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Have various plants for trade

Posted by woodthrush z4PA (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 27, 11 at 9:41

I have these in 3"x 4" deep pots
Heuchera
Sonic Smash
Encore
Guardian Angel
Pinot Gris

Sedum
Purple Emperor
Autumn Charm
Autumn Delight
Elsie's Gold

Daylily-bare root
French Porcelain
Alaqua
Cherry Cheeks
Storm of the Century
Bonanza
El Desperado
Russian Ragtime
Mauno Loa
Tuscawilla Tigress
Canadian Border Patrol

Interested in daylilies with a halloween theme name, named varieties of plants hardy to zone 4 and shade.


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RE: Have various plants for trade

I have a lot of screech owl daylily. I'm sending you an email.


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RE: Have various plants for trade

I have a campsis radicans vine that has beautiful yellow blooms. It is not invasive like the orange flowering vine. I also have a cinnamon fern, a blue hydrangea (will have to check, can't remember which one it is), Turks cap lily....I would be interested in a couple of your Heuchera and a couple hosta. Please let me know if you are interested.

Thanks for your consideration.
Cricket


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RE: Have various plants for trade

I have creeping wintergreen which does great in full shade (thats where mine is growing in zone 5) is also has spread into my part shade and some in full shade. I also have a ton of woodland ferns that spread by thick roots, white yarrow, and wild purple violets. PLMK if you would like to trade!

Thanks,
Randi


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