Looking for other named sempervivum varieties. These
are nice sized hens with chicks attached.
I'd love to make a trade with you Pam...let me make a list
Sure, let me know, Cheryl. Here is a pic of Purple Beauty. We just got them for the co-op
I'm interested as well, your exchange page is daunting to say the least!
Considering your not interested in diggin anything, I don't have too much to offer... I so have some martignon lilies I could dig as well as several newer named trumpet, oriental, and orienpet lilies, sadly for me I've lost their tags... A rose by any other name would smell just as sweet, no? : )
I've also got hostas, named but all fairly common varieties.
Or iris' , I have no names for them either, most are new Dutch hybrid rebloomers, also dwarf heirloom iris with a rust color flower or variegated sweet iris.
Arum italicum, peonys named but lost tags, lily of the valley...
I'm sure I have several other shade perennials that have slipped mind...
If there are things here that interest you, woosthrush, I would also be interested in CUTTINGS from some sedums you have, I have several but I believe you have every single one of them, except one or 2 but mine all look so bad from this winter/spring, and I don't know why ...
Thanks a bunch, I bet your yard is a sight!
Sorry, Grabme, but since I have so many plants, it doesn't do me any good to trade for plants that aren't properly identified. Without knowing what they are, I may end up having them already. Thanks for responding.