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wanted: have: irises to trade for shade plants

Posted by Myohhmy z5 MICH (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 23, 04 at 9:00

Hi, I have lots different irises. Mainly tall bearded, red, white, reblooming yellow, and siberian. I am looking for shade plants that might survive a mailing trip. Maybe we will have to wait until fall for the swap. But I just created a rather large shade garden and it is looking a little bare right now!

Please see my list if you would be interested in more than irises. Please Email me at Myohhmy@aol.com with what your wants and haves so we can arrange a swap.


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RE: wanted: have: irises to trade for shade plants

I have a couple large Lancifolia Hostas if you would be interested, thanks!


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Plants

Where are you in Michigan? Maybe we could get together and do an in person trade. Barb


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RE: wanted: have: irises to trade for shade plants

I have 12 acres of woods,some neat woodland plants.Maybe we can trade this spring;when I can tell what is what.lol.I love iris.PLMK.Jody


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RE: wanted: have: irises to trade for shade plants

  • Posted by halsa z5 ohio (My Page) on
    Mon, May 2, 05 at 18:34

Do you still want to trade for shade plants? If so I have some hosta and naked lady bulbs that I can trade.
halsa


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RE: wanted: have: irises to trade for shade plants

Would you like some primrose? I've got a great variety growing in my shade garden that gets yellow buttercup flowers on top, and turns a great red color in fall. It makes a good groundcover, it spreads at a medium rate but is really easy to pull out of the ground. I've been looking for new colored irises! (I only have purple)


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