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HAVE: heuchera and tiarella

Posted by woodthrush z4PA (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 1, 13 at 17:02

These are liners from Terra Nova. Extra's from our co-op.
H. Paprika, Fire Chief, Midnight Bayou, and Sugar Plum
Tiarella Cascade Creeper, Candy Striper, Happy Trails, and Appalachian Trail.

I'm looking for named varieties of different shade plants or succulents.


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RE: HAVE: heuchera and tiarella

I have several sedums/stonecrops...some ground covers and some that get taller.
The taller ones are: Xenox, Bonfire, October Daphine, Jameson, Autumn Joy and 2 others. (I have 2 shih Tzu's that removed 2/3 of my plant tags 2 years ago). The ground covers are Dark Pink Star and hens & chickens plus about 10 other ground covers that the tags are missing. I would love to have all of those plants that you are offering. If you would like I could start to match up names on the internet after work tonight but Saturday and Sunday I will be out of town. Please let me know.


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Thanks, I do have the sedums.


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I have the following shade plants: a 2-3' tall toadlily (amethyst), yellow and pink epimediums, Lamium Herman's pride, Ceratostigma plumbaginoides, Alpina zerumbet "variegata', Selaginella braunii, Thelepteris kunthii (southern shield fern), Lycoris radiata and squamigera, Oxalis crassipes, regnelli and triangularis. Please let me know if you are interested in a trade.

Susan


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RE: HAVE: heuchera and tiarella

BTW Susan, you're email is hidden so I can't respond via email


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I have emailed you again -without going through GW-you should see my email address.
Susan


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I'd be interested in some liners, but don't know how my hostas have done overwinter yet. Got fifty or so varieties, but slow to take off. Probably could divide Striptease, definitely have Halcyon, have Lemonlime...would need to know what you're looking for so I could poke around. Have white sweet woodruff, European Ginger.

I also have around forty named varieties of dahlia tubers, if you're interested. I can email you names with image links to each. I'd prefer to trade these, as they need new homes soon.


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Again, I say if your email address is hidden, I can't email you back.


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I have epimedium warleyense.


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RE: HAVE: heuchera and tiarella

I emailed you from my home email address which is susanmruppert@gmail.com. Please use this address when responding.
Thanks,
Susan


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RE: HAVE: heuchera and tiarella

I emailed you from my home email address which is susanmruppert@gmail.com. Please use this address when responding.
Thanks,
Susan


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CCVacation, I would like to trade for dahlias if you are interested in any plants that I have.
Susan


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i have ostrich fern, japanese fern, hellebores white flowers, heucherella alabama sunrise, hen and chicks, several mints spearmint, chocolate mint ,orange mint, blue balsam mint, soapwort, comphrey, garden sage, lemon balm to trade if your interested and if you have any left


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RE: HAVE: heuchera and tiarella

  • Posted by val1 z4 UT (My Page) on
    Sat, Apr 27, 13 at 15:49

Do you have any of the trailing tiarellas left?


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