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WANTED: Many things

Posted by kcgal1971 z5 MO (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 30, 05 at 14:55

I am looking for:

Missouri natives
Crepe Myrtle
Lilac
Paperbark maple
Red maple
Sugar maple
Flowering vines

I have black walnut trees and some bulbs available. I might also be able to split some of the hostas/ornamental grasses for trade as well.


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RE: WANTED: Many things

Hi there,

I am East of KC, and have a few seeds of Clematis, and some Ranunculas bulbs/rhizomes. If your interested get back to me at Dobsonmissouri@earthlink.net

I am interested in ornamental grasses and have a few hostas although I would love some more if the ones you have are not the same.

Steve the UKtransplant


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RE: WANTED: Many things

I have many Lilac varieties but they would only good for cuttings. ( Sensation, Primrose, one deep purple I'm, quessing Charles Jolly, regular lilacs and Korean). Most of them are still only a few years old and aren't sending new shoots up yet. Same thing for the crape Myrtle out front. As far as flowering vines... vinca, varigated vinca, Wisteria, Boston Ivy, 2 types of Ajuga's. I know some of thse are more ground cover then vines. Please see my plant list for others. I would be interested in trading if you see something that interests you.
My neighbor who is a landscaper really liked my deep purple lilac. I got it on clearance from Arnold's greenhouse as an unnamed variety. He said that it is hard to grow lilacs from cuttings. I don't know any better???


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