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HAVE: Salvia seeds for Salvia seeds

Posted by ninamora 6 (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 20, 07 at 19:02

Have fresh half packets of these to trade for Salvias I am looking for.
Ten seeds of each of these to trade:
Salvia pruewalskii
Salvia roemeriana 'Hot Trumpets'
Salvia hians
Salvia forskaohlei
Salvia splendens 'Caradiniere Orange', 'Saluti Dark Red','Carabiniere Scarlet'
Salvia lyrata 'Purple Prince'
Salvia sclarea
Salvia penstemonoides
Salvia napifolia
Salvia officionalis
Salvia staminea

I am looking to get these Salvia
Salvia africana-lutea
Salvia albimaculata
Salvia chiopensis
Salvia darcyi
Salvia disjuncta
Salvia dombeyi
Salvia jurisicii-really want this
Salvia madrensis-really want this
Salvia littae
Salvia puberella
Salvia spathacea
Salvia nubicola
Salvia regla

Follow-Up Postings:

RE: HAVE: Salvia seeds for Salvia seeds

Ninamora - I could collect some salvia darcyi seeds for you later this summer or possibly send you a plant. I planted one last spring that made it through the winter here and appears to have even made it through the late freeze that we had - still keeping my fingers crossed just in case. I collected a few seeds last year that I winter sowed and now have five seedlings.
I am interested in salvias that might winter over in zone 6 or at least 7, especially hummingbird magnets.

Please email me or post here. (I've heard a couple times lately that Gardenweb's email system isn't working very well).

RE: HAVE: Salvia seeds for Salvia seeds

I will save a lot of salvia seeds this summer. We should keep in touch and I'll keep you posted on what seeds I get that will over winter in your zone. I would love some darcyi seeds too.

RE: HAVE: Salvia seeds for Salvia seeds

Thanks Nina! - My darcyi spread from the time that I planted it last summer so it should have more seeds than last year. (hopefully) They germinated better for me than my greggi and guaranitica seeds. I still don't have any guaranitica seedlings. : ( It looks like at least one of my plants has made it through the winter though so I guess I'll try again next year.

RE: HAVE: Salvia seeds for Salvia seeds

Nina - I have collected some s. darcyi seeds and wondered if you still would like some. I sent you an email from Gardenweb a few days ago but not sure you got it.

RE: HAVE: Salvia seeds for Salvia seeds

I have blue and white salvia seeds that are available. I bought the plants last year at a garden store and they are my favorite in the garden. They grow 18-24" and have bloomed from spring until now. I want to expand to other varieties. I have collected many seeds from each plant and would like to add other colors. I would also like to get some salvia that is very tall. Sorry I do not know the proper names of my plants, I am very new to this exchange.

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