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WANTED: to set up trades for plant swap on the 21

Posted by goldencreek zone 5 b ( on
Fri, May 5, 06 at 19:39

Hi, Iam wanting to plan ahead and set up some in person trade at Holiday Park on the 21 of May. I have plenty of natives. I have a really nice deep purple iris that is just starting to bloom now, A very tall white iris I believe is called cottonball. Colembine in pink and double pink (babies) redbud trees, some 3 to 4 foot tall. Chameleon plant, vinca, ruhbarb, peonie in pink or white, tulip trees, walnut trees, gooseberries, three types of ferns from the woods. I have more, these are just what popped into my head. Ask I might have it. Check my list and see the list of natives.
In return I am currently looking for named daylilies, hosta and iris. Pond plants or things that I don't have. tempt me.

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