sedumzz said: Oh I how I wished I lived near by
dulcimore11 said: My back went out last year. Its improved a fair bit with physical therapy but its still delicate and its obvious to me I'll have to cut back on some things, including my sempervivum collection. I' m going to keep some of my favorites and let the rest go. I'm looking for an experienced semp hobbyist with a collecting compulsion in my locality who would like them. They're in 6" and 8" pots. Some named, some noids. Includes a fair number of heufflis, and a few sedums. Maybe a total of 40 pots. Some duplicates, some mixed pots. Because I had to neglect them last year, some are not in peak shape. But I'm doing some repotting, and the ones I don't get to will still come back very nicely with division and a modicum of tlc. Nothing rare, but some good solid cultivars. This is an all or nothing offer...the person who adopts these will have to take the lot. They'll be ready to go in a couple of weeks. Anyone around Rochester, NY interested?
valleylynn said: Paul, made my day with this report. Bless you in your downsizing. That is a huge difference. Feels good in a way, doesn't it? What a beautiful garden you have.
So many people will be blessed with you gift of plants.
dulcimore11 said: ... As far as the semps go, I think it will ultimately be more satisfying to have a smaller collection I can attempt to grow to a high standard rather than a larger collection I can't do justice to.