WANTED: Trades wanted for School Library Garden
I have approval to plant a garden in the sad but oh so promising courtyard of my elementary school's library courtyard (yay!) outside my library classroom. It is starting to look up! Looking for very low maintenance, non-invasive varieties. Space is bare but has some bones (row of burning bushes), with 3 picnic tables I hope to get stained too. Definitely part sun to part shade and space limitations. And of course, I have many sun loving perennials that I would like to trade for the part sun to part shade need for this garden. Seeking a few sun seekers for the area by the stairs as well. I have attached a pdf of perennials. I am seeking trades for my sun loving perennials for your more part-sun/shade to shade varieties.
Any Dwarf Hosta cuts (full, not thin leaf: mouse ears, appletini, baby booties, cats eye, cherish, crown jewel, dixie chick, etc.).
Blue or bright green hosta cuts, no variegated (already have).
White bleeding heart
Columbine (I have solid purple, would love other varieties)
Nepeta's Walkers Low catmint (need a few)
Any non-invasive succulents (especially Sempervivums (hens 'n chicks), Crassulas, Echeverias, Kalanchoes, Sedums, Aeoniums, Haworthias, Mesembryanthem
Sedums: Autumn Joy, Ogon, sieboldii, Vera Jameson, Purple Emperor.
Purple coneflower, shasta daisy, purple bellflower, white bellflower, chameleon plant (invasive groundcover but awesome if you have an area where you want nothing else, licorice fragrance), black-eyed susan, paprika yarrow, pink malva, sundrop, ajuga black scallop groundcover.
This post was edited by hlaverdiere on Mon, May 19, 14 at 22:50