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HAVE: Haves and Wants for Oct. 1, 2005 Swap

Posted by steve_NJ z7A NJ (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 27, 05 at 21:56

Seeds I have to trade:
Zea mays 'quadricolor (variegated corn)
purple millet
Asimina triloba (Pawpaw)-large fruited
variegated Lunaria
Styrax japonicum
Salvia coccinea red
variegated Nicandra
Illicium henryi
many others in packets

Seeds I am looking for:
unusual types

Plants I have to trade:
Some of these are rooted layers; a few are cuttings.
Trachycarpus fortunei
Sabal minor 'McCurtain'
S. minor 'NE Texas ecotype'
S. minor-bluish foliage from own plant
S. louisiana
Chamaerops humilis-survived winter in coldframe.
Cestrum hybrid
Cestrum parqui
C. nocturnum (not hardy here)
Clethra alnifolia 'Creel's calico'
C. a. 'Ruby Spice'
Ilex aquipernyi
I. opaca
I. vomitoria
Cuphea glutinosa
Spilanthes (stolonifera?)
Musa basjoo
Neviuisia alabamensis
Ostrich fern
Variegated Hibiscus syriacus (cuttings in season)
Hedychium-several sp.
Verbena 'Homestead Purple', 'Blue Princess', 'Taylortown Red', 'Snowflurry'
Salvia-pineapple sage
S. guaranitica
S. g. 'Argentine skies'
S. lyrata 'Burgundy'
S. ulignosa
S. leucantha-not hardy here
Sedum lineare variegata
Impatiens omeiana (rhizomatous perennial)
Alstroemeria pscitticana variegata
Lonicera sempervirens red, yellow.
L. periclymenum 'Harlequin'
L. nitida
L. n. yellow foliaged
Hedera helix (8 or 10 varieties)
Hedera colchica
Amorphophallus rivieri (corms)
Voodoo Plant (corms)
Chrysogonum virginiana
Chrysogonum virginiana 'Eco Lacquered Sunset'
Begonia sutherlandii (perennial here)
B. grandis (pink, white, red/purple backs of leaves)
Scilla numidica bulbs (summer flowering)
Opuntia imbricata
Asarum canadensis
Asarum europaeum
Vinca minor-White, purple, 2 variegated var.
Stephanandra incisa
Zingiber mioga
variegated strawberry
Convallaria majalis 'Albostriata'
Phytolacca americana-variegated
Paxistima canbyi
Setaria palmifolia-green, purple stem, or variegata-These are tropical annuals
Veronica 'Buttercup'
Pollia japonica
Magnolia grandiflora-small seedlings.
Vancouveria hexandra
Jasminum nudiflorum-green + 2 variegated foliaged varieties.
Berberis sp.
Magnolia macrophylla seedlings
Passiflora incarnata
Firmiana simplex seedlings
Clerodendron bungei
Bignonia capreolata-red and 'Tangerine'
Gelsemium sempervirens
Pachysandra procumbens
P. terminalis variegata
P. t. 'green Sheen'
Hosta-about 20 varieties, but labels are buried.
Hakone grass-3 types
Illicium floridanum-red, alba, pink, 'Halley's Comet', variegated-I have layers of most of these.
Illicium mexicanum
Illicium 'Woodland Ruby'
Davidia involucrata
Ficus pumila X carica
Tetrapanax papyrifera
Miscanthus transmorrisonensis-divide in spring
Saccharum arundinaceum-hardy sugar cane-divide in spring
Trillium cuneatum
Eupatorium coelestinum
E. capillifolium
-E. compositifolium 'Dusty roads'-Hardy?
E. Greggii Hardy?
Parthenocissus quinquifolia variegated foliage
P. henryana
Rosa wichuriana 'curiosity'
Musa basjoo
Amsonia hubrechtii
Sapium sebiferum dies back here, but resprouts
S. japonicum
Stransvaesia davidiana undulata
Xanthorrhiza simplicissima
Ampelopsis aconitifolia
Aralia elata
Hydrangea quercifolia 'Sikes Dwarf' + others
Disanthus cercidifolius
Itea virginica 'Henry's garnet'
Pinus radiata-zone 8?
Buddleia lindleyana
CUTTINGS available in late summer/fall: Lantana camara 'Miss Huff' growable as perennial here with mulch; L. horridulus-perennial here with mulch; Clerodendron ugandense-tender; Tinantia pringlei-self sows; crape myrtle-over 20 varieties, Aucuba-a few types
All the above have been hardy here unless noted otherwise.

Plants I am looking for:
Unusual woodies, perennials, variegates, etc. I'm especially interested in variegated Pueraria (kudzu), variegated buddleia lindleyana. I can also use containers and old blinds(label making).

Follow-Up Postings:

RE: HAVE: Haves and Wants for Oct. 1, 2005 Swap

Hi Steve

I have a Red October Hosta and Chinese Sunrise Hosta for you, and lots of pots. Let me know what size you need (or don't need).

I would like some Impatiens omeiana if possible. I lost mine due to ill-planned vacations during the droughts.

I will be bringing:

Tovara virginiana - varigated Painter's Palette
Persicaria red dragon
Hosta Red October
Hosta Chinese Sunrise
Joe Pye Weed Chocolate
Joe Pye Weed Cory
Toad Lily

Looking forward to seeing everyone on Saturday.


RE: HAVE: Haves and Wants for Oct. 1, 2005 Swap

I have those 2 hostas, but can always use pots. I would be interested in the 'Cory' if it's shorter than the species. I have plenty of Impatiens omeiana and will dig you a clump.

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