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HAVE: Lots to Trade

Posted by mamabear z5b MI (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 6, 14 at 17:29

Have: Blackberries, Raspberries, Mock Strawberry,
Ditch "Tawny" Orange Daylilies, 3 Iris, "Red Mittens Daylily,
Lychin (Rose Campion), Lilac Bushes, Ostrich Ferns
Autumn Olive, Heart's-a-Bustin, Hummingbird vine,
Lot of 2 different kinds of Vinca & English Ivy,
Euophorbia, Yellow Variegated Archangel, Dames Rocket,
Cherry Bell Campanula, Sedum "Stonecrop" ,
Chocolate Chip Ajuga, Ladybells Campanula, Garden Phlox
Looking for What I don't have for Zone 5.

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RE: HAVE: Lots to Trade

Im interested in your blackberries and raspberries. and Red Mittens Daylily, please see my list to see if we can make a trade.

RE: HAVE: Lots to Trade

Hi I live in zone 5b so anything on my trade lists should do well in your area. Please take a look. I would like the

Hummingbird vine
Hearts a bustin

For the birds and wildlife around here. :) I also have a Mexican sedum but I'm sure you have it. Shoot me an email!

RE: HAVE: Lots to Trade

i am interested in the Autumn Olive,
most of what i have are tropical fruits. papaya , guava etc...
probably wont grow in your area without a greenhouse.
i do have some Canna and spider lilies ?
Or, i can pay postage


RE: HAVE: Lots to Trade

Hi greenman62 Sorry my email is not letting me reply but I am looking for: Chinese Juniper Shrubs �" Pfitzer, the Pom-Pom Bush Or did you mean a Dwarf Pomegranate?
If so Postage would be fine.

RE: HAVE: Lots to Trade

Hi mamabear,

I have both pomegranate and Dwarf Pom.
the dwarf is about 1ft tall, and the regular Poms are about the same height, but they are only 1 yr old.
(dont know what a PomPom is)

I also have Passionflower - Passiflora Caerulea
which is cold-hardy to zone 5
i have a large one that is always putting out shoots and babies.

also have a mulberry about 8 inches tall rooted cutting.
has been growing nicely for 3 months.
not sure about the zone for mulberry though.

or, as i said, more than willing to pay postage

been looking for Autumn Olive


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