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Posted by concretenprimroses 4b NH (My Page) on
Sat, May 17, 08 at 20:21

For the one in Goffstown on June 1
Solomons seal, miniature regular and varigated mini
Yellow hose in hose primrose
Pulmonaria lung wort
Red euphorbia seedlings
Meadow rue, the fuzzy purple one
I havent' dug it up yet but I could bring some garlic chives, hens and chicks. Need to check my mom's house as she has a bed that is turning back to grass.
Ferns -NOt sure if I should bother to bring any but I dug some up this spring and they are sprouting in the place that I piled them.
Have more stuff.

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RE: have: have nh plant swap

  • Posted by gata z4 NH (My Page) on
    Wed, May 28, 08 at 8:46

HI. I'd be interested in the yellow primroses. I'll bring some of my primroses along too. I have a double pink, I fuschia with yellow eye, and a dark burgundy double.
Is the meadow rue tall or short? I've recently seen a purple fuzzy one that is very short & small.

Also, are you in the Upper Valley area? That's where I am.

RE: have: have nh plant swap

Yes, I live in Lebanon. The meadow rue is tall, and I have extra because it seeds. Many years ago I was shopping for perennials in flower to put on the tables at my wedding reception instead of cut flowers and the nice man (I'm having a brain cramp and can't remember the name, but he just died) at the place in Quechee gave me a huge one. It was 5 feet tall, and a real showpiece at the reception.

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