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Looking for Purple-leaf Crinum

Posted by jen_williams 32408 (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 7, 10 at 3:58

Anyone has Purple-leaf Crinum bulb for trade? Here's my trade list-
SEEDS:
*Acalypha hispaniolae (Cat tails, Kitten's tails)
*Agstache rugosa (Korean Mint)
*Albizia julibrissin (Silk Tree, Mimosa Tree)
*Alcea rosea 'Nigra' (Black antwerp Hollyhock)
*Allium (Purple Tall Chives)
*Allysum Carpet of Snow
*Amaryllis Red
*Angelonia
*Annona squamosa (Sugar Apple, Sweetsop)
*Antirhium majus 'Montega rose bicolor':
*Ardisia squamulosa tree
*Arrowroot- Red
*Arum italicum
*Asclepias currasavica (Orange and yellow butterfly weed)
*Asclepias currasiva 'Silky Gold'
*Asclepias tuberosa (Orange)
*Asian Gummy melon
*Astromeria Parrot Lily
*Averrhoa Carambola (Belimbing, Star Fruit)
*Baby's breath
*Balsam Heirloom Impatiens - single/double flowers
*Bauhinia purpurea (Pink Orchid Tree)
*Belamcanda Candy Lily
*Blanket flower
*Bulbing Fennel
*Butia capitata (Pindo/Wine/Jelly Palm)
*Cactus Prickly Pear
*Calamondin orange
*Callicarpa americana (American beautyberry)
*Camillia, pink
*Canna seeds - mixed
*Capsicum annuum 'Medusa' (Medusa Pepper Plant)
*Cassia Alata
*Capsicum 'Medusa' (Medusa Hot Pepper)
*Cattail, Dwarf (Aquatic)
*Centaurea cyanus (Bachelor buttons)
*Cerinthe major purpurascens (Blue Honeywort)
*Cherimoya/Atemoya
*Chimonanthus praecom (Wintersweet Shrub)
*Cichorum endivia 'Curly'
*Clematis Autumn sweet
*Clematis Nelly Moser'
*Cleome hassleriana (Spider flower)
*Cornus florida
*Crotalaria spectabilis
*Cypress Vine, White
*Danish squash
*Duranta erecta
*Datura purple swirl
*Datura, white with purple cast
*Daucus carota (Wild Carrot)
*Delphinium consolida (Giant Imperial Larkspur)
*Dietes vegeta (African Iris, Butterfly Iris)
*Dioscorea bulbifera (Air Potato Vine)
*Echinacea (Pink Coneflower)
*Echinacea Tennesee
*Emilia javanica (Tassel Flower)
*Enterolobium cyclocarpum (Ear Pod Tree, Elephant’s Ear, Monkey Ear)
*Gaillardia x grandiflora (Indian Blanket)
*Madagascar Jasmine vine
*Gomphrena purple
*Gourds, ornamental 'Small Autumn Wings'
*Grapefruit
*Guava
*Gypsophila elegans (Baby's Breath 'Convent Garden')
*Helianthus debilis (Beach sunflower)
*Hibiscus cannabinus
*Hibiscus sabdariffa (Florida Cranberry)
*Hibiscus Texas Star, Red
*Hollyhock, mixed, single
*Honeydew melon
*Honeysuckle (red-orange)
*Ipomoea hederacea (Morning Glory lavender-pink)
*Ipomoea quamoclit (Cypress Vine)
*Iris pseudacorus (Yellow Flag Iris)
*Jerusalem cherry
*Koelreuteria Paniculata (Golden Rain Tree)
*Kum Quat
*Lagerstroemia indica 'Rosea' (Pink Crepe Myrtle)
*Lantana mixed colors ­ seeds
*Larkspur, Giant Imperial
*lathyrus perennial blend
*Lathyrus odoratus 'Ms Willmott'
*Leucaena leucocephala (White Lead Tree)
*Leonotis menthifolia (Lion’s Tail)
*Liatris spicata (Gayfeather)
*Lily Star Gazer
*Lemon, yellow, thornless, very juicy
*Liriope Muscari (Lily-turf )
*Lychnis calcydonica (Maltese cross)
*Malva moschata (musk mallow)
*Marigold, Tiger Eyes
*Marigold, mixed
*Medusa Hot Pepper
*Melia azedarach (Chinaberry)
*Merremia dissecta (Alamo Vine)
*Merremia dissecta
*Mexican Petunia, ‘Chi Chi’, pink, tall
*Mexican Petunia, dwarf blue
*Mexican Petunia, dwarf pink
*Mexican Petunia, dwarf white
Mirabilis jalapa (Four O'Clock)-different colors
*Mimosa tree
*Momordica charantia (Balsam Pear)
*Moonflower, white
*Morning Glory - Grandpa Ott, Heavenly Blue, Star of Yelta, Jamie Lynn,Rose Silk, Scarlet O Hara
*Morning Glory - Ivy leaf
*Morning Glory - tricolor
*Morus alba - white mulberry
*Mucuna Pruriens (Bengal Bean)
*Musa Velutino Pink Fruiting Banana
*Myosotis sylvatica (Forget-Me-Not)
*Nerium oleander , pink
*Olea europaeae (Olive Tree)
*Optunia humifusa (Hardy Prickly Pear)
*Orange fruit, Florida
*Orange Trumpet Vine
*Podranea ricasoliana (pink trumpet vine)
*Papaver
*Papaya 'Caribbean Red'
*Perilla frutens (Shiso, red)
*Periwinkle pink with white center
*Periwinkle white with pink center
*Phyllostachys pubescens (Mosso bamboo)
*Platanus occidentalis (American Sycamore tree)
*Pomegranate
*Poppy (mixed)
*Portulaca magic carpet mixed colors
*Prunus spinosa
*Pyracantha coccinea lalandi (Scarlet Firethorn)
*Radermachera sinica (China Doll, Serpent Tree, Emerald Tree)
*Redbud
*Robina viscosa (Clammy locust)
*Rosa Canina (Wild Rose)
*Rhubarb
*Sabal bermudana (Bermuda Fan Palm)* Sabal palmetto (Cabbage palmetto)
*Sago Palm
*Salvia coccinea ‘Coral Nymph’
*Salvia coccinea Hummingbird Sage
*Salvia farinacea (Mealy Blue Sage)
*Sapium sebiferum (Chinese Tallow, Popcorn Tree)
*Senecio bicolor (Dusty Miller)
*Senna alata candlesticks
*Senna didymobotrya (Popcorn Cassia, Peanut Butter Cassia)
*Sesbania panicea (Scarlet Wisteria)
*Stachytarpheta urticifolia (Blue Porterweed
*Stachys cretica
*Sunflower mammoth
*Sweet Pea
*Sweet William
*Talinum (Jewel of Opar)
*Tecoma (Yellow Bells)
*Tithonia (Mexican Torch)
*Trumpet Vine, Orange
*Trumpet Vine, pink
*Urena Lobata (Caesarweed)
*Withania somnifera 'Ashawaganda' (Indian Ginseng)
*Zinnias, mixed

More seeds - vegetable/fruits
Angled loofah
Apple, granny smity

Bean, tricolor - gold, purple n green

Cantaloupe 'vine peach

Carrots-
Big Top
Danvers Half Long

Chinese Greens-
choy sum, sawi
kangkong
chinese chives
gay lun
gun choy

Cucumber -
Fuzzy
gherkin Picollo di Parigi
Honey Dew
Royal Golden - fruit weights 10-15#, red sweet tender flesh
Shark Fin (only 2 seeds)
Swan lake

Eggplant -
Apple green
Casper, white
Chinese,Ping Tung

Fennel -
bulbing Trieste
Smokey Bronze

Gourds -
'crown of thorns', ornamental
heirloom - birdhouse
Autumn Wings, small, ornamental
Long, black from India

Maize, japonica Zea Mays, ornamental
Black Aztec corn

Melons-
Asian Gummy
Canoe Creek, green n orange, football shape, >20# wt
charentais
Chinese Winter
Jenny Lind, heirloom cantaloupe, light green flesh, 1-2# wt
Woman - Ukranian Heirloom, extremely sweet n fragrant, yellowish-white flesh, sz 7-10" (Gd for northern climate)

mustard

okra -
Burgundy
Green Lady, hybrid
long horn

Peppers, hot-
Chinese chilly, hot
Greek pepercini
Scotch Bonnet
Serrano Thai chilly, regular
Serrano Thai chilly, purple

Sweet Pepper-
Alma Paprika
Green pepper

Pumpkin
Chinese Pumpkin (From China)
Small pumpkin- for pies

Radish, red boy

Rhubarb
Rutabaga

Salad greens-
loose leaf red salad bowl
big hoss butter lettuce
red romaine

Sorghum -
Broomcorn
White Popping

Squash-
Crookneck, yellow
Danish
Sphaghetti
Winter squash

Tomato -
Cherry/grape
Hess
Pink Brandywine
Speckled Roman, heirloom
Tig Rovy

Watermelon-
'moon n stars'
Sweet Siberian

PLANTS/CUTTINGS:
Abelia Edward Goucher- cuttings
Abelia Francis Mason- cuttings
Acalypha hispaniolae (Cat tails, Kitten's tails)-plant
Ajuga reptans 'Valfredda'
Ajuga reptans 'Bronze Beauty'
Allamanda schottii Bush - cuttings
Aloe Vera
American Agave (Century plant) pup - will trade for other agave pup
American Agave, variegated
Aptenia ice plant - cuttings
Artimesia vulgaris 'Oriental Limelight' variegated
Asperagus densiflorus "Sprengeri' plant
Calamondin orange - plant
Callisia navicularis (Chain Plant) - cuttings
Callisa repens (Bolivian Jew) - cuttings
Camillia sasanqua pink 'Cleopatra' pink -cuttings
Camillia sasanqua 'Setsugeka', white -cuttings
Camillia red - cuttings
Canna Peach Gigantum rhizome
Canna Florence Vaughn rhizome
Canna Bengal Tiger
Chickasaw Plum cuttings
Chrysanthemums: yellow, violet
Clereodendrum bungei
Climbing Aloe -plant
Conferate Jasmine - cuttings
Cyclamen
Cyperus involucratus (Umbrella Palm) - cuttings
Cynotis somaliensis (Pussy Ears) - cuttings
Delosperma cooperi (Hardy Yellow Ice Plant)
Ice plant, purple
Ice plant, variegated
Dioscorea bulbifera (Air Potato Vine) tuber
Duranta erecta 'Gold Mound' - cuttings
Duranta erecta 'Sapphire Showers' - cuttings
Epipremnum pinnatum 'Aureum' (Pothos)
Fig tree - cuttings
Gardenia - cuttings
Gaura, white - cuttings
Golden pothos - cuttings
Heliconia Hanging Crab Claw
Hibiscus cuttings - several types - red (single petal), red lantern),............ 'Double Peach', orange (double petal), orange (lantern), pink (single with red throat)
Hibiscus Rose of Sharon 3-in-1 rotted plant/cuttings
Hibiscus Rose of Sharon minerva, purple
Hibiscus Rose Of Sharon, white cutting
Hibiscus Rose of Sharon 'Blue Bird' cutting
Jasmine shrub cuttings (from overseas with small white star-shaped, single-petaled fragrant flowers)
Kalanchoe diagremontiana (Mother of Thousands)
Kalanchoe fedschenkoi - plant
Kalanchoe tubiflora (Chandelier Plant) - plant
Lantana Camara (Lantana, mixed)
Lantana creeping purple - cuttings
Lemon, yellow- plant
Lily, pink - plant
Lily , white- plant
Live Oak Seedlings
Longanberry plant
Lonicera sempervirens (Coral Honeysuckle) - cuttings
Lonicera fragrantissima (Winter Honeysuckle) - cuttings
Loropetalum (Chinese Fringe Tree) - cuttings
Malvaviscus arboreus var Mexicanus (Cardinal's Hat - cuttings
Mexican Mango plant
Mexican Petunia - tall, Purple
Mexican Petunia - tall, Pink
Mexican Petunia - dwarf, purple
Mexican Petunia - dwarf, Pink
Mint, chocolate - plant
Nephrolepis cordifolia (Southern Sword Fern) - plants
Odontonema strictum. Red Firespike - cuttings
Oleander (have 4 types) - white, pink, yellow, red - cuttings
Optunia ficus indica (Smooth Prickly Pear) pads
Palm Pindo - seedlings
Philodendron 'Brasil' cuttings
Plumeria, white -cutting
Podocarpus macrophyllus (Buddhist Pine) - cuttings
Pyracantha Scarlet Firethorn - cuttings
Rain Lily Pink - plants
Rain Lily white - plants
Rose cuttings - Almost Black
Rose cuttings - red climber -profuse bloomer
Rose cuttings - shrub, huge blooms, pink - profuse bloomer
Russelia equisetiformis (Firecracker Plant) - select either red or yellow
Salvia Coral Nymph
Salvia coccinea Hummingbird Sage
Scilla
Society Garlic
Spider Plant - green
Spider Plant, variegated
Trachelospermum asiaticum 'Variegata'
Trachelospermum jasminoides (Confederate Jasmine) cuttings
Tradescantia pallida 'Purple Heart'
Wandering Jew variegated cream and green - cuttings
Wandering Jew Variegated green and white stripes - cuttings
Wandering Jew Green with white flowers - cuttings
Wisteria Purple -cuttings


Follow-Up Postings:

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RE: Looking for Purple-leaf Crinum

Jen,

I have the Zone 7 hardy, purple-leaf Eucomis which resemble Crinums, foliage-wise. A purple-leaf Crinum sounds interesting. Have you actually seen such a Crinum?

Have you been able to root the Chickasaw Plum cuttings?
I have a yellow fruited, non-suckering cv. named 'Guthrie'.

Mike519


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RE: Looking for Purple-leaf Crinum

Hi Mike,
This is the one I've been looking for -
http://www.plantdelights.com/Catalog/Current/Detail/04188.html

It is so pretty and I'm dying to grow one.
Would you be willing to trade for your purple-leaf Eucomis? I do not have it and would love to add that to my garden. I can dig one plant up with roots on the Chickasaw Plum to trade for your yellow-fruited, non-suckering cv. named 'Guthrie'.
Thanks.
Jen


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RE: Looking for Purple-leaf Crinum

Jen,

I can send cuttings of the plum. I have not tried to root them and was wondering if you had. I might try to root the Guthrie after it leafs out more.

I can also send a bulb of the Eucommis. You can propagate Eucommis by carefully pulling a leaf off and planting the base of it in a small container of good potting soil. The leaf will gradually produce 2 small bulblets by the end of summer.

I think Chickasaw Plums require 2 different plants to pollinate before they can fruit. The Indians had hundreds of cultivars, probably lost now.

Does Cerinthe major grow easily for you? Mine keep dying.
Mexican Petunia, dwarf pink is one I don't have.
I'm waiting to see if Mirabilis longiflora comes back. It has smaller but very long stemmed white flowers with a fragrance similar to M.jalapa.

I can swap you for a seed or two of Senna didymobotrya. I have Cassia or Senna hebecarpa, similar to C. marylandica.
Have Salvia leucantha- Velvet Sage in two varieties.
We may get seed of Sinocalycanthus this year. It had a few pods last year.

Mike


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RE: Looking for Purple-leaf Crinum

Hi Mike,
When can you send the above mentioned? I can dig up 2 of the Chickasaw Plums if needed
Cerinthe major cuttings
Mexican Petunia, dwarf pink

PLMK.
Thanks.
Jenny Williams
6621 South Lagoon Dr
Panama City Beach, FL 32408


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