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have: have: have ; perennials for sun, want shade plants

Posted by Mistee17 none (mistee256@gmail.com) on
Fri, Jul 12, 13 at 18:13

HAVE: have ; perennials for sun, want shade plants


Hi - I have these for sun, perennials for trade.
These plants, never need replacing as they are perennials.
I ,am needing shade loving plants.
I, would like some perennials.
All of these plants are mature, there are no small starts.
You, will be getting mature plants.
Plants:
pink pampass grass, tallish plant.
morning glory vine , large electric purple blooms, large heart shaped leaves.
tall bearded iris, yellow blooms.
fragrant serviceberry bush, pinkish white blooms
fragrant , evergreen privet bush, white blooms.
variegated, evergreen vinca vine, blue blooms, ground cover.
jewel of opar , tallish plants succulent bright green leaves- pink star shaped blooms.
mexican petunias , tallish plants bright purple blooms.
ornamental grass - monkey grass, spikey purple blooms, ground cover.
artemesia , silver grey - grey fuzzy foliage tallish plant.
red yucca, nice accent plant with long spike covered in small red flowers, tallish plant.
fragrant corkscrew vine, curling purpley,white blooms.
red salvia, fragrant tallish plant with red tubular blooms that the hummingbirds love to visit.

cuttings;

hardy red hibiscus , large red blooms
hummingbird bush , red tubular blooms
rose of sharon, large lavender blooms

I am in zone 8a, Texas.
I ship, priority with delivery confirmation
and would like the same. I hope, we can trade!
I prefer, a multi - plant trade to maximize
on the postage.
Thanks for looking, Mistee


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RE: have: have: have ; perennials for sun, want shade plants

Hi, Mistee;
can't tell how close or far you live, but if you still have / want plants to trade, we're having a swap at Ft Worth's Trinity Park on November 2.

I can bring you pigeonberry & aspidistra (cast iron plant) in exchange for red salvia & artemesia if it isn't the *very* tall invasive kind (already have bushels of that!)

The swap is posted on the Exchanges page;
I hope you can make it!


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