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HAVE: have ; perennials for sun, want shade plants

posted by: Mistee17 on 07.12.2013 at 06:09 pm in Plant Exchange Forum

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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save for later
clipped on: 07.13.2013 at 10:59 pm    last updated on: 07.13.2013 at 10:59 pm

HAVE: bleeding heart seeds, poppy seeds

posted by: wispfox on 07.11.2013 at 01:37 pm in Seed Exchange Forum

I have both pink and white bleeding heart seeds, although I have no idea if the white ones are viable. I've only noticed that seedlings have turned to pink ones, but I also have _lots_ more of the pink variety and have only been here 2.5 years.

I also have a smaller variety of orange poppy seeds, and could also collect a larger variety, same color. The smaller variety appears to have longer stems for the flowers, but smaller flowers and leaves.

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she has a few plant I would like.
clipped on: 07.13.2013 at 10:25 pm    last updated on: 07.13.2013 at 10:25 pm

HAVE: Free for Postage

posted by: bari26 on 04.23.2011 at 02:19 pm in Iris Forum

I'll be having some more iris rhizomes to give away this year for postage. I don't really want a trade (unless somebody insists that's the only way). I dig around July 4th and it takes about two weeks for me to get them ready. What I'll probably have are: Violet Harmony, Study in Black, Betty Frances, Thorn Bird, Yellow NOIDs, White NOIDS, Pink NOIDS; Loreley (from a trade and I have to admit, I really like this iris); Crimson King (also from a trade); Gingerbread Man (SDB) and maybe Reminiscence (MTB) depending on how it grows this year..... If anybody is interested, let me know (hopefully my email address on my profile is working this time).

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save just in case need irises
clipped on: 06.24.2013 at 10:58 pm    last updated on: 06.24.2013 at 10:58 pm

RE: Bee balm seeds....i dont see where they come from! (Follow-Up #2)

posted by: maryv_montreal on 01.15.2006 at 08:33 pm in Growing from Seed Forum

Melissa,

Your plants may not produce seeds because they are sterile hybrids. The easiest way to collect the seed is to allow the flowers to mature and dry out on the plant. Then cut the flowers leaving as little stem as possible and put them inside a brown paper bag. The seed will collect at the bottom.

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explanation great!
clipped on: 06.19.2013 at 10:22 pm    last updated on: 06.19.2013 at 10:22 pm

wanted: have: charlotte spring plant swap 2013- april 21

posted by: laineyplantgrower on 03.26.2013 at 02:51 pm in Carolina Gardening Forum

Charlotte Spring Plant Swap 2013
SUNDAY, April 21, 2-4pm
Shelter #3, Park Road Park, Charlotte, NC

For first time swappers - we don't care if you have weeds (natives) or high dollar orchids. If you have plants to give away and want them to go to good homes, this is the place to be. We trade anything and everything. If you don't have much, don't worry - we don't have rules about that either. Hopefully everyone will go home with more than they brought! Other gardening stuff is also welcome- pots, books, magazines, potting soil, tools, statues, etc.

Please label your plants. Something simple like "yellow daylilies" or "cactus houseplant" or "shade ground cover". This will make it easier to know where to plant the new plants we take home!

How it works: You show up early and place your plants in with all the other plants (there are no sections - we do this on purpose). You find a spot away from the shelter where you can stash the plants you grab during the swap. I will stand up and welcome everyone to the swap and ring a bell. You get to grab ONE plant and take it to your stash zone. We do this two or three times before we change it to TWO plants per ring and then THREE plants and finally we have a free-for-all where everyone wrestles for the leftovers. Then we break into the food! If you have something that is extra special you may choose to arrange a "Special Trade" with someone. Special trades are handled before and after the general swap to avoid confusion.

After the swapping is over, we'll sit down to enjoy a potluck meal/snack with our new friends, so please bring a dish to share along with your plants. In lieu of a dish, you could bring paper plates, napkins, cups, ice, etc, just post here what you're bringing so we don't have too many. Also, if you are inclined, you can leave a small donation toward the renting of the shelter.

Park Road Park is located near the corner of Park Road and Tyvola Road. Directions: from I-77, take exit 5 for Tyvola Road, turn east as if you're going to South Park Mall, go 2.5 miles, turn right onto Park Road (at AutoBell), take the first right onto Closeburn Road, which is also the park entrance, then take the first left into a long parking lot and shelter #3 is at the end of the parking lot. The small #3 on the shelter is hard to see. If you find yourself at a playground, you're at the wrong end of the park. :)

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for next year
clipped on: 04.25.2013 at 10:40 pm    last updated on: 04.25.2013 at 10:41 pm