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WANTED: Seeds and Plants to trade; need stuff for shade

Posted by cattfoy Zone 5 Iowa (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 5, 05 at 12:43

I am looking for plants that thrive in zone 5, in the shade, including but not limited to: Goatsbeard, dutchman's breeches, ferns, colorful hostas, Asiatic lilies, hardy bulbs, jack-in-the-pulpit, Solomon's seal, bloodroot, bamboo, azaleas/rhodendrons, dogwood. Also looking for Cuban oregano (variegated), unusual succulents, or unusual (but not delicate) houseplants to add to my houseplant collection. Seeds or plants or cuttings - I like to think I can grow anything I set my mind to....
I have massive amounts of seeds, some plants, and lots of houseplants to trade. (See my list).

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RE: WANTED: Seeds and Plants to trade; need stuff for shade

have Solomon's seal seed & plants, hosta lots of them, siberian iris, believe it or not many sedums will do fine.
check my trade page & let me know. I live in Omaha, NE.

Here is a link that might be useful: GW page

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