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WANTED: Ready to give up

Posted by gunnysack z6ks (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 28, 06 at 11:04

I planted (Winter Sow method) a lot of perrenial seeds this year. I have had very poor results. The soil I used to start the seeds contained critters which killed almost everything I planted. Would anyone consider plants for postage. All I have in my yard is pink coneflower. I had planted Foxglove, Gas Plant, Hollyhock,lavendar,Butterfly weed and several herbs just to name a few.
Anyone?
Thanks,
Kathy


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RE: WANTED: Ready to give up

kathy, are you wanting someone to take your plants or someone to give you plants? molly


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RE: WANTED: Ready to give up

Kathy,

I would be interested in trading with you. I could send you two kinds of lavender, some strawberries, and some autumn joy sedum in exchange for some of your pink coneflower, and red onions.

Interested?


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RE: WANTED: Ready to give up

Hi You probably have time to start some again with some good potting soil since you live in zone 6.
Linda


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RE: WANTED: Ready to give up

Kathy have you considered the Mother Nature method of seed sowing--sowing the seeds directly in your beds during the cold months? I do this every year with wonderful results. In fact my entire yard is a garden (no lawn) and I always scatter my seeds. I don't have to do anything to them; Mother Nature takes care of them perfectly for me.

Good luck with your gardening.


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RE: WANTED: Ready to give up

Kathy,

If I'm not mistaken I think we did a trade late summer for my Amaranthus X for some of your clematis. I think I have at least one of the seeds you lost on my trade page. Take a look at it and see if you'd like to do another trade.

Here is a link that might be useful: My Trade page and Wants


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RE: WANTED: Ready to give up

Most of my plants haven't even come up yet. Don't give up!!!

GGG


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