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HAVE: woody plants and more

Posted by fel6 6b-7a (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 23, 12 at 20:11

This my annual attempt to trade away extras and orphans. I can wait until late August to ship if you prefer. I live in Phila. area.

Have woodies and some perennials in pots waiting for a home...

Oakleaf hydrangea, seedling of 'snow queen'.
Rhododendron 'Ann H. Hall' and 24 carat-- both flowered this year.
St. John's Wort: HYPERICUM androsaemum 'Albury Purple'
Hydrangea: macrophylla 'Silver Variegated Mariesii'
epimedium x warleyense 'Orangekonigin' (I think -- the epis are hard to tell apart when not in bloom. Could be 'frohnleiten')
Aesculus Parviflora (in bloom) probably too big to ship -- must be local trade for this.
Enkianthus campanulatus 'summer hill' (This plant is not doing too well, so local trade probably and it would need to be babied).
Clethra ainifolia 'fern valley pink'
Clematis 'anna german'

I also have most of the other plants on my regular trade list -- brunneras, japanese anemones, Jack in the pulpits, asarums, daylilies -- 'kwanso double', 'wild horses' loads of stella's, lungworts, astilbes, japanese painted ferns, sensitive ferns, ostrich ferns, columbines,may apples, blood root, hosta patriot, stokesia 'bluestone', lonicera sempervirens -- john clayton or major wheeler, hellebore foetidus (should bloom next year), geranium biokovo, astilbe 'bridal veil', arum italcum 'pictum', a few bottle gentians, variegated soloman seal.

Houseplants: clivia, begonia morocco, begonia caravan, pink anthurium (smaller flowers)

Will trade many plants for one if I can get something I really want or that is more valuable than my plants.
Seeking: hardy native orchids, certain species peonies, peony 'green lotus', fern leaf peony, sarracenias or other small peat bog plants, kalmia 'galaxy', clematis pitcherii, unusual shade plants such double trilliums, etc. -- tempt me with your rare plants -- nothing too common.
Non-horticultural tradable items I would accept: stone or copper pots or wood barrels, troughs, trellises, metal garden art, antique ladies pins.


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