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WANTED: mercer plant swap haves

Posted by terroir zone 8 (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 15, 10 at 12:12

hey, heres what im bringing to the mercer plant swap

salvia- has coral blooms and big leaves-bigger than my nymph coral salvia, so im unsure of the variety... (11)

left-my leaf right- nymph coral salvia leaf


bronze fennel (1)

flame acanthus (3)

trailing white lantana - one pot has 3 cuttings, other has 2

im mostly looking to trade for fragrant plants. anybody interested?

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RE: WANTED: mercer plant swap haves

Would you like a white butterfly ginger (very fragrant) for the bronze fennel?

RE: WANTED: mercer plant swap haves


email sent

RE: WANTED: mercer plant swap haves

Is anyone interested in crafts for plants trades?
I can make stamped coasters - any themes
hand made cards, gift tags, etc.
I have several hundred stamp sets, so I have just about any theme you can imagine....
I have brought the cards to the swaps before and people asked for more...
I can email or post samples if interested.. please email me at

RE: WANTED: mercer plant swap haves

bump :D

RE: WANTED: mercer plant swap haves

Hi All,
I have the follow trades for tomorrow
Molly- peacock ginger for fig cuttings
Noreen- a surprise for a lady bug
Donna- dragon fruit for a lady bug
Tally- fig cuttings
Tia- jackfruit for the Hope paving stone
Trish- stepping stone and windchime for a lady bug and glass feeder
Let me know if I missed anyone.

I still have to trade:
3 glass bird feeders
6 yard art lady bugs
5 assorted bird houses
2 large mosaic stepping stones (flowers and abstract)
4 small mosaic stepping stones
black taro
fig cuttings (celeste and Brown Turkey)

RE: WANTED: mercer plant swap haves

thanks again for the salvia! See you in the spring.
Tally HO!

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