Plant and Seed Trading forum: Too much Spiderwort

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pdermer1x
May 8, 2019 6:35 AM CST
It's been a great spring with enough rain and sun. I have way too much spiderwort (tradescantia) in purple/blue and white, and bunches are going to be dug out. Can I share some with anyone? I'll have other perennials to include if you'd like. Sighing! Thank You!
Name: Renée
Tennessee (Zone 7a)
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Ladyreneer
May 10, 2019 6:55 PM CST
Hello,
I'm in SE Tennessee just about 10 minutes from the GA line.
What other types of perennials do you have? I'm interested.
East TN
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pdermer1x
May 10, 2019 8:25 PM CST
Hi Renee
I go down to my brother's (in Woodstock, GA, NW of Atlanta) on 411. (I avoid Interstates if any other route is good). Are you around there, or closer to the Smokies route?

I've got lots that I can share. Iris pallida (early, grape-smelling blue/light purple pass-along), Iris cristata, blue flag iris, bicolor purple iris. (divided up yellow and white for give-away already this year). Lenten rose, ajuga (starting to take off too much, first year that's happening), "plain" green hosta, late-blooming tall small-flowering daffodils, rain lilies, Virginia bluebells, native columbine, lily of the valley, dwarf comfrey, tiger lily, Uvularia - grandiflora and sessifolia, tickseed. I'll have crocosmia and blackberry lily when I figure out which they are later this year. Probably missed a few!

Anything sound interesting? I'll be happy to share!
East TN
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pdermer1x
May 10, 2019 8:35 PM CST
two types of perennial geraniums
I can send pictures of things if you want. Most are unnamed, as when I started gardening here in TN, folks around here only consider gardening to be vegetable gardening and noone was interested in flowers
Name: Renée
Tennessee (Zone 7a)
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Ladyreneer
May 14, 2019 8:23 PM CST
Oh, your flowers sound beautiful! I'd love to trade some as I have several that you haven't mentioned yet. So many choices, too! What fun!
I'm in the middle of a trade right now that I'm enjoying. My first that isn't local.

We can tree mail about this if you'd like...
I live N of Atlanta right on the TN/GA
Borderline and a little SE of Chattanooga.
Our zones match up well! I have too many to list on here now but I'll break it down into a couple of treemails. Sound good?
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pdermer1x
May 14, 2019 9:08 PM CST
Absolutely! Looking forward to it
Name: Renée
Tennessee (Zone 7a)
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Ladyreneer
May 15, 2019 12:01 AM CST
I would love having photos so I can see the colors.
What kind of Geraniums?

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