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fall swap list

Posted by groundplum (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 18, 12 at 19:21

I have been doing some cleaning and have several things that need to be divided
irises - not fancy just the old purple and lilac
double blooming daylilies -orange
hostas - variegated
sedum - autumn joy
hibiscus moschetos that were started early summmer- doing well now.
white double bloom rose of sharon
have one pink rose of sharon
pink tn coneflower
coreopsis few.
A large banana four feet or so and some large yellow angel trumpets. Seeds of various annuals vegetables and flowers
plastic containers one gallon and three gallon
night blooming cereus, aloe vera, winter jasmine and if they root some starts of knock out roses red.
Looking for red coreopsis, white or other color coneflower, ferns,buddleias, peony, phlox etc
does anybody know what is needed to become a member of the facebook group? I have clicked on the link at top but nothing happens. thanks
Marta


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RE: fall swap list

Martha,

We don't know which swap you're planning to attend. If it's the East Tennessee Plant Swap, we don't have a facebook group but we do have a website. I'll link it below.

Here is a link that might be useful: www.EastTnPlantSwap.com


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RE: fall swap list...PS

P.S.

Speaking of the ETPS, it's less than a month away!!!

The Fall 2012 East Tennessee Plant Swap will be held at:
New Harvest Park
4775 New Harvest Lane, Knoxville, TN 37918
Saturday, October 6, 2012

Setup will begin at 9:30am
Swapping starts at 10:00am
Lunch will be at 11:30am or noon


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RE: fall swap list

I am planning to attend the MTPS at Henry Horton.
I found some more plants that need homes
Dahlia - purple and yellow
purple people eater
and does anyone know if now is a good time to divide ginger?
this was the first year that bloomed!!
some dianthus starts firewitch I believe


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RE: fall swap list

The best time to divide/plant most gingers is early spring. The roots are pretty likely to rot over winter if planted now. If you did decide to try it now, be sure they are planted in very well draining soil (I'd just wait until spring).


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RE: fall swap list

groundplum would you please send me a E-Mail.


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RE: fall swap list

Hey Marta, come on over and join the facebook group:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/64785223352/?fref=ts

I think it's Jeff who will have to approve you, but he does that pretty quickly. :)


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