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Name: Catmint/Robin
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Jul 14, 2016 5:24 PM CST

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This is where we discuss haves and wants for the fall swap.
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Name: Judy
Mid Atlantic Coastal Plain USA (Zone 7b)
Butterflies
MariposaMaid
Jul 14, 2016 7:14 PM CST
This thread is for posting the plants you'll have available for the Fall Plant Swap in September and for posting plants you would like to have. You don't have to post to participate but please try to so we all have a sense of what plants you are interested in for your gardens.

Please post only ONCE on this thread, and then edit your post as needed.

Please use this thread only for HAVE and WANT lists. There will be another thread started for general discussion. Here Is link:
The thread "Fall Swap Discussion Thread" in Mid Atlantic Gardening forum

And this is a link to the Haves and Wants thread from our Spring Swap for reference:
The thread "Spring Plant Swap Haves and Wants" in Mid Atlantic Gardening forum



Thanks !
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Lititz, PA (Zone 6b)
Winter Sowing Hellebores Bulbs Xeriscape Lilies Daylilies
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Sequoiadendron4
Jul 14, 2016 7:32 PM CST
Have:
2) Conoclinium coelestinum - Hardy Ageratum, Blue Mist Flower - one has a Raununculus hispidus shoot also growing in it.
2) Myosotis sylvanica - unknown color but either blue or pink


Getting:
x) Ajuga - Lisa
2) Ajuga - Catmint
x) Silene armeria - Aspen
x) Geranium cantabrigiense 'karmina' - Aspen
1) Anemone hupehensis var. japonica - Lisa
1) Ajuga - Critter
1) Kalimeris pinnatifida - Robinbunch
1) V. Carlesii cutting - Chantell


Want:
Any plant that takes full sun - full shade, very dry - wet soil, flowers all year round in zone 6b, repels rabbits, Japanese beetles other nuisance garden pests, and grows at the perfect height (whatever that might be)
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Name: Sally
central Maryland
Seriously addicted to kettle chips.
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sallyg
Jul 15, 2016 5:57 AM CST
HAVE
* Bottlebrush buckeye- branch cuttings from spring have rooted, will still need care
* Hydrangea, lacecap, looks just like the photo by NewYorkRita in the parent entry for Hydrangea I have one or two nice rooted cuttings. Mature plant is 3 ft tall, 5 ft wide.
* Daylily, dark red, plentiful small flowers
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WANT

RESERVED FOR
coleup- Lobelia clump, rudbeckia laciniata, blackeyed susans, stella's- dig to order
Jeff packera aurea
shygardener Donna- daylilies
ecnalg- first hydrangea cutting
SEE SWAP TOOL

I'll also use the swap tool and tree-mail. Will edit this as I can. Feel free to bug me any or all methods if you want something
..come into the peace of wild things..-Wendell Berry
Life is a buffet (anon)
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Name: Judy
Mid Atlantic Coastal Plain USA (Zone 7b)
Butterflies
MariposaMaid
Jul 15, 2016 7:04 AM CST
I support Monarch Butterflies and their Migration by planting several types of Milkweed and nectar rich fall to late fall bloomers.

HAVES:
Assorted Milkweed: Common, Swamp, Tropical, and tuberosa (Butterfly Weed)
Assorted Fall Blooming Asters
Assorted garden worthy Goldenrods
Two kinds of Joe Pye Weed

WANTS:
Black eyed Susans, Cone Flowers, any plant that is a butterfly/pollinator host or nectar plant.

PROMISED:

Same as Sallyg above "I'll also use the swap tool and tree-mail. Will edit this as I can. Feel free to bug me any or all methods if you want something.


Name: Gita Veskimets
Baltimore or Nottingham MD-212 (Zone 7a)
Life is "mind over matter". If I d
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gitagal
Jul 15, 2016 6:59 PM CST
I have to take stock of the FEW things I have to share. Some are annuals--
SO--what's the use in sharing these?

I have some Sedums--no clue what they are....pea sized "balls" on stems.
picked the broken pieces up at Md Flower and Foliage. Will get pictures.

I do have some baby plants of a couple different Columbines, from seed. No name right now.

Lots of Pregnant Onion starts--growing well already. The mama bloomed again this year.

Have Delaware valley white Azalea rooted cuttings.
Need to really take stock. Just listing these off the top of my head.

July 18--added:
--Have started to root 5 or 6 small pots of Brazilian Plume Flower. These root easily.
Might give you a bloom 2 years from now. After the mama blooms--I can do mote.
Right now--all the tips of the stems have buds on them. Will post pictures.

--Lots of growing Spider Plants.
--Two rooting cuttings of Beef Steak begonia"
--Lots of "Inky Fingers" Coleus. Grow as houseplant and have loads next
year or your containers.
Gita


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Name: Critter (Jill)
MD (Zone 6b)
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critterologist
Jul 15, 2016 11:46 PM CST
I've got both sun and shade now! Favorite flower colors are purple & pink, not so keen on peach/orange/gold. I've been adding "understory" trees/shrubs to my little fence row of trees along the back, especially those that have fruit for wildlife and for us... Looking for pawpaw and sand cherry seedlings :-)

While I have a number of things that could be dug/divided, I'm not sure how much I'll be able to do, since my legs went mostly on strike at the beginning of summer. I think Martina and I may be able to work together to get some things to bring, and her sons have been helping me too. Smiling I'll list things as I manage to get to them... will try to "round up the usual suspects" such as mint, oregano, lemon balm, garlic chives, Felicia's Phlox, Yellow Ox-Eye (Heliopsis helianthoides v. scabra), irises, daylilies... I've been spotting some volunteer maples in addition to the ever-present Rose of Sharon saplings, will pot if there's interest.

Please check out the fall bulb group buy (on the sale & group buy forum)... I just placed our initial order with ADR. Depending on what I can work out with various parties, we may have some follow-on orders from ADR, Ednie, Bloomingbulb, etc. There's a nice selection of unusual daffodils! The week before the swap, I'll list "available" bulbs either here or on the swap tool... but the best way to get what you want is to get in on the ordering process. Smiling

notes to self:
spider for Frenchy, owe her $11.08 for potting pellets
Kerria for Lisa, Shy
bring rope, stakes, mallet...
2 tables, canopy

BULBS
Semp Box
Iries
Sharpies (2 extreme for David)
moisture crystals?
I'm learning to dance in the rain. Thank you, Sally & Chris.
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tantefrancine
Jul 16, 2016 4:40 AM CST
I have lemon balm

the old fashion double daylilies

hosta --no names--has big leaves and small leaves: if interested please let me know, so I can get them out after a soaking rainfall

gueen of the night -- night blooming cereus--can bring cuttings

lamb ears
Name: Rick Moses
Derwood, MD (Zone 7b)
Region: Mid-Atlantic Region: Maryland Hostas Ferns
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RickM
Jul 16, 2016 9:39 AM CST
I will update this post as things progress. Please check the Swap List for current availabilities.

Note: The swap list shows what I am currently offering. I will be adding things as they come available in my gardens. If there is something listed in the swap list with a zero (0) quantity, please send me a tree mail to enquire about additional stock.

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Last Updated: 07-Sep-2016 19:54

Offering for Trade:
- Celandine Poppy (Stylophorum diphyllum)
_ _ CatMint20906
_ _ KRobra
_ _ SequoiaDendron4

- Coffee (coffea arabica)
_ _ Chantell

- Double-Flowering Japanese Kerria (Kerria japonica 'Pleniflora') SOLD OUT
_ _ Donnerville
_ _ ECNALG
_ _ GreenThumb99

- Fern, Cinnamon Fern (Osmunda cinnamomea) SOLD OUT
_ _ AspenHill
_ _ EGNALG

- Fern, Lady Fern (Athyrium filix-femina) SOLD OUT
_ _ AspenHill
_ _ Critterologist
_ _ ECNALG
_ _ SequioaDendron4

- Forsythia (Forsythia) SOLD OUT
_ _ Muddy1 (4 pots)

- Hosta 'Bressingham Blue' SOLD OUT
_ _ AspenHill
_ _ Critterologist
_ _ Frenchy21
_ _ MariposaMaid
_ _ ShyGardner

- Hosta (Hosta 'Cameo') SOLD OUT
_ _ MariposaMaid
_ _ RobinBunch5

- Hosta (Hosta 'Forbidden Fruit') SOLD OUT
_ _ AspenHill
_ _ MariposaMaid
_ _ Shy_Gardner

- Hosta (Hosta 'Golden Tiara') SOLD OUT
_ _ CatMint20906
_ _ RobinBunch5
_ _ Shy_Gardner

- Hosta (Hosta lancifolia)
_ _ RobinBunch5

- Hosta (Hosta plantaginea 'Diana Remembered') SOLD OUT
_ _ AspenHill
_ _ Chantell
_ _ Critterologist
_ _ Shy_Gardner

- Lily Of The Valley (Convallaria majalis)
_ _ 5601Lisa

- Mint, Basil Mint (Mentha x piperita 'Basil') SOLD OUT
_ _ GreenThumb99

- Mint, Black Stem Peppermint (Mentha x piperita 'Black Stem') SOLD OUT
_ _ Frenchy21

- Mint, Chocolate Mint (Mentha x piperita 'Chocolate') SOLD OUT
_ _ Catmint20906

- Mint, Orange Mint (Mentha x piperita 'Orange') SOLD OUT
_ _ Critterologist
_ _ ECNALG
_ _ RobinBunch5

- Mint, Red Raripila Mint (Mentha x smithiana) SOLD OUT
_ _ Frenchy21
_ _ GreenThumb99

- Spider Plant (Chlorophytum comosum)
_ _ Frenchy21 (5 pots)

- Wild Ginger (Asarum canadense) SOLD OUT
_ _ AspenHill
_ _ Critterologist
_ _ SequioaDendron4 (5 pots)



Offering for Sale:
- Mesh Bags - 11 x 19 Purple Polypropolene, Bundle of 6 bags for $3.00

- Mountain Laurel 'Bullseye' $13.00 each
_ _ GreenThumb99

- Mountain Laurel 'Minuet' $13.00 each SOLD OUT
_ _ Donnerville
_ _ ECNALGE

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Reserved from Spring Swap:
- Devil's Walking Stick (Aralia spinosa)
_ _ Susan (Muddy1, VA) - 2 (Reserved at spring swap, more available)
_ _ Ric (eRic4Home, PA) - 1 (Reserved at spring swap, more available)

- Aldi Obelisk's purchased for RobinBunch5 ($20.00)

Reserved from Hosta Farm sale:
- SSGardener: $11.55
_ _ Earth Angel (1 @ $3.85)
_ _ First Frost (1 @ $3.85)
_ _ Halcyon (1 @ $3.85)

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Want:
- Bracken Fern (pteridium aquilinum)

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Useful Links:
- Fall Swap 2016 General Information
- Fall Swap Discussion Thread
- Master Swap List
- Fall Swap Haves and Wants Thread
- 2016 Fall Swap Who's Coming?
- Fall Swap Food Thread

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Name: Donna
Mid Shore, Maryland (Zone 7a)
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Shy_gardener
Jul 16, 2016 3:17 PM CST
Haves that need a new home.....

1 - bagged - Heavenly Bamboo (Nadina Domestic) multi stemmed balled root w/friends (vinca minor & ? lily)
2- 1 gallon pot - Green Sedge (exact type unknown) pic on swap board
4 - 1 gallon pot - Common periwinkle (Vinca Minor)
2 - 2 gallon pot - Japanese Kerria (Golden Guinea) 1 large one/1 smaller one
2 - potted - fluffy orange lilies ?? (looks like kwanso)
4+ - potted Rose a Sharon (white w/red center) Hummingbirds/butterflies love them
4+ - bagged - Yellow flag Iris (multi rhizomes per bag)
1 - bagged - Large hardy Eastern Prickly Pear (Multi pads)
2+ - potted - Orange Ditch lilies
1 - gallon pot - Oak tree seedling (about 12" tall)
4+ - bagged - Chameleon Plants (Houttuynia Cordata) (multi stems) Very Fragrant - Bugs/Snakes steer clear of it - Heck my dogs won't even go near it.
Please research - Can be very invasive in certain environments, and does grow larger than stated.

Everything is listed on the Swap Board, plus some more I've come across. I've not done this before, but feel free to T-mail me if there is any thing I have that you would like. Be happy to find it a good home. Doubt I'll hoss stuff, that's not at least kinda spoken for, don't want to hoss it back....
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RESERVED: (other than Swap Board)

MariposaMaid - Orange Lily
Jill - Thanksgiving & Easter Cactus
Frenchy - Thanksgiving & Eastern Cactus
Chantell - Hopeful - Honeysuckle cuttings



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Would love to get:

Daisies
Black Eyed Susan's
Any Cone Flowers

Aaaaa Heck, I just like plants....
"If the bee disappears from the surface of the earth, man would have no more than four years to live." ~ Albert Einstein
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Name: Chantell
Middle of Virginia (Zone 7a)

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Chantell
Jul 16, 2016 3:38 PM CST
HAVES:

TENDER
Will root NIGHT BLOOMING JASMINE based on interest. This 'type' blooms early with repeat flushes from June through early October.
Will root NOID SAMBAC JASMINE based on interest.
Will root GRAND DUKE OF TUSCANY JASMINE based on interest.
Tuberose clusters - limited

WANTS:
Frangrants - shocking I know. Hilarious!
My son could still use more hostas should anyone have extras


PROMISED:
tantefrancine - Duke of Tuscany
Sequoiadendron4 - vibrunum
Judy - starts of Molly & Patient holiday cactus
Donner - tuberose clusters

RECEIVING:
Judy - "Buzz Magenta' Butterfly bush
tantefrancine - hosta
What would YOU attempt if you KNEW you wouldn't fail?
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tantefrancine
Jul 17, 2016 12:38 PM CST
Chantal: I would like to have all the scented geraniums (1 each)--I managed to root your gift of the night blooming jasmine--it is still alive! Would like to have the hardy gardenia too. Thanks --- I have 1 scented geranium but do not know what kind. Do you want me to root it for you?

tantefrancine
Jul 17, 2016 12:39 PM CST
Forgot: I will bring whatever hosta I can dig out.
Name: Rick Moses
Derwood, MD (Zone 7b)
Region: Mid-Atlantic Region: Maryland Hostas Ferns
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RickM
Jul 18, 2016 6:22 AM CST
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What a man needs in gardening is a cast-iron back, with a hinge in it. Charles Dudley Warner
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Name: Rick Moses
Derwood, MD (Zone 7b)
Region: Mid-Atlantic Region: Maryland Hostas Ferns
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Jul 19, 2016 5:28 AM CST
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What a man needs in gardening is a cast-iron back, with a hinge in it. Charles Dudley Warner
Name: Critter (Jill)
MD (Zone 6b)
We're all learners, doers, teachers
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critterologist
Jul 19, 2016 12:14 PM CST
Yikes I'd better get busy and list something!
I'm learning to dance in the rain. Thank you, Sally & Chris.
Name: Kurt
Woodbridge , Va (Zone 7a)
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krobra
Jul 20, 2016 1:08 PM CST
HAVES

1 Wooly Thyme (Thymus praecox subsp. polytrichus)
nice spiller , filler or stepable , grows in any well drained soil or pot , sun or shade

TENDER PERENNIAL

1 medium Golden Shrimp Plant

PROMISED (non seed swap tool)

Chantell - 2 fennel



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Name: Mike
Baltimore, MD (Zone 7b)
Organic Gardener Herbs Vegetable Grower Permaculture
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EvergreenMike
Jul 20, 2016 8:13 PM CST
Haves: No rooted plants atm, but I'd be happy to root cuttings of any of the following per request:

Weeping Yaupon Holly (Ilex Vomitoria 'Pendula')
Greek Oregano (Origanum Vulgare)
Thymus species: (fragrance)
Silver Thyme 'Argenteus' (original culinary)
Rose Petal Thyme (perfumey, floral, fruity)
Golden Lemon Thyme (lemon)
Lavender Thyme (lavender)
Orange Balsam Thyme (spicy, resinous, hint of orange)

I have some interesting volunteers in the woods I'd be happy to dig up: poplar, aralia spinosa, climbing euonymus... I'll compile a more thorough list later.

Wants: Anything and everything evergreen and edible, though medicinals are cool too.
I'm especially looking for:
Sweet Violet (Viola Odorata)
Hardy Gardenias (especially those with significant fragrance)


Name: Frenchy
Falls Church, VA (Zone 7a)
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Frenchy21
Jul 22, 2016 5:31 PM CST
Here are a few for now - will add more later and names of varieties

HAVES:

Black-eyed susans
Several coleus - rooting now:
Variety of cactus pups and succulent cuttings - will list soon
Hosta - see picture below ( hosta is all taken now as of 7/27)

WANTS:

Spider Plants
Large hardy Eastern Prickly Pear (Multi pads)
any type of cactus or echeverias or semps
pepperomia and other houseplants (love them all)

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Name: Chantell
Middle of Virginia (Zone 7a)

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Chantell
Jul 22, 2016 6:29 PM CST
Frenchy D'Oh! - I dug up and threw away a big ole bunch of that after the spring swap. They're trying to come back up though so either they go to you or in the trash.
What would YOU attempt if you KNEW you wouldn't fail?
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