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Apr 18, 2012 11:59 AM CST
woodland phlox , blue/purple color
iris these will be washed in a bleach bath before packing them up:
Prom Night tb iris
infinite Grace TB
Blueberry Bliss tb
Snow Tree sb iris, early bloom
Apple Blossom Pink tb iris
Ada Marie tb iris
dark, vivd grape purple sb iris , falls are a velvety blackish purple , blooms early, I dont like purple
much but this one is very pretty, clumps up fast
polar King tb
Swing and Sway tb
Silver Wedding tb iris
also have historical iris too.
Old fashioned bleeding heart
sedum- NOT ground cover but the type that bloom beautifully in the fall with tall flower spikes, I have the following colors, dark pinkish/marroon, light baby pink and one with varigated leaves and white flowers.
Painted daisy, pink and hot pink, red too
Angels Wings... flowers appear in early spring (yellow) on leafless stems, leaves appear later in spring and are on top of the stems, held high, leaves are shaped like begonia leaves somewhat only not fuzzy but smooth, green leaves with red veining. very nice plant and different.
various ground covers, just ask.
pincushions , I have a lovely heavenly bluish lavender and a yellow
belladonna lily, aka; naked ladies
hosta, shiny green narrow leaves
hosta, large.... many of these the names wore off the labels so I am clueless, large leaves..
daylily- Yazzo Scarlet O'Hara
daylily- Ever So Ruffled
daylily- Miss Jessie
daylily- Empire State
daylily Silver Trumpet
daylily - Big Bird
daylily- Darla Anita
daylily Imperial Lemon
daylily Channeled Aggression- munson
daylily Chorus Line
daylily Heavenly Gift
daylily Greywoods Lofty Lizzie
daylily Riseman's Flame
daylily First Twilight
daylily David Kirchoff , and more, inquire
Tall garden Pholx- pink
lily turf, stays fairly short, striped foliage, blooms are spikes. this does have a deeper color when planted in shade/semi
ornamental grass, very tall, with whispy blooms..whitish pink in fall
daffodils ( if you want them now plant with the foliage on, do not cut or you can heel them in)-Note the peony flowered daffs are all doubles
peony flower, white with yellow and bright reddish orange centers.
large yellow trumpets
mini buttercup yellow with darker yellow/orange small cups
mini peony flowered white.
small/mini pure white trumpet
bell flower , blue
I am looking for a variety of different plants, so let me know what you have. Tree mail if interested
Apr 18, 2012 12:11 PM CST
I garden for the pollinators.
Apr 18, 2012 1:22 PM CST
|Do you like succulents? I have pacific stonecrop, good shade slow creeper.
I have lots just getting ready to bloom.
What zone are you in?
Wated! Seeds of species Hippeastrum, Lilium and Narcissus. Contact me anytime.
Little boxes on the hillside, little boxes made of ticky-tacky...
Apr 18, 2012 1:28 PM CST
|That's what I just asked in my Tree-mail. Really do need a zone at least.
I garden for the pollinators.
Apr 18, 2012 1:55 PM CST
|Well know ladies I had it in my head to put it in the post but got so darn busy typing all those plants.................... I forgot! Pretty lame!
and the zone is....drum roll please...............6A in the great northeast US
Apr 19, 2012 6:29 AM CST
|Hello restless61. I am sending you a tree mail. I will have a lot of perennials you may want. I am zone 5a. Looking over your huge list. Please watch for tree mail. Have many I am interested in. Thank you|
Apr 19, 2012 6:28 PM CST
|Definately interested in these iris: Romeo, Infinite Grace, Apple Blossom Pink, Ada Marie and possibly other historics. need names please. Would like 3 of each. Sending tree mail with daylies I am interested in. Stay in touch.|
Apr 20, 2012 4:36 PM CST
You might want to consider updating your profile to display your Zone. When people look at your trade list, the first thing we think is "where does she live? - in what zone are her plants?" You can find the "Profile" tab at the top of every page, second tab from the right.
Apr 21, 2012 10:20 AM CST
|thank you Carol for the helpful tip.|
Saginaw,MI (Zone 5b)
Never enough flowers!
Apr 25, 2012 7:09 AM CST
|Good morning, interested in some of your flowers!! Sent you tree mails if that helps! Have a great day !!
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