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HAVE: Multi-trade perennials?

Posted by zophra z6 NJ (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 1, 13 at 22:15

I would like a large multi-plant trade of perennial plants. Please see my trade list if anything interests you. I am particularily looking for pink bee balm, Stokes' aster, "dark" plants, grasses, pink or red tall phlox, sedums, and white flowered ice plant....
Tammy (Zophra)

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RE: HAVE: Multi-trade perennials?

I'd like to do a large trade. I have a multitrade posted here(Have: medium box of perennials for some of yours) and my list that you can look at. From your wants list I have: Monkshood, Sedums (Blue Spruce, Postman's Pride, Xenox, Vera jameson, Acre- cuttings), Ornamental grasses (Miscanthus zebrinus strictus, M. variegatum, Chasmanthium latifolium, Pennisetum "Moudry", Festuca glauca), Echinacea "Summer sky", several daylilies, Irises, three kinds of penstemons.

I am interested in your Ajuga "Black Scallop", Artimesia "Silver Brocade", Caryopteris "snow Fairy", Pulmonaria Mrs Moon, Japanese ferns, Dianthus "Strawberry Sorbet and Hostas, especially "Leading Lady".

RE: HAVE: Multi-trade perennials?

I'm interested in:
Amsonia - Blue Ice
Coral Bells - Dale's Strain
Carry Me Home Daylily
Creeping veronica
Hosta - St. Paul
Iris - Tiger Honey
Japanese ferns
Sedum - Mediovariegatum
Sedum - Camchatka
Sedum - Purple Emperor
I have cutting of Sedum + more. Check out my List
I collect Daylilies!

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