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Name: Alana H
(Zone 7a)
Frogs and Toads Plant and/or Seed Trader Seed Starter I helped beta test the first seed swap Keeper of Poultry Garden Ideas: Level 1
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poisondartfrog
Feb 4, 2017 4:20 PM CST
Never too soon to start building a list. Smiling
Abutilon ranadei
Abutilon menziesii
Vestia foetida
Cleonia lusitanica
Dahlia campanula
Coreopsis 'Prairie White'
Tomato 'Candy's Old Yellow'
Lilium philippinense
Gaillardia aestivalis
Zinnia elegans or marilandica, virtually any pure white
Coleus
Cuphea hyssopifolia
Pelargonium gibbosum
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Name: Michelle
Cheyenne, WY (Zone 5a)
Salvias
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MrsBinWY
Feb 7, 2017 10:04 PM CST
Great idea Alana! I feel a little funny about admitting to having a wish list, but I'm not letting it stop me Smiling

- Allium albopilosum (christophii) - actually, most any species allium
- Cyclamen sp. that might be hardy in Zone 4/5. Maybe C. cilicium, C. coum or C. hederifolium? - I won C. hederifolium. Thank you @bellaluna !
- Eremurus sp. - would like to try any!
- Scrophularia macrantha
- Thymus neiceffii
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Name: Janine
NE Connecticut (Zone 6a)
Cat Lover Seed Starter Herbs Plant and/or Seed Trader
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janinilulu
Mar 29, 2017 7:28 PM CST
Astilboides tabularis
Galactites-any
Inula-any
Ipomoea quamoclit/Cypress Vine - pink only
Leonotis leonurus alba
Lobelia speciosa 'Felicia Jollygoodfellow'
Polemonium carneum
Selinum wallichianum
Solanum pyracanthum
Stachys byzantine
Tanacetum densum ssp amani
Urospermum delachampii

Vegetables: commercial only unless seed is pure, please.
Tomatoes 'Antique Roman', 'Pink Salad'
Winter Squash 'Green Delicious' Hubbard type or other small-fruited Hubbards, 'Red Kuri'

WISH LIST FROM 2016
Agastache mearnsii
Anthemis carpatica 'Snow Carpet'
Antirrhinum 'Copper Queen' (Snapdragon)
Apium graveolens secalinum (Cutting Celery/Smallage)
Argemone sanguinea (Red Prickly Poppy)
Asclepias variegata (Redring Milkweed)
Chaerophyllum hirsutum 'Roseum'-fresh seed please
Coreopsis gigantea
Cosmos bipinnatus 'Double Crested'
Delphinium brunonianum (Musk Larkspur)
Dianthus gratianopolitanus 'Bath's Pink'
Dianthus simulans
Euphrasia stricta (Eyebright) (thank you, @wildflowers, for reminding me that I'm still looking for this)
Fucshia paniculata
Gazania linearis
Herbs-uncommon
Helenium hoopesii
Helianthus x multiflorus-any
Hemerocallis lilioasphodelus/H. flava (Lemon Lily)
Heterotheca villosa (Golden Aster)
Lobelia species
Manihot grahamii
Marrubium incanum (Silver Horehound)
Marrubium rotundifolium (Silver-Edged Horehound)
Melampodium leucanthemum
Merremia tuberosa
Mimulus-any hybrid
Moltkia petraea
Moltkia suffruticosa
Pandorea jasminoides (Bower Vine)
Pelargonium species
Pelargonium suburbanum
Petunia species except axillaris, exserta, integrifolia/violacea
Phyteuma orbiculare (Round-headed Horned Rampion)
Phyteuma scheuchzeri (Horned Rampion)
Pycnanthemum clinopodioides (Basil Mountain Mint)
Pyrethrum-doubles with crested centers such as 'Rose Mist'
Silene acaulis (Moss Campion)
Tanacetum cinerariifolium (Dalmation Pyrethrum)
Valeriana montana
Viola-any commercial-no johnny jump ups, please
Viola-older varieties such as : 'Alpenglow', 'Apricot Queen', 'Blue Dream', 'Coronation Gold', etc
Viola koreana 'Syletta', 'Mars'
Violetta-any
Xanthisma texana (Sleepy Daisy)
Zinnia-'Poly Pink', 'Salmon Glow', any deep, dark purple
Seeds for plants with interesting or unusually colored/shaped foliage (except those with green & white variegation, unless listed here)
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Name: Val
Near Boston, MA (Zone 6a)
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vma4922
Aug 9, 2017 9:20 AM CST
Acanthus/Bear's Breeches Longifolius
Alaskan Burnet (Sanguisorba menziesii)
Anemone Virginiana (Tall Thimbleweed)
Antirrhinum (Perennial Snapdragon) - in pinks, reds, peaches, purple shades
Angelonia
Australian Bluebell (Wahlenbergia stricta)
Balloon flower, Astra Double Lavendar
Begonias: Rex Escargot, Gryphon, Illumination
Calendula Bronzed Beauty, Sunset Buff, Pink Surprise, Touch of Red, Solar Flashback, Radio, Oopsy Daisy, Orange King, Snow Princess
Campanula Medium (cup & saucer DOUBLE mix only) (I have single) or PINK Single
Cape Daisy
Cape Fuschia
Centaurea carina Caramia (Perennial Bachelor Buttons:) Any Lavendar/Violet, Dwarf JubileeGem
Coreopsis: Red, Pink, Melon/Oranges (No Yellows/Yellow combinations, already have several) including Rum Punch, Mango Punch, Cranberry Ice, Garnet, Little Penny, Pumpkin Pie, Strawberry Punch, Pink Lemonade, Tropical Lemonade, Desert Coral. Autum Blush, Cherry Lemonade, Desert Coral, Garnet, Pink Sapphire
Coleus: Wizard Sunset,, Coral Sunrise, Lava Rose, Chocolate Covered Cherry, Coral Sunset
Cosmos Double Click Rose Bon Bon, Cranberry and/or Pinks,
Cosmos Pink Pop Socks
Dianthus Chianti, Victoriana, Loveliness, Superbus
Euphorbia Bonfire, Polychroma
Evening Primrose Sunset Blvd, Glowing Magenta
Foxglove Monstruosa
Geranium Multibloom Salmon
Gomphrena (Globe Amaranth) Orange, Lilac
Ligularia Rocket or Rocket Jr.
Lobelia Vedrariensis (purple), Lobelia Starship Rose (not scarlet red) -Perennials
Malope - Vulcan
Maltese Cross "Dawn Sky"
Pentas, Pink or Violet Graffitti (mix ok)
Polygonum (Persicaria affinis) Bistorta **
Poppies, including PomPoms, Harestrawm Mix 36", Fruit Punch, Pizzicato Mix, Oriental Melon Shades, Oriental Patty's Plum, Twister Calif.
Potentilla atrosanguinea (Himalayan Cinquefoil)
Prunella, rose/pink
Purple Tails (Teucrium Hyracanicum)
Queen of the Prairie (Filipendula rubra)
Roseroot, Asian (Rhodiola Semenovii)
Rudbeckia, Prairie Sun, Ruby Ruby, Chimchiminee or Sahara (only)
Sedum: Red or Bronze colored leaves
Savlia Wild Thing, Ultra Violet
Torenia/Wishbone Flower: Blue, Purple, Pink
TriColor Chrysanthemums - Sunset
Solomon's Seal (Polygonatum) especially Variegated
Veronica Aztec Gold
Virginia Bluebells (Mertensia Verginica)
Woodland Poppy/Celandine Poppy (Stylophorum diphyllum)
Yarrow - Paprika
Zulu warrior

VEGS/HERBS:
All types of Basil especially thai or any purple
Cilantro, esp’lly slo bolt type
Name: Kelli
Northern Nevada (Zone 6a)
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KelliW
Sep 20, 2017 11:43 AM CST
here's my wishlist!

agrostemma - white
anemone hupehensis - ALL
ipomoea nil - what do you have?
callicarpa japonica - japanese beautyberry
calendula - any in flashback series, sunset buff, spotlights, red devil, indian prince, apricot twist
china asters
cosmos - cupcake, xanthos, chocolate
coreopsis - roulette, any pinks or oranges
geum - pinks and oranges
rudbeckia - chim chiminee, sahara, goldilocks
zinnia - queen lime, any cactus flowered, persian carpet, zinderella peach
yarrow - terracotta
dahlia - any
thunbergia alata - already have orange, any others
echinacea - any except common purple, especially doubles
scabiosa - only have pink mist
amaranth - chocolate
california poppies - pinks, purples, doubles
oriental poppies - any except orange
sweet peas - specific varieties or colors esp nimbus
iceland poppies - sherbert mix, giant peach
nigella damascena - white
heuchera - stainless steel
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Name: Ronnie
Southeastern PA (Zone 6b)
Zinnias Morning Glories Million Pollinator Garden Challenge Annuals Bee Lover Dragonflies
Butterflies Hummingbirder Birds Bookworm Region: Pennsylvania Garden Photography
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luvsgrtdanes
Sep 20, 2017 9:05 PM CST
@KelliW check my list I have a few ipomoea nils listed and will probably add some more.
It happens in a flash, but the memory of it last forever. It can not be borrowed or stolen, and it is of no earthly good until it is given away. So if in your hurry you meet someone who is too weary to smile, leave him one of yours, for no one needs a smile quite as much as he who has none to give...

Name: Christine
North East Texas (Zone 7b)
Million Pollinator Garden Challenge Charter ATP Member Birds Keeper of Poultry Herbs Native Plants and Wildflowers
Organic Gardener Salvias Butterflies Seed Starter Cottage Gardener Winter Sowing
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wildflowers
Sep 23, 2017 2:18 PM CST
Wish list ~

Anchusa Azurea
Russelia sarmentosa, Firecracker plant
Phacelia congesta , Blue curls
Calendulas, any and all
Nasturtiums, especially reds and darks
Easy to grow chives (I've never had success growing these) - found dibs
Horehound (Marrubium vulgare)
Pickerelweed (Pontederia cordata)
Wisteria frutescens, native growing wisteria - found dibs
Ichiban eggplant - if anyone has been growing this one since seeds are no longer available or
another good Japanese eggplant variety - found dibs
Fahrenheit Blues Tomato
Spring Raab Rapini Broccoli
Chile De Arbol Hot Pepper - found dibs
Padron pepper
Sweet Pepper Capsicum annuum 'Giant Marconi' - found dibs
Piquillo Pepper - Spanish

*Blush* Oops - I found more ~

Euphrasia officinalis, Eyebright
Root Beer Plant (Piper auritum)
Tomato Kakao
Tomato Marmande French
Purple Ruffles basil - found dibs
Amethyst Improved basil
Pimpinella anisum, Anise bought some.
Thymus serp­yllum
Virginia Bluebells (Mertensia virginica)
May your life be like a wildflower, growing freely in the beauty and joy of each day --Native American Proverb

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Southeast OK (Zone 7b)
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KarenHolt
Sep 26, 2017 10:41 AM CST
I suppose this one is mine for now....

Wishlist:
Coleus: Black Dragon
Giant Exhibition Rustic Red
Giant Exhibition Limelight
Mighty Mosaic
Wizard: Any
Coneflower - Magnus
- Green Twister
- Cantaloupe Supreme
Dianthus - FIre Star
- Oscar Dark Red
- Red Beauty
- Sunflor Red Allure
Euphorbia - Snow on the Mountain
Foxglove - Strawberry
Geraniums - Maverick Scarlet
- Maverick Orange
- Maverick Coral
- Ringo Deep Scarlet
- Appleblossom
- Pinto Premium Orange
- Pinto Premiium Salmon Splash

Globe Amaranth - Sunset Mix
Hosta - Patriot
- Cool As A Cucumber
Marigold - Fireball
- Hot Pak series
- Safari Yellow Fire
- Zenith Lemon Yellow
- Zenith Yellow
Petunia: Grandifloras, millifloras in reds, purples, salmons
Red Hot Pokers: Popsicle series
Rudbeckia: Sahara
Salvia: Blue Queen
Evolution
Fairy Queen
Heat Elite Mojave Red Improved
Hummingbird Forest Fire
Merleau Blue
Summer Jewel Red
Skeleton Flower
Sweet Peas - Reds
Snapdragons: Sonnet Crimson, Reds, Peaches
Sunflowers
Vincas
Zinnia: Dreamlands
Benary's Giants: Deep Red, Carmine Pink
Zahara Red
Cherry and Ivory Swizzle
Magellans: Red, Coral, Salmon Rose
Sunbow Mix


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Name: David
Lucketts, Va (Zone 7a)
Native Plants and Wildflowers Birds Region: Virginia Herbs Cat Lover Bee Lover
Seed Starter Butterflies Winter Sowing Ferns Region: Mid-Atlantic Hellebores
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greenthumb99
Oct 1, 2017 8:44 PM CST
Mostly Eastern US natives:

Aconitum reclinatum
Amianthium muscitoxicum
Asclepias lanceolata
Asclepias longifolia
Asclepias quadrifolia
Asclepias rubra
Asclepias variegata
Asclepias verticillata
Asclepias viridiflora
Astilbe biternata
Campanula divaricata
Cardamine diphylla
Clematis crispa
Clematis occidentalis
Clematis ochroleuca
Clematis viorna.
Clitoria mariana
Diphylleia cymosa
Hepatica nobilis var. obtusa
Matelea carolinensis
Matelea decipiens
Matelea gonocarpos
Matelea obliqua
Nothoscordum bivalve
Passiflora lutes
Penstemon australis
Penstemon laevigatus
Pogonia ophioglossoides
Prosartes (Disporum) lanuginosa
Prosartes (Disporum) maculata
Pycnanthemum clinopodioides
Pycnanthemum flexuosum.
Pycnanthemum pycnanthemoides
Pycnanthemum torrei
Pycnanthemum verticillatum
Rose Twisted Stalk
Saururus cernuus
Scutellaria arguta
Scutellaria elliptica
Silene caroliniana
Uvularia puberula
Uvularia sessilifolia
Veratrum viride
Verbesina virginica
Xerophyllum asphodeloides
Earth is a galactic insane asylum where the inmates have been left in charge.
Name: Mary
Lake Stevens, WA (Zone 8a)
Near Seattle
Bookworm Garden Photography Plant and/or Seed Trader Plays in the sandbox Region: Pacific Northwest Seed Starter
Winter Sowing
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Pistil
Oct 4, 2017 10:34 AM CST
Sear Santa, I have been a good girl (anyway I tried). I wish for seeds of:

Spigelia marilandica
Paeonia mlokosewitschii (Caucasian peony, Molly the Witch) seems to have a lot of names.
Hamamelis x intermedia (like from 'Jelena' or 'Arnold Promise' cultivars)
Interested in South African bulbs that may be hardy in Seattle, mostly winter growers.
World Peace. But we would all have to be good to get that.
Name: Audrey
Central Texas (Zone 8a)
Organic Gardener Keeper of Poultry Keeps Horses Butterflies Hummingbirder Photo Contest Winner: 2015
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Esperanza
Oct 4, 2017 8:06 PM CST
Euphorbia Ascot Rainbow
Euphorbia Bonfire
Euphorbia Chameleon
Euphorbia Blackbird

I do not know if any of these are viable seed strains or come true from parent seed, but I sure would like to try. I have had THE worst luck on every purchase I have made for perennial euphorbia .

@Arcadiaseeker I just saw your Snow on the Mountain (Euphorbia marginata). We have that annual here growing wild and I only seem to notice it in the fields this time of year and wondered what it was, but always forget to look it up. Now I know! Thank you. I only have seen single plants and not the large groupings. Is that because of human intervention in seed planting vs wild? I'm all ears!
Name: Becca Maris
Spring Branch, Texas (Zone 8b)
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Arcadiaseeker
Oct 6, 2017 10:17 AM CST
Esperanza said:Euphorbia Ascot Rainbow
Euphorbia Bonfire
Euphorbia Chameleon
Euphorbia Blackbird

I do not know if any of these are viable seed strains or come true from parent seed, but I sure would like to try. I have had THE worst luck on every purchase I have made for perennial euphorbia .

@Arcadiaseeker I just saw your Snow on the Mountain (Euphorbia marginata). We have that annual here growing wild and I only seem to notice it in the fields this time of year and wondered what it was, but always forget to look it up. Now I know! Thank you. I only have seen single plants and not the large groupings. Is that because of human intervention in seed planting vs wild? I'm all ears!


Hi Esperanza :)
I think so, most of the euphorbia out here geta trampled down by cattle or mowed down before the seeds can fully mature so only the first few set seeds are usually mature enough to actually grow. You may want to have a look at euphorbia bicolor (the other I have listed) it is commonly called snow on the mountain here inn Texas, but its a different one from marinara. It's the one that grows wild out here and gets pretty tall if testosterone and a lawn mower don't intervene.

Name: Becca Maris
Spring Branch, Texas (Zone 8b)
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Arcadiaseeker
Oct 6, 2017 10:20 AM CST
Esperanza said:Euphorbia Ascot Rainbow
Euphorbia Bonfire
Euphorbia Chameleon
Euphorbia Blackbird

I do not know if any of these are viable seed strains or come true from parent seed, but I sure would like to try. I have had THE worst luck on every purchase I have made for perennial euphorbia .

@Arcadiaseeker I just saw your Snow on the Mountain (Euphorbia marginata). We have that annual here growing wild and I only seem to notice it in the fields this time of year and wondered what it was, but always forget to look it up. Now I know! Thank you. I only have seen single plants and not the large groupings. Is that because of human intervention in seed planting vs wild? I'm all ears!


Hi Esperanza :)
I think so, most of the euphorbia out here geta trampled down by cattle or mowed down before the seeds can fully mature so only the first few set seeds are usually mature enough to actually grow. You may want to have a look at euphorbia bicolor (the other I have listed) it is commonly called snow on the mountain here inn Texas, but its a different one from marinara. It's the one that grows wild out here and gets pretty tall if testosterone and a lawn mower don't intervene.


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Name: Audrey
Central Texas (Zone 8a)
Organic Gardener Keeper of Poultry Keeps Horses Butterflies Hummingbirder Photo Contest Winner: 2015
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Esperanza
Oct 7, 2017 11:53 AM CST
Thumbs up Cool, that is the first time I have seen the bicolor. I don't have that one around here.
Name: Jenn
New Hampshire (Zone 5b)
Plant and/or Seed Trader Organic Gardener Winter Sowing Dog Lover Lover of wildlife (Raccoon badge) Hummingbirder
Birds Dragonflies Butterflies
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gngrbluiz
Oct 8, 2017 8:19 AM CST
I dream of having bold and beautiful flower beds, to draw pollinators for my fruit and vegetable garden! Green Grin!

agastache auranticaca "Coronado,"
anchusa azurea 'Alkanet,"
anthirrhinum majus "Chantilly Bronze,"
columbine (aquilegia chrysantha) "Flore Pleno," "Western Columbine,"
calendula officinalis "Radio,"
bachelor's button (centaurea cyanus) "Blue Diadem," "Red Boy,"
cheirathus x allionii "Siberian Wallflower,"
coreopsis grandiflora "Sunburst,"
coreopsis tinctoria "Roulette,"
delphinium belladonna "Blue Donna,"
dudleya cymosa (orange form),
echium amoenum "Red Feathers,"
echium plantagineum "Blue Bedder,"
lady's paint brush (emilia javanica) "Scarlet Magic,"
eschscholzia lobbii "Frying Pans,"
gaillardia x grandiflora "Oranges & Lemons,"
gilia capitat chamissonis "Dune Gilia,"
gilia splendens "Spendid Gilia,"
rosa canina "Wild Dog Rose,"
Amaranth "Russian River Merlot,"
Melon/Cucumber "Tortorello Verde Barese"
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Name: Becca Maris
Spring Branch, Texas (Zone 8b)
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Arcadiaseeker
Oct 11, 2017 7:37 AM CST
Hi everybody :)
I'm an addict, and I haven't been clean for years. Some girls buy shoes..I buy seeds. It's good to be in the company of other seedaholics!

This looks to be an awesome swap. I've had more fun this past week harvesting and packing up seeds but glad to know I won't send things no one really wants. If you are looking for something particular, shoot me a treemail and I'll rummage through the seed totes, I won't offer up anything on the list that isn't fall 2016 or later. I'm not a newbie to swapping, I am texaspinkpixie on GW but I don't like the Houzz set up. I am limiting myself to one seed swap per year due to time constraints and this it Smiling I'm perusing wishlists to see what i may have that others are looking for.

My wishlist

Asclepias varieties any (our monarchs need us)

asclepias texana especially...i coddled this one little grove only to find it was mowed down last Saturday by an overzealous neighbor (in fairness we do have a problem with rattlesnakes).

4 o'clocks
Poppies peony varieties are excellent
Amaranth orange / tricolour
Daturas
Evening primrose
Passiflora (water lemon esp)
Morning glories (Japanese are my favourite). Looking for a yellow variety as well.
Pink moonvine
Snail vine
Herbs medicinal or historical
Wildflowers that can tolerate Texas heat (ones from the lower states)
Low growing sedum/ stone crop

Like so many here, there are tons I can't think of right now and my wishlist is way longer than my have list.

okieheart
Oct 11, 2017 10:56 AM CST
Doesn't look like I put my wishlist up yet. Mine's pretty generic, only 2 things I can think of specifically:
Pumpkin on a stick
Cotton


More generic:
Non normal colors of veggies (purple carrots, etc)
Herbs
Odd or unusual
Easy to grow and kid friendly (a lot of schools have started community gardens around here, so I pass along a lot to them)
California (Zone 9b)
Vegetable Grower Cat Lover Herbs Plant and/or Seed Trader Region: California Seed Starter
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EricaBraun
Oct 12, 2017 12:20 AM CST
Ok, I can't resist. I'm going to put up a bit of a wish list:

Capsicum galapagoense
Capsicum praetermissum
Lycopersicon melanocarpa
Ground Nut (Apios americana)
Traveler's Delight (Apios priceana)
Ullucus (Ullucus tuberosus)
Yampa (Perideridia gairdneri)
Spinach, Aztec
Spinach, Okinawan (Gynura crepioides)
Vitamin Green
Peas, Amplissimo Viktoria Ukrainskaya
Peas, Carter's Daisy
Peas, Dwarf Champion
Peas, Sea Island Red
Tomatillo, New Mexico Native
Echinacea, Green Envy
Echinacea, Green Jewel
Spokane, WA (Zone 5a)
Plant and/or Seed Trader
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Angelbee
Oct 20, 2017 11:57 AM CST
My wishlist. Like reading other traders list so I know what to offer if I have it. So thought I would add mine.

Butterfly Bush (Buddleja davidii 'Black Knight')
Cardinal Flower (Lobelia x speciosa 'Starship Deep Rose')- Pink only
Cardinal Flower Lobelia 'Starship Rose'-Pink only
Coneflower Echinacea 'Supreme Cantaloupe' or any Orange
Corydalis 'Purple Bird'
Corydalis solida 'George P. Baker'
Datura-Black Currant
Datura Double or Triple Yellow
Datura Double or Triple Purple
Delphinium Perennial elatum Aurora™ White
Delphinium Perennial Pink
Delphinium Perennial 'Red Caroline'
Desert Rose (Adenium obesum)
Double Flowering Maple (Abutilon 'Victorian Lady')
Flowering Maple (Abutilon 'Bella Select Mix')
Heliotrope (Heliotropium arborescens 'Marine')
Honeywort (Cerinthe major subsp. purpurascens 'Kiwi Blue')
Lewisia (Lewisia cotyledon)
Penstemon 'Arabesque Red
Penstemon Cha Cha Cherry
Penstemon 'Esprit'
Penstemon 'Strawberry Taffy'
Poker Primrose (Primula vialii)
Name: Leslie
Chapin, SC (Zone 7b)
Keeps Sheep Daylilies Hybridizer Garden Photography Cat Lover Hummingbirder
Birds Region: South Carolina Plant and/or Seed Trader Celebrating Gardening: 2015 Garden Ideas: Level 2 Avid Green Pages Reviewer
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Lalambchop1
Oct 23, 2017 5:04 PM CST
Updated 10/31/17

Achillea millefolium (Yarrow) Flowerburst Lilac Shades
Actaea racemosa (Black Snakeroot/Bugbane)
Actaea simplex
Agapanthus white Headbourne Hybrids
Alcea rosea (Hollyhock)
Alchemilla mollis (Lady's Mantle)
Allium - Ornamentals Purple Sensation Allium schubertii
Aloe polyphylla (Spiral Aloe)
Alyssum
Anchusa azurea (Wild Bugloss) "Alkanet"
Anemone Japanese Whirlwind
Anemonopsis (false anemone)
Angelica pachycarpa
Aquilegia (Columbine) Clementine Blue 'Biedermeier Mix'
Arctotis grandis (African Blue-eyed Daisy)
Arem italicum
Armeria (Sea Thrift)
Artemesia Silver Mound
Asarum canadense (Canadian Wild Ginger)
Asarum europaeum (European Wild Ginger)
Asclepias asperula (Antelope Horns)
Asclepias (Milkweed) purple
Asian Jasmine vines
Astilbe
Astrantia
Baptisia Lunar Eclipse
Bergenia
Brunnera (Bugloss)
Campanula Glomerata (Clustered Bellflower)
Campanula Persicifolia
Campanula punctata "Cherry Bells" (Bellflower)
Campanula sibirica Siberian Bellflower 'Royal Wedding'
Ceanothus x pallidus 'Marie Simon'
Centaurea
Centranthus ruber (Red Valerian)
Cimicifuga racemosa (Black Cohosh) Hillside Black Beauty
Clarkia amoena:Mix
Cleome purple
Clethra alnifolia (Summersweet)
Coleus
Cordyalis
Cosmos
Cuphea (Firecracker Plant)
Cyclamen
Lamium (Dead Nettle)
Delphinium, esp. exaltum, grandiflorum, carolinianum
Deutzia: Yuki Cherry Blossom
Dianthus
Dicentra - Any
Digitalis (Foxglove)
Duranta Purple Ruffles
Echinacea White Swan Baby Swan White
English Bellflower
Eupatorium dubium 'Baby Joe' Joe Pye Weed
Euphorbia marginata (Snow on the Mountain)
Fan Flower
Ferns
Fleabane
Galena (Goat's Rue)
Gaultheria procumbens (Wintergreen)
Gaultheria shallon (Salal)
Geranium 'Cascade Sophie'
Geranium macrorrhizum 'Ingwersen's Variety' Cranesbill
Goat's Beard
Guara
Hardy Begonia
Hellobores
Heuchera
Impatiens
Impatiens balfourii (Poor Man's Orchid)
Iris
Joe Pye Weeds - esp. shorter ones
Joseph's Coat
Lavandula angustifolia 'Platinum Blonde'
Lavandula intermedia (Lavender) 'Phenomenal'
Lindelofia (Himalayan lungwort)
Lobelia
Lupinus polyphyllus 'Minarette'
Mahonia
Mimulus x aurantiacus
Pansies
Papaver somniferum (Poppy) 'Giganteum'
Penstemon
Penstemon digitalis
Pentas: pink, red
Peony - any
Periwinkle
Petunia - esp. trailing ones
Physostegia virginiana Obedient Plant
Pieris
Platycodon
Polemonium caeruleum Jacob's Ladder
Polygonatum
Primula vialii
Primula vulgaris (Primrose) Belarina Series
Hesperaloe parviflora (Red False Yucca)
Salvia Hotlips and lots of others
Sempervivum tectorum Hens and Chicks
Sempervivum: especially Rollers
Sidalcea
Stachys byzantina Helen Von Stein
Stachys - almost any
Thymus misc
Tiarella Pink Skyrocket' and lots of others
Tomato 'Kellogg's Breakfast'
Trollius Ledebourii
Vaccinium arboreum (Sparkleberry) white
Verbena - almost any
Verbena canadensis: Apple Blossom
Viburnum rhytidophylloides Red Balloon
Vinca
Violas
Vitex
Winter Aconite
Leslie

As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord. Joshua 24:15
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