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WANTED: Spring Trade for these

Posted by ruthz 8 dfw texas (My Page) on
Mon, Jan 27, 14 at 12:35

I would like to trade for these plants.
I'm only looking for these plants at this time.
Early March should be a good time for mailing.
Trading for at least 2 plants would make postage more worthwhile.

1. Clustered Mountainmint - Pycnanthemum muticum

2. Red Confederate Rose, Everblooming Confederate
Rose, Terri's Pink Rose Mallow
Hibiscus x paramutabilis 'Terri's Pink', Hibiscus mutabulis 'Rubra'- This is a sterile hybrid which does not produce seed pods and so can spend all of it's energy on flowering, blooming from late spring until frost.

3. Christmas Senna, Winter Cassia , Cassia bicapsularis

4. Passion Flower - Lady Margaret

I have small rooted plants of
variegated Turks Cap malvaviscus
Tri color Confederate Rose
Butterfly vine mascagnia
Couple of named brug's

Anything on my have list would depend on what survived our colder than normal winter.

Please post here if interested. Private emails may go to spam.

This post was edited by ruthz on Tue, Jan 28, 14 at 10:12

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RE: WANTED: Spring Trade for these

Ruth, I know what you mean - we rarely get a freeze here in Panama City, Fl., but we've had several this winter. Most of my tropicals are dead!

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