Mostly Orange
33. Catananche blue cupids dart
34. Celosia-flamingo Feather
35. Chrysanthumum Clara Cyrtis
36. Cimicifuga The pearl
37. Cinquefoil Potentilla Simplex Yellow 1.5 ft
38. Cleome-PinkSweet annie
39. Columbine Purple
40. Columbine-Native Red/yellow
47. Corn-Japonica Striped Maize
48. Cosmo /Bright lights
49. Cosmoa-Daydream 4ft
50. Cosmos Purple-I thought I left a lot of shaft
52. Crimson Clover-Annual
53. Dahlberg Daisy
55. Datura Dbl purple-Black current Swirl
56. Datura- moon vine -Dbl Cream
57. Datura moon vive White
58. Datura_dbl yellow
59. Delphinium- Blue Butterfly
60. Delphinium Blue Magic
61. Dianthus-Pygmy blue
62. Dianthus-Rainbow Lovliness-Dark Pink
63. Dianthus-Siberian blue
64. Digitalis-Foxglove Excelsior Hybrid
65. Eleusine Caracona-Green cat
66. Enchecia-Medow Bright Oarang
67. Enchencia-Ace of Spades
69. Enchencia-Ruby Star 30-36- inches carmine Red
70. Euonomus Bungeanis-Pink Lady
71. Euonymus-Hamiltonianus-Var Sieboldianus
72. Eupcotorrum Rugsum Chadale
73. Euphorbia maginat5a-Snow On the mOuntain
74. Foxglove mix
75. Foxglove-Bearded toung pensomen-3 ft pt shade
77. Gailardia Burgundy
78. Gallardia Aristatia
79. Gallardia blanket flower
82. Gaura –siskiyoupink
83. Gentian-Stiff –Quinquefilia 2 ft sun-part sun
84. Grass Elvine-Cats Paw
85. Grass-eleusine corana Green Cat
86. Grass-giant Chinese silver-miscanthus floridulis- 8 ft
87. Grass-Milicca ciliate
88. Grass-sweet vernal- 1.5 ft
89. Gypsphilia Repens-Rosea
90. Hadspen Blood
91. Heleniun-Automnale mix
94. Heliopsis-Summer Ballet
95. Hibiscus- Frisbees
96. Hibiscus Light pink
98. Hibiscus-Lt Pink -Hardy
99. Hibiscus-real orientat dwarf red
101. Hosta ?
102. Hosta fried greeen tomatoes
103. Hosta hi ho silver
104. Hosta paradise joy
105. Hummingbird-mixChrysanthamun-Autom red
107. Iris-Setose ssp Canadensis
108. Jacob Ladder –whiteAsclepios Tuberosa-Best gold
110. Joe Pye Weed
111. Klorean Hyssop
112. Leibnitzia anandria
113. Liatris.WhiteScabiosa –Black And White
114. Liatris-Blazing Star
115. Liatris-Tall purple
116. Lupine Pink
118. Mallow –rose—mix
120. Maltese Cross-red
122. Malve –Zebrena
123. Marigold –Pitite Yellow
125. Marigold-Double Oarange
126. Marigold-French Vanilla
127. Marigold-Orange/yellow mix
129. Marigold-short Varagated
130. Marigold-Tall Yellow
132. Marigolds-Large/Orange /yellow mix
133. Money Plant
134. Morning Glory-Cameo Elegance-pink w/variegated leaves
135. Morning Glory-Heavenly Blue
137. Negillia-Hispanica/Love in the mist
138. Nigelia-Miss Jekyll
139. Northern Sea Oats
140. Oleander Mixfull sun
141. Pasque Flower Pulsatilla
142. Path Rush
144. Penstomen Rock Mountain
145. Penstomen-Husker Red
147. Pincushon-Ligtht purple
148. Platycoden-Balloon flower-Blue and White mix
149. Platycoden-Fuji pink
150. Poppies Salmon
151. Poppy- Pom-Pom
152. Poppy-pink 2.5ft
154. Prarie Smoke-Geum Trifloum
155. Ratibida Pinnata 4-5 ft tall,yellow narrow full sun
156. Rdbeckis gloriosa daiey
157. Red Crimson
158. Rosa glauca Tall and arching need lots of room
159. Rose of Sharon-Dbl Pink
160. Rose of Sharon-Diana
161. Rudbeckia dark eyedprairy sun
163. Rudbeckis Irish Eyes
164. Rudbekia Humilis-wild petunia
165. Safflower-3-4 ft
166. Salvia-Coral Nymph
167. Salvias-May Night
168. Scabiosa Blue Butterflies
170. Sea Holly
171. Squash-Acorn orange
172. St. Johns Wort
173. Stocks-pink/lavender Annual Part sun 18 inches
174. Straw flower-bracteantha-wallaby ice-sun 10 inches
175. Sunflower Mix
176. Sunflower-moulin rouge
177. Sunflower-Velvet Queen
178. Sweet Sultan
179. Tanacatum Partaemium Dbl flowering fezer few
180. Thalactrum Flafum
181. Thalactrum Lavener mist
|I'm glad you got a lot, and seriously, I hope it is enough since you were so gracious to open your home again. |
But looks like we all need a lessen in handwriting, including me!
Euonymus bungeana ex 'Pink Lady'
|Hi, cheri, that's a great haul you made there! |
You know, when I first read your list, I thought, wow, it will be very hard to search on some of those plant names/spellings. Most are close enough, that you'll probably be able to find the plant, but some will be quite puzzling, and the search may not bring up a proper match.
2. Actaea racemosa
Hope that helps! Lots of great plants there!
|What a haul, Cheri! Now, where ya gonna put them all?? well.. that's my problem with my own 'haul' anyway :-) So many seeds... so little garden space! And didn't we have a great selection of seeds at the swap? I bet we had more variety then many stores that sell seeds. I'd put us up against Home Depot or Walmart any day! |
For temp storage (pre-planting), I splurged today, and bought two file boxes to stash my seeds in. My old system (a cake pan and a small box) was running out of room :-) I came home with a couple of 'Tote 'n Go' containers from Staples and large index cards so I could separate the seeds alphabetically and easily find whatever I'm looking for. Even got all the new ones sorted tonight. Now... gotta pull out last years left overs and get them sorted and I'll be all organized!
|I must admit- I came home with more than I had planned to..... |
But less than what I came with!
I still have many hours of home-work looking up information and germination requirements...
I thought I was doing well with the two portable file containers I bought to store seeds in this year- one for swapping and one for sowing- but It is a bit of a mess still- shuffeling through all the "d's" for the right digitalis or datura or what ever- and I keep seeing a picture from a post where the gardener had purchased one of those plastic roll-away multi drawer systems. A drawer for sowing, with homemade dividers, all alpha filed- the bit larger drawer for swapping- and the big bottom drawer for seed cleaning, packaging, labeling tools, bubble mailers, postage and germinating info....... All in a single unit that can be easily tucked away when not in use- and organized and tidy when in use!
Oh to be so organized!!
I swear- every time I pull out the seeds- it is like an explosion throughout the whole area and then some!
I do wonder what others do with the seed storage/swapping systems......
I have found a good software sysem for computer filing for seeds and things garden related and what have you- It is called NoteBook from Circus Ponies- It does work well for me- and maybe you too!
|Wow Cheri what fun. I to brought home more than I planned to but less than I brought. Now to organize. I can't figure out just how I am going to do that, but I am tired of sorting through trying to find what I want. Julie I checked on that software and am going to download the free trial to try it out. |
I went to Costco and have my soil, the containers have their holes and now to get markers made and then plant the seeds.
|whoa Cheri! Watch those Baptisias! The purple gets 2.5-3ft all directions and the white will go 4! *giggle* |
"Bracteantha, Sundaze Flame" is an annual. see website -
|Thanks for all the corrections, Not offended at all |
I am not always the most particular and organized but I am practicing..
I have a couple of totes just the right size, made a-z cards for the seed I only have a few of then the ones I have alot of they have there one spot in that section, We'll see what happens once I start sowing...
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