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HAVE: Succulents for perennials

Posted by denniso_z9_so_cal z9 So.Calif (My Page) on
Sun, May 4, 14 at 0:34

My daughter, because of employment has moved to Camp Hill, PA. Bought a lovely home with a large yard and can use more plants. I grow hundreds of plants here in So. Cal. but they are succulent plants, that is my thing. I have given her a few that she can keep as house plants but everything we tried outdoors melted in the cold. I have updated my trade list of succulents and am now looking for perennials that will thrive in PA. If your interested in succulents please look over my list and see if you have any of the perennial types that we are looking to trade. Hope to hear from some Eastern gardeners.


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RE: HAVE: Succulents for perennials

I'm interested in the 3 aeonium you have listed. For your daughter, I have pink and white bleeding hearts and stonecrop Brilliant. I live in NE Pennsylvania.
Pam


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RE: HAVE: Succulents for perennials

hi, I am in central PA and have lots of perennials. I am new so haven't formed a list yet. i recently became interested in succulents. I have Shasta daisies that do not need to be staked, yellow-orange tall daylilies, Stella Doro daylilies, purple asters, pink daisy mums, spiderwort, creeping jenny, purple iris.


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RE: HAVE: Succulents for perennials

I have a peony or two I'd love to trade. One is white with a pale pink center. The other I'm not sure because I have it planted in the shade and it never blooms. I'm interested especially in trailing succulents. I just joined, so I'm not sure how to go about this. Thanks!


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RE: HAVE: Succulents for perennials

I have a peony or two I'd love to trade. One is white with a pale pink center. The other I'm not sure because I have it planted in the shade and it never blooms. I'm interested especially in trailing succulents. I just joined, so I'm not sure how to go about this. Thanks!


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RE: HAVE: Succulents for perennials

I have New England Aster lavender and purple.
I have another perennial Aster with lavender blooms and is very prolific bloomer which covers the whole plant with blooms.

I will send an email.


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