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Daylily's,Hosta,Lilys,Wildflowers,Sedum's and more

Posted by flowersareforme Zone 3 (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 10, 10 at 21:00

Daylily's:

BONNIE HOLLEY (Corbett 06)
SATIN BIRD
Bird Talk Lambertson 05
LINDA DANIEL
ACROSS THE UNIVERSE,(Trimmer08
LARGER THAN LIFE ( Salter 00)
French Twist Stamile 04
Squirrel Beater Hansen09

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Peony's:
Bowl of Beauty
Felix Crousse
Blush Nymph
Festiva Maxima
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Hosta
Diana Remembered
Royal Gold standard
Francee
Wolverine
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Edibles,and Herb's
Jewel Rasberry
Fall Gold Rasberry
Red Rasberry
Niagara Grape
Elderberry
Walnut Tree
Self Heal-Herb
St.John's Wort

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Perennial's:
Gloxinia -Incarville delaveryi-pink
Geranium Sweet heidy
globe thistle
Veronica speedwell
Tricytris blue wonder
Moneywort
coltsfolt-and herb
Mullein-herb
Purple Loosestrife
Trillium
Trout Lily-dog tooth violet
Turtlehead
Yellow Flag iris
Forsthia lynwood gold-Cuttings
Rhodenron-Purple large flower
Boxwood purple flower
Lilac-purple
Campion
Hellebore-babies malve
Primrose pink
Leucanthemum x superbum
Adam's needle Yucca
red twig dogwood
violets purple
yarrow white
Golden Marquerite
snow on the mountain
white mallow
sandwort
lupin
blue thistle
Mary Rose cuttings,for rooted it is a special trade.

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Lily's:
Asiatic Lily Brunello 12/14 cm

Asiatic Lily Toronto 12/14 cm

Asiatic Lily Double Sensation Double 12/14 cm

Asiatic Lily Elodie Double 12/14 cm

Asiatic Lily Sphinx Double 12/14 cm

Asiatic Lily Tango Orange Art 12/14 cm

Asiatic Lily Tango Tiger Play 12/14 cm

Oriental Lily Dizzy 14/16 cm

Oriental Lily Salmon Star 14/16 cm

Oriental Trumpet Lily Albaney 16/18 cm

Oriental Trumpet Lily Conca d'Or 16/18 cm

Oriental Trumpet Lily Robina 16/18 cm

Tiger Lily Citronella 12/14 cm

Commander in chief
Centerfold
Dolly Madision
Bernini
Grand Cru
Red sensation
Tiger lily orange
Pink Heaven
Landini-almost black
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Clematis
Venosa violacea
Belle of working
Nelly Moser
Betty Risdon
H.F.clematis
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Sedum's;
Sedum rupestre
Sedum tetractinum
Sedumm Autumn Joy-fire
Sedum 'Ruby Glow'
Sedum Black Jack
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What I am looking for:These will not be traded for seeds-I have 4 boxes I may never use.I cannot trade for postage sry!
Named:Christina,Megan,Tommy,Jordan,Katlyn,Jocelyn,Anna,Ethan,

Heuchera I dont have:
Herbs I dont have:

Fruit Trees:
Apple,Cherry,Pear,Plum
Hellebore's
Iris I dont have
Lily's I dont have
toad lily's I dont have
Pincushion Flower
angelica
bergenia
Blue ice phlox
blushing bride tradescantia
scabiosa-butterfly blue
peonys i dont have
geraniums i dont have
hore hound
Motherwort
Lavender mint
Lilacs i dont have
Grapes i dont have
yellow dock
blue vervain
elecampane
ginko
ginseng
good king henry
magnolia tree for zone 4-5
witch hazel

please ask me or tempt me thaks for looking!


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RE: Daylily's,Hosta,Lilys,Wildflowers,Sedum's and more

Sending you an email.


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RE: Daylily's,Hosta,Lilys,Wildflowers,Sedum's and more

I have:
White old-fashioned lilac suckers (1-3 feet tall)
Old-fashioned pink single fragrant rose bush suckers
White hedge rose suckers
Old-fashioned Honeysuckle cuttings (rooted, hopefully)
Red current bush cuttings (rooted hopefully)
mints: chocolate, peppermint, spearmint, pineapple mint, maybe some others
Thyme
Oregano
Egyptian Walking Onions
Chives
Garlic Chives
Monarda (various colors)
Lady's Mantle
Purple Yarrow
hostas, daylilies, lilies and iris of various kinds, but waiting to see how they come up. Some tags were lost over the winter, so not sure exactly what's what right now.
Strawberry Swirls Heuchera
Old-fashioned single hollyhocks (pinks/whites)
Probably lots of other goodies...

Interested in:
Hellebore-babies malve
Primrose pink
Trillium
Lupin
Anything that takes at least partial shade & is deer-resistant. Open to unique plants.


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RE: Daylily's,Hosta,Lilys,Wildflowers,Sedum's and more

Sending you an email.


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RE: Daylily's,Hosta,Lilys,Wildflowers,Sedum's and more

Sent you an email. Shirley


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