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HAVE: 2014 Perennial plant list now availible

Posted by flyingsqurrial 5 (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 3, 14 at 11:25

I'm looking for larger trades 5+
All of my plants are Mature divisions.
I will add new listings at the end of my list for those interested.
If you would like to trade please leave a reference point to your site.
Have fun:) Steve


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RE: HAVE: 2014 Perennial plant list now availible

that is a great looking list, I sent you a email. my list is at: http://www.gardenweb.com/auth/nph-logincheck.cgi?action=public_profile&user=infiniteohms

Here is a link that might be useful: My trade list


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RE: HAVE: 2014 Perennial plant list now availible

Love to trade.. please check out my list. Plants with ** are big enough for dividing.


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RE: HAVE: 2014 Perennial plant list now availible

I'm interested in trading as well. See if there's anything on my list you're interested in.


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RE: HAVE: 2014 Perennial plant list now availible

Would you be willing to accept plants on my list in exchage for a daylily.
Vera Biaglo 1st choice
Chicago Fire 2nd choice

thank you in advance


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RE: HAVE: 2014 Perennial plant list now availible

Hi, I'm interested in your aconitum vulparia. I have double snowdrops. If you might be interested in daylilies please let me know and I can send you a link to my catalog. Meanwhile, here's my Exchange Page link.

Thanks - Pat

Here is a link that might be useful: Daylilly99 Exchange Page


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RE: HAVE: 2014 Perennial plant list now availible

Drooling over your Hosta list. You probably wouldn't be interested in Yellow Irises, or Orange Daylilies? Or my first born? LOL, teasing, maybe I could send a self addressed box?


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RE: HAVE: 2014 Perennial plant list now availible

When you say you are looking for 5+ trades, what do you mean, please? You want to set up a trade only if there are at least a minimum of 5 different plants, or five bulbs or more, or ..?

I have Iris cristata and am looking for blood root as mine died out in a bad drought year. I don't have a large patch of cristata to spare but I need to dig it up and move some of it to a moister location anyway.


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RE: HAVE: 2014 Perennial plant list now availible

Maybe we could work out a trade. Please check my trade list.
Also, I have several types of Reticulata Iris, but would have to wait till they bloomed to send the correct ones: Reticulata J.S. Dijt, Reticulata Pixie, and Reticulata.


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5+ means

5+ trades means plant for plant Hosta for hosta When bulbs are traded usual 3-5 bulbs for lets say a hosta. or other bulbs of course People have there own interpretations such as Special trade!
As a plants man I tend to stay away from those types of trades
So 5+ are usually more than 5 cultivars at a trade.


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RE: HAVE: 2014 Perennial plant list now availible

Please take a look of my exchange list as well. http://www.gardenweb.com/members/exch/bunnynomnom?22413

Do you plan to have any seed trade as well?

Here is a link that might be useful: trade list


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