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have: list of plants for mtps

Posted by farmerbell 6b TN (My Page) on
Thu, May 3, 07 at 15:25

I finally got my act together after my plant sale and now have the following for the MTPS. (Thanks for the pots, Jeff!)
Virginia sweetspire (Itea) Henrys Garnet
Baptisia australis small
Blue fescue small
Sedum
Perennial forget-me-not
Verbena bonariensis
Rose campionsome reserved for April
Black-eyed susans
Gloriosa daisies (rudbeckia)
Purple perilla
Verbena SnowflurryThis is one of my all-time favorites. It is a white, perennial verbena that is virtually a non-stop blooming machine. The only time it is not in bloom for me is when the temps in the winter drop below 20 degrees. It also comes true from seed. I bought my original from Plant Delights Nursery in North Carolina. A link for a picture of it in my yard is below

I can also dig purple coneflower and hardy begonia and will also bring some seeds.

I am looking for rhubarb and a start of some of the newer daylilies those with ruffled edges and big eyes. I also like anything tropical. Does anyone want to pre-arrange a swap?

See everybody very soon!

Ann

Here is a link that might be useful: verbena 'Snowflurry'


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RE: have: list of plants for mtps

Do you have anything left or anything new that you are trying to swap?

What are you currently looking for?


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RE: have: list of plants for mtps

Ann I hope that you are coming to the fall MTPS!!!

Thank you sooooooooooooooo much for the Verbena Snowflurry. It has bloomed pretty much since you gave it to us. That little sprout is now 2' x 2'. I can't wait until I have to move it because it is too big.


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