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Have Assorted Perennials

Posted by woodthrush z4PA (My Page) on
Sat, Oct 1, 11 at 13:52

I have 2-4 of these. I'm interested in perennials hardy to zone 4.
buddleia Pink Delight
b. White Profusion

Phlox David
p. blue Moon

Hydragea Pink Winky these hydrangea are 15+" tall
h. Annabelle
h. Pee Wee - Oak Leaf variety
Sedum Autumn Charm
Black Lace Sambucus
Caryopteris Hint of Gold
Alstroemeria Tangerine Tango
Lobelia Fried Green Tomatoes
Astilbe Amethyst
Astilbe White Gloria
Astilbe Visions Pink

Echeveria 'Pink Frills'

I'm interested in named perennials plants, no cuttings, must be hardy to zone 4.

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RE: Have Assorted Perennials

  • Posted by Erylyn 5 Colorado Front Ran (My Page) on
    Sat, Oct 1, 11 at 22:03

I have a number of perennials available: Dappled willow 'Hakura Nishiki', hardy cacti, miniature rose 'Ralph Moore',
wild violets which bloom spring - fall, etc.

I am interested in your Sambucus 'Black Lace'. I had a very large collection on elderberries but had to leave them behind when we moved from Illinois to Colorado in December. It's one of my favorite shrubs.

Best wishes,

RE: Have Assorted Perennials

I would be interested in your h. Annabelle
and h. Pee Wee . Check me tradelist if you see something that may interest you. Thank you. Monica

RE: Have Assorted Perennials

I would love to trade for your:

Sedum 'Autumn Charm' (have been looking for this one!)
Phlox 'Blue Moon'
Astilbe 'White Gloria'

I hope you can find some plants on my list!



RE: Have Assorted Perennials

Carol, you email is hidden.
I'm interested in your
Astilbe Veronica Klose, heauchera Prince of Orange and sedum Emperor's Wave.

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