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Have: Sweet Woodruff, Ajuga, orange Crocosmia

Posted by gardeners_hands 8, coastal WA (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 11, 10 at 13:05

Good morning!
I have crocosmia, blooms orange with a yellow throat, corms (bulbs) to trade. [FIRST PHOTO]


I have small rooted plants of both Ajuga and Sweet Woodruff to trade: They are great groundcovers, adaptable to sun or shade, wet or dry(ish) conditions.

Sweet Woodruff blooms with delicate white flowers in late spring, Ajuga with adorable small spikes of purple in early summer.
Their bloom-times actually crossover somewhat so they look nice in the same bed.

I do not know the variety of my Ajuga, it may be 'Bronze Beauty'.

I would like California poppy seeds (lots! ;).


I could also use garden phlox plants, and/or crocosmia Lucifer (bright red, I already have the orange).


E.P.O.P.
thanks in advance, Gardeners_Hands




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RE: Have: Sweet Woodruff, Ajuga, orange Crocosmia

Hi,
Sent a reply to your mail. Thanks


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RE: Have: Sweet Woodruff, Ajuga, orange Crocosmia

Sending you an email.
Denise


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RE: Have: Sweet Woodruff, Ajuga, orange Crocosmia

sending an email thanks
Sherri GW/sherrih


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RE: Have: Sweet Woodruff, Ajuga, orange Crocosmia

Hi gardeners_hands I would like to have the sweet woodruff, ajuga, orange crocosmia plants. I have these seeds to trade. California poppy mission bells mixed colors, california poppy purple, micado california poppy red. Please let me know if you want to trade. Thanks Brenda


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RE: Have: Sweet Woodruff, Ajuga, orange Crocosmia

I realize you posted this 2 years ago, but if you still have Sweet Woodruff, I would love some. Can trade liriope, day lilies, tiger lilies, forsythia seedlings, rose of sharon, nandina, and other things.

Thanks!


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