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HAVE: Perennials, Annuals, and Others

Posted by JinLee 9a (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 27, 14 at 19:10

My trade list contains the plants that I am most willing to part with. However, my almost complete listing is down below. I'm only willing to part with some things if I'm offered some much desired veggies or fruit. I'm mostly looking for black type tomatoes (http://www.heirloomtomatoplants.com/The Black Tomatoes.htm) and watermelons (blacktail mountain,sugar baby, [something that grows well,doesn't split, taste good, anything else that experienced watermlelon growers know that I don't since I'm new to watermelon growing]). Just incase this info is needed, I live in Houston.


Ageratum
Amaranthus
Anise Hyssop
Balloon Flower
Black eyed susan
blackberry lilly
Blue columbine
Blue Lobellia
Canterbury bells
Catnip
Celandine
Celiosa Plumosa or burgundy
Celosia
Ceratotheca triloba
Cilantro
Cinnamon Basil
Clematis- Nelly Moser
Cleome � Spinosa
Columbine � Tequila Sunrise
Convolvulous
Bindweed
dianthus plumarius-pink
Dill
false sunflower
Fennel
Feverfew
Foxtail
Gaillardia aristata
Hockspur
Hollyhocks
Marigold
Mexican mint=
Oregano � True Greeil
Parsley
Parsley
Peppermint
Primrose candelabra
Rose campion
Rosemary
Ruby grass
Sea Holly
Society Garlic
Spaghetti squash
Sweet Basil
Tall evening Primrose
Tansy
True Lavender
Verbena on a stick
White Angel�s trumpet


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RE: HAVE: Perennials, Annuals, and Others

Hello, Just a few questions to see if I am interested.
What color are the canterbury bells?
Are the Primrose candelabra hardy to zone 5 and what color are they?
Are the White Angel Trumpets hardy (aka Moon flower shrub) or a tender perennial?
How tall does your lavender get? Would they be good in pots?

Also, how much seed do you have of each? I am looking for lots.
Thanks! Bernadette

This post was edited by bernadette_gourder on Fri, Feb 28, 14 at 8:32


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RE: HAVE: Perennials, Annuals, and Others

Hi Jinlee, I am interested in your:
Oregano "True Greeil"
Ruby grass
Society Garlic
Peppermint
Blue Lobellia

I have a few different black tomatoes and other flowers/veggies that might interest you.

-Tina

Here is a link that might be useful: kilngod's trade list


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RE: HAVE: Perennials, Annuals, and Others

Okay, I'm done trading for tomatoes. Only accepting watermelons- blacktail mountain or sugar baby. Also, will accept a tasty, fruitful, unsplitting watermelon that contains other beneficial properties that experienced watermelon growers know.


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RE: HAVE: Perennials, Annuals, and Others

You posted to me wanting Paw Paws, I still have some if interested. I'd love the aquilegia Tequila Sunrise if interested. Thanks, Melinda


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RE: HAVE: Perennials, Annuals, and Others

I'm still looking for some watermelons. However, I am now also looking for (would prefer you have multiple of these):

Sweet Alyssum
Golden Marguerite (Anthemis tinctoria)
Queen Anne's Lace
Fern Leaf Yarrow
Lemon Balm
Cosmos White Sensation

This post was edited by JinLee on Thu, Mar 6, 14 at 8:05


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RE: HAVE: Perennials, Annuals, and Others

Current Wanted Watermelons:

Cream of Saskatchewan
Blacktail Mountain
Golden Midget


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RE: HAVE: Perennials, Annuals, and Others

Hey there,

I'd love to make a trade with ya. I believe I have all 3 of the watermelons you are looking for. I can let you know for certain when I get home.

I'm interested in your:
Society Garlic
Ruby Grass
Aquilegia Tequila Sunrise (I'd heard this was sterile, have you tried growing it from seed?)
and Primrose Candelabra

I'm sure I can find one more thing to tempt you with :)

Thanks!
Wendy / Sassy


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