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I am not interested in selling or trading live plants. I do save seeds once in awhile and would be willing to trade those.

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Image Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Nearly Black'
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This was in the KK garden. It was stunning, but disappeared one year after it was well established. 'Bird on a Wire' is there now in the exact same place. It's sort of a mystery to me.
Autumn color Paperbark Maple (Acer griseum)
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I planted one of these out in the pasture a long time ago. It lived for about 2 years before succumbing to deer damage. It was not fenced. It started to come back from the root stock, but that didn't last long either.
                               Full Moon Maple (Acer japonicum 'Maiku Jaku')
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I planted one of these in the lower yard in 2008, where the raspberries were before we moved them into the veggie garden. It made it a year or two and then just woke up dead in the spring. It was really pretty while it lasted. I have not had much luck down there with trees, other than aspen. They probably get root rot in the spring during high water.
Image Stars of Persia (Allium cristophii)
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Used to have some in the corner also, but they're gone now.
Image Angelica (Angelica archangelica)
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Gone from corner. These are biennials. I had Angelica gigas one time with gorgeous red flower heads. I can never find the seeds for those for some reason.
Image Columbine (Aquilegia coerulea 'Red Hobbit')
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I had 3 different red and white columbines along the front of the greenhouse. This one's gone.
Image Columbine (Aquilegia vulgaris 'Clementine Salmon Rose')
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It was in front of the greenhouse
Image Pink Rock Cress (Arabis 'Compinkie')
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This was growing under the Spirea in the Z5 Garden.
Image Pink Thrift (Armeria maritima 'Dusseldorfer Stolz')
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Z5 - I've not had much luck with any Thrift lasting more than a year or two around here.
Image Wormwood (Artemisia arborescens 'Powis Castle')
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#1 & 2: GH, #3 Z5 new in '18, #4 I had a really nice healthy one in the corner garden, but it woke up dead one spring.
Image Sedge (Carex oshimensis EverColor® Everillo)
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Corner. Had 2 of these down by the willow end. They hung in there for a couple years, and then they both just woke up dead one spring.
Image Red Valerian (Centranthus ruber)
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Z5 next to the garage. These lived for many years and were so jolly. I don't think there is a single one left.
Image Hinoki Cypress (Chamaecyparis obtusa)
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By the spirea & lamb's ears. Planted at the back, near the garage wall. It never amounted to anything, while the other one has thrived. Spring 2019, pulled out the dead stalk.
Image Little Pickles (Crassothonna capensis)
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2018 Planted 3 of these in the rock garden. None of them made it through the winter. Too bad - they were really cute.
Image Daphne
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I had this in the Z5 garden for a few years. It never got very big, but it was NOID, so maybe it was a small cultivar. It smelled wonderful, but was short-lived.
Image Pinks (Dianthus Cosmicâ„¢ Pink Swirl)
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This was a really pretty one - GH. Woke up dead one spring.
Image White Fringed Bleeding-heart (Dicentra eximia 'Snowdrift')
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Front. This did well for a number of years before it got crowded out by the darmera and other thugs
Image Sea Holly (Eryngium planum)
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Crabapple
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Gone from the corner
Image Euphorbia Excalibur
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This was growing in the dry area and was doing really well - big and robust. Then it woke up dead. Conflicting zone information
Image Persian Fritillary (Fritillaria persica)
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These were in the corner and really pretty - deep, dark purple bells.

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