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have: my middle tn spring swap list

Posted by april_h_o Z6 Nashville (My Page) on
Mon, May 15, 06 at 10:07

Hey, all. I'm really looking forward to this weekend. I can't wait!

Here is what I know I'll be bringing right now:

* About 10-15 Melampodium seedlings (Blackfoot Daisy -- great annual, I grew these from last year's seed)
* 3 or 4 October Skies Asters (rooted cuttings, so I know they'll be true to type)
* Lots of Ladybells :-)
* Lamb's Ears (they are taking over my rose bed, which is just unaceptable!)
* Sedums (probably just little starts, but they will grow if you stick them in the ground; I have several types!)


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RE: have: my middle tn spring swap list

Hi - I would love to have some ladybells and an october skies aster - please see my list (greenstargardener) to see if you would like for me to bring something for you!

Emily Spoden


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RE: have: my middle tn spring swap list

Hi, Emily. I can set you up. :-) In excchange, I would like one of the Six Hills Giant Catmints -- I have a different type but it is such a happy plant and I have a bit new planting space to fill in. I would also like one of the double orange daylillies if you can bring one of those. If not, some of the liriope would be fine -- I am eding a new pathway too.

Let me know if that sounds fine. :-)

--April


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RE: have: my middle tn spring swap list

April - Sounds great - I will pot those things up for you
Question: How much liriope do you want? That stuff is hard to dig - You are more than welcome to have as much as you want, but I may want you to come dig it - (and believe me, I have a TON of it!)
Emily


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RE: have: my middle tn spring swap list

Only as much as you can get to easily, and, if you can't, that is okay too. :-) The other plants will be just fine and I was only suggesting that as an alternative. The way that stuff grows I'm sure I'll have many oppotruniites to fill in my edging. :-)

See you on Saturday!

--April


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