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HAVE: An even longer list

Posted by daylilly99 6b northern VA (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 2, 13 at 19:50

I posted this earlier with no responses but I have divided and lined out some plants so have even more to offer. The list appears below my wish list.

I'm looking for something I can stick in the ground easily - namely, interesting bulbs hardy to zone 6b - Darwin hybrid or fringe tulips, possibly narcissus (though I have a lot already so please only something quite interesting), colchicum, fall blooming crocus, martagon lilies, iris reticulata, iris xiphium, etc.

Please nothing small and invasive such as muscari, hyacinthoides hispanica, ipheon unifolium (these have become some of the banes of my gardening existence).

Here's what I'm offering at the moment:

I have freshly harvested seeds from my paeonia ostii 'Feng Den Bai' seedling. If you want more photos of the peony, just ask. I have photos of several of these I've grown from seed, showing some variation.

Narcissus 'Fragrant Rose' and I think I have some 'High Society' bulbs also.

Colchicum Byzantinum.

I have some nice daylily seedlings I want to divide as I move them. I will be happy to provide a link for you to see them.

Lilium Formosanum - reseed here and I know where there is at least one good sized plant I would like to move out of my way.

Hosta: Gypsy's Boa, Ice Cream, Ginko Craig

Tricyrtis (Japanese Toad Lily) - probably Miyazaki

I'm digging and rearranging constantly now so the list may get longer.

Here is a link that might be useful: paeonia ostii seedling

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RE: HAVE: An even longer list

Great list you got here. I'm going to clear mine and list it here too. I'm going through the list and let you know.

Here is a link that might be useful: Bella Terra Lawn & Landscape

RE: HAVE: An even longer list

I have mixed Darwin tulips that I would like to trade for Colchicum Byzantinum and Tricyrtis. Please see picture of tulips. if these appeal to you please email. THanks, Karen

RE: HAVE: An even longer list

Thank you for the offer Karen; it's too bad they are mixed. I have Gudoshnik (sp?) and some yellows but red ones would be nice. Maybe you will feel like separating them into colors next spring for more impact in your garden and for purposes of trading.

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