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11 years ago

2011 Spring MAG Swap: Plants you Have List

Saturday May 14, 2011 from 10am to 1pm

at GardengrammaâÂÂs Gorgeous Encampment (see link below)

DIRECTIONS (I know that nobody ever reads directions, including me. But please read them anyway.)


DO post a list of the plants you HAVE on this thread. Please add Latin names and cultivar names, as applicable, if you can.

DO list any other garden stuff, such as seeds, tools, magazines, books, and gnomes, that you wish to swap or give away. Somebody else might want it!

DO read other people's lists. If you see things you want, please e-mail the person directly via private e-mail to arrange the trade. To e-mail the person, click on their name at the top of their post.

DO update your lists when you think of more things you want.

DO feel free to update your member page with your Haves and Wants and to link your post here to any Plant Exchange page you may have.

DO NOT arrange trades on this thread. Please arrange them via private e-mail.

DO NOT use this thread your Wants. That's what the MAG Spring Swap: Plants you Want thread is for.

DOs and DONâÂÂTs for the SWAP:

DO mark reserved plants (i.e., plants which you already arranged a trade for) so that other people do not take them by mistake.

DO label your plants. The plant labels do not need to be fancy. Popsicle sticks, plastic spoons, etc. are fine.

DO take plants labeled âÂÂFreeâ or âÂÂPlease TakeâÂÂ. (In fact, PLEASE do take plants labeled âÂÂFree or âÂÂPlease TakeâÂÂ.)

DO ask if you are not sure whether it is ok for you to take the plants.

DO, when you leave, take home (or sneak into somebody elseâÂÂs vehicle) the plants you brought that nobody wanted.

DO NOT take anything marked "Reserved" or labeled for someone else.

DO NOT leave the plants you brought that nobody wanted for Gardengramma to have to deal with.


Answer: Yes, you can come even though you don't have any plants to trade. Your main assignment is to bring food or other items for the pot luck. (Chocolate-containing foods are strongly encouraged.) Please discuss your potluck contributions at the MAG Spring Swap Food thread, not here. Also, note that, in many cases, the reason why people are bringing these particular plants to the swap for you to take home is because the plants are, um, âÂÂvigorousâÂÂ. In a few years, you, too, will have lots of plants to trade.

Happy gardening!

Here is a link that might be useful: Gardengramma's Gorgeous Encampment

Comments (52)

  • ritadc
    11 years ago


    Weigelia "French Lace" rooted cuttings



  • alfie_md6
    Original Author
    11 years ago

    Aloe vera
    Walking onions (from Vlad)
    Garlic chives
    Geranium macrorrhizum 'Bevan's Variety'
    Hay-scented ferns (from Vlad)
    Everbearing raspberry 'Summit'
    Pawpaw seedlings (don't know how many yet)
    Star of Bethlehem (Ornithogalum umbellatum) -- see warning

    Here is a link that might be useful: Star of Bethlehem - the one that got away

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    Trades are getting slimmer. I've been weeding out the plants I don't want over the past few years and haven't got enough of the plants I like to be able to divide much. Hope that changes in a year or two! I can bring: My seed stash 1 black walnut seedling Daylilies (unknown type but definitely not ditch lilies) Mums (yellow) Black eyed susans Grape hyacinth bulbs Lycoris bulbs Small flowered coreopsis seedlings Russian sage cuttings (roots easily in water during the spring) Star of Bethlehem bulbs (can be VERY invasive and is very poisonous to dogs and cats but perhaps in a pot it wouldn't be too bad) Hyacinthoides (wood hyacinth)-white I may not get to dig all of these (time is getting short), so let me know if you want something and I'll make sure I bring it. Diana Lynn
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    Chiming in late - planning to come with all I can manage, but this year's swap comes after a very busy week. Please be sure to let me know if you especially want any of these things, since I doubt I'll manage to bring them all! hostas (quite a few different types, unlabelled) fig cuttings from great Greek variety (not rooted) COLUMBINES (aguilegia) lots, mostly pale lilac, some darker daffodils (mostly yellow, also white with orange centers) French tarragon (Artemisia dracanculus) (up to 4 divisions) dill seedlings (Anethum graveolens) 1 ornamental sage I have the following, and would be happy to try carefully digging some for trades, but am not certain they will survive transplant borage (Borago officinalis) poppies river birch seedlings (Betula negra) I have lots of these, but will not bring them unless someone asks for some: periwinkle (vinca) St John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) ferns of unknown variety I'm looking forward to seeing everyone again! Leah
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    I should have these have these, mostly in small quantities. Geranium 'Biokovo' divisions, 2-quart pots Blackberry lily (Belamcanda chinensis), quart pots Lenten rose (Helleborus x hybridus)--small 2d year seedlings; parents bloom in white, rose, and purple shades Salvia darcyiii, good-sized seedlings, 4" pots Nandina domestica seedlings (about 12" high, parent plants are about 4' tall) Basil (genovese) plants Coleus (very dark red solid and mottled green, red, and white) Salvia guaranitica, divisions, quart pots Aster 'Raydon's Favorite', divisions, quart pots Tatarian aster (Aster tataricus), divisions Heuchera, small divisions, noid, some green with nice pink blooms, some ruffly purple, 4" pots Will dig on request: Sedum 'Autumn Joy' and 'Blue Spruce' Garlic chives Steven
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  • shadysite
    11 years ago

    Shade ground covers:
    Native plants
    Corydalis (yellow flower) - plenty
    Geranium macrorrhizum, lavender flower -- plenty
    May apple - one or two
    Pulmonaria officianalis, pink and purple flower - 4

    Euphorbia robbiae (lime-green flower) - plenty
    Japanese Pachysandra = plenty
    Teucrium chaemydrys purple flower, sun to partial shade
    liriope spicata - green leaf
    houtuynnia if it's up -- ground cover, water plant

    Sun ground cover:
    Lysimachia nummularia = creeping jenny, moneywort
    Creeping thyme - plenty

    Various healthy hostas (will check exact names if I can)
    Monarda didyma - lavender beebalm

  • alfie_md6
    Original Author
    11 years ago

    I also have Nanking cherry seedlings.

  • katiekaboom000
    11 years ago

    Rudbeckia hirta "Indian summer" black eyed Susan

  • busyasabee
    11 years ago

    I took a quick inventory of my garden, and so far this is what I have:

    yarrow (flowers are in the pale to dark pink range)
    bearded irises (purple)
    mexican evening primrose (light pink to white flowers)
    blazing star liatris
    japanese anemone
    anemone sylvestris
    cranesbill geranium
    sedum (yellow star flowers)
    sedum - bronze carpet
    grecian foxgloves
    columbine (magenta with no spurs / pale yellow w/spurs)
    hostas (variety unknown)
    lambs ears (helen von stein)- beautiful large fuzzy leaves
    daylillies (unknown, but has dark red flowers)
    spiderwort (purple flowers, tradescantia)

    chocolate mint

    hens/chicks - (limited quantity)
    monkshood (limited quantity)
    creeping phlox (deep pink color) - 2 available
    hydrangea (lacecap) - 2 available
    carefree beauty (from rooting, about 2-yrs) - 2 available

    Thx Jette

  • kimka
    11 years ago

    Here's my first cut. I'll have more as the wintersown seedlings progress.

    Monkshood divisions (Aconitum napellus)
    Pink bleeding heart (Dicentra spectabilis)
    Ditch lilies
    Amsonia tabernaemontana 'Montana' division
    Red tulip bulbs
    Artemesia oriental limelight (warning invasive but good for a sun to part suun area where you want a pretty complete ground cover)
    Elephant ear bulbs

    Wintersown seedlings
    Stocks (silver blue)
    Shelling peas wando
    Peas Alaska

  • Babyberg
    11 years ago

    This will be my first swap ever.

    I have lots (10+) of variegated hostas planted by a previous owner of my Cape Cod. I think they are the "Francee" variety.

    Also, Rhododendron Maximum (3) (small - 1 ft high)

    Daylily - variety unknown (20)

    Russian iris (6)

    We're looking forward to meeting you all.

  • Babyberg
    11 years ago

    I also have many daffodil bulbs.

  • tvalenti
    11 years ago

    Hi - here is what it looks like I have this year:

    Baby Gladiolas
    spice bush
    creeping thyme
    Genovese basil
    Stevia - small
    lemon balm
    calendula - wintersow
    fennel - perfection
    non-bulbing fennel
    bee balm - pink
    bee balm - red
    alaska daisys
    baby nandina tree
    calla lilly - white and pink (I have a 75% chance of telling them apart)
    Canna - the president
    agastache - blue cloud or blue fortune
    all yellow early daffodils
    vinca major
    brugmansia - pink - baby
    brugmansia - light orange - baby
    aloe vera
    zebra grass
    egyptian walking onions
    clivia baby - tropical - orange flowers
    yucca - probably Yucca recurvifolia - hardy

    Green Zebra
    Red Zebra
    Sun gold
    Sun gold select
    Brown Berry
    Eva Purple Ball
    Black Cherry
    Black Prince
    black krim
    Goldmans Italian American
    Stripped German
    Costoluto Genovese
    Orange Strawberry
    Togorific Iraq-Iran
    German Queen

  • antiqueorchid
    11 years ago

    This is what I have so far:

    Penstemon Violet Dusk (2)
    Callirhoe Prairie Winecups (5)
    Lupin Seedlings Pink and Purple mix (12)
    Penstemon Huskers Red (4)
    Physostegia pink or white (2) ea
    Irises mixed colors (10)
    Campanula Cherry Bells (5)
    Hydrangea Nikko Blue 1 0r 2
    Verbascum Milkshake
    Daisy Snowdrift
    Sedum Angelina
    Sedum Blue Spruce
    Sedum Narrow Leaf Stonecrop
    Sedum Red Ice
    Hens and Chicks green with red tips
    Geranium Bevan's Variety
    Lambs Ear
    White Crepe Myrtle


  • kimka
    11 years ago

    I'll also have

    Obedient plant pinks flowers
    Spiderwort (mostly z blue)
    Wood poppy (Stylophorum diphyllum)
    Lemon balm
    Rose of Sharon bluebird

  • gardnwatch
    11 years ago

    I have the following so far:

    Lily of the Valley- pink flowers
    morning glory seedlings
    Orange tiger lily seedlings
    wisteria cuttings, bare root
    hosta- cream edge
    lemon balm
    aquatic horsetail rush- 2 swaps
    aquatic snails
    obedient plant seedlings- purple
    Stella de oro Lilys
    small lilac- 1 foot not sure what color

    more plants to follow when I find them


  • mootgirl
    11 years ago

    I have plenty of the following available:
    St John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum)
    Periwinkle (Vinca minor)
    columbines (not named, most are lilac-orchid pink, some white, likey to be blooming in time to dig to color preferencel)
    daffodils (all yellow & white with orange centers)
    raspberries (old unnamed strain, grown for DC farm market ~1940)
    courge longue de nice summer/winter squash seeds (my favorite heirloom now, I'm happy to start seedlings if wanted)

    I have a limited supply of the following available:
    a few different hostas, which are due to be split as they come up this spring. Not sure of varieties.
    baby yellow wonder alpine strawberries (winter sowed this year)
    cutting celery

    I also have a wonderful unidentified fig tree from Greece that produces excellent medium-large dark-skinned, plum-colored fleshed fruits, prolifically in my DC yard. I should be able to get 1-3 rooted cuttings from it if there is interest.

    I'll have a few new flowers babies to offer in a week or so, and likely a few other finds from my garden as I scope things out.

  • springplanter
    11 years ago

    Hi all: What a great idea! This will be my first. Have just canvassed the garden and so far have identified the following to bring:

    pachysandra (common variety)LOTs of it!
    varigated vinca
    white and yellow centered daffodils
    lambs ears (lots of this too)
    ??Mini allium 12" high with white globe flowers in fall
    arum ( only one)
    So far but may have some hosta or mimosa later

    Looking forward to it


  • kjshadow750
    11 years ago

    tiger lillies(lots)
    lemon balm
    chocolate mint
    jerusalem artichoke tubers

    I also have homemade wine made from fruits and herbs from my garden that I would be happy to trade for plants.


  • dawnstorm
    11 years ago

    As of 4/21/11 I have:

    Japanese Maple--don't know variety. The parent tree came with the house.
    Northern Sea Oats
    Purple Passion plant (houseplant)--cuttings.
    A skinny shovel

  • leslies
    11 years ago

    More plants I have:

    Ornamental allium - 'Globemaster' and 'Gladiator'. I had no idea these would multiply so quickly.

    Rooted offsets of gallica rose 'Mecene'.

  • madsquopper
    11 years ago

    o Bee Balm (Monarda) - red and purple
    Sedums (Weinhenstephaner Gold, Angelina, yellow flowering stonecrop)
    Yellow Evening Primrose (Oenothera biennis)
    Tall perennial verbena (Verbena bonariensis)
    Obedient plant (Physostegia virginiana)
    Spiderwort (Tradescantia), mostly blues/purples
    Shasta Daisy (Chrysanthemum maximum)
    Perennial Bronze Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare 'Purpurescens')
    Cup plant (Silphium perfoliatum)
    Cutleaf Coneflower (Rudbeckia laciniata); somewhat aggressive spreader
    o Perennial ageratum (Eupatorium coelestinum)
    Euphorbia robbiae (nice evergreen, but spreads like a mother)
    Blue lyme grass (Elymus arenarius); another mother-spreader
    Pink malva moschata
    Siberian Iris (Iris siberica), various purples and blues
    Little bluestem grass (Schizachyrium scoparium)
    Porcupine grass (Miscanthus strictus)
    Mexican feather grass (Stipa tennuifolia)
    Cardinal flower (lobelia cardinalis)
    Blue lobelia (lobelia siphilitica)
    Rose Campion (Lychnis coronaria)
    Red Stripe Canna Lily
    Willow leaf helianthus (tall, as in 10-12 feet)
    Purple ice plant (Delosperma cooperi)
    Spiny Bear's Breeches (Acanthus spinosus)
    Purple Germander (Teucrium canadense)
    Golden Hakone Grass (Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola')
    Tall Ironweed (Vernonia altissima), 10-15 feet


  • ellicottcitycathy
    11 years ago

    Hosta plain green leaves, purple flowers July, like Potomac Pride lots of these
    Rose Campion Lychnis coronaria
    Two medium Japanese maples (5')Acer palmatum
    Tall white soapwort (Saponaria officinalis)
    Lambs ears Stachys lanata
    Vinca minor plain green and varigated
    Bugleweed Ajuga reptans
    border grass Liriope muscaris
    Red Daylilly Hemerocallis Pardon Me
    Trumpet Vine orange Campsis radicans
    Wisteria sinensis (5') purple flowering
    Caryopteris blue mist "worchester gold"
    Bearded Iris (I. germanica) light purple, tall
    Swamp hibiscus (H. moscheutos)
    Gayfeather purple Liatris spicata
    Tansy (Tanacetum vulgare)self seeds vigorously
    Black cap raspberries Heritage(Rubus occidentalis)
    Goutweed (Aegopodium podograria)invasive groundcover: thrives in gravel with no soil or water
    Purple butterfly bush (Buddleia sp.)
    Rooted Nippon Montauk Daisy cuttings (Nipponanthemum nipponicum)
    Money plant Lunaria biennis (will flower next year and set seed)
    Hazelnut suckers Corylus avellana
    Oregano Origanum vulgare
    Zebra grass Miscanthus sinensis
    Sedum Autumn Joy Sedum telephium
    Pink Daisy Fleabane (Erigeron philadelphicus)(self seeds vigorously)
    Composting worms: red wigglers. Start your bin with damp newspaper, rotten veggies/fruits about 2 weeks ahead

  • Ann
    11 years ago

    So far I have:

    Aster "Raydon's Favorite"? - periwinkle blue fall aster
    Larkspur - deep lavender - re-seeds vigorously
    Butterfly Bush - lavender
    Feverfew - not sure if these are doubles or single
    Fern - Ostrich (I think)
    Verbena Bonariensis (Verbena on a Stick) - spreads
    Hydrangea - Lacecap - rooted cuttings
    Groundsel (Senecio aureus)
    Mum - Small Wonder - pink/lavender color
    Sedum "Autumn Joy"
    Shasta Daisy NOID
    Rudbeckia NOID - spreads
    Common Evening Primrose - spreads
    Carex grayii
    Painters Palette
    Dogwood - volunteer seedling
    Aster macrophyllus - light lavender/white

  • mootgirl
    11 years ago

    Additions to my list:

    lemon basil seedlings
    tarragon divisions
    native columbine (tiny winter sown seedlings)
    Rudbeckia Cherokee Sunset (2 babies, grown from seed)
    Petunia Blue & Purple Wave (mixed seedlings, 4 available)
    Salvia Bonfire (4 seedlings available)
    poppy seedlings (probably Somniferum poppy, iffy transplant)
    borage (iffy transplant)

    I believe I can get 1 more decent rooted fig cutting this spring, that isn't spoken for.


  • mootgirl
    11 years ago

    One further update - my last rooted fig cutting has been claimed! If anyone would like to try rooting their own, I would be happy to provide fresh cuttings. I've never rooted figs that way, but it sounds like a common, fairly easy, way of propagating figs. Thanks!

  • gemini_jim
    11 years ago

    'Twill be a busy weekend, but I just might make it!

    I have available:

    Common Rue (Ruta graveolens) -- 1 ~3 year old plant in a large pot

    Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis)* -- several

    Catnip (Nepeta cataria)* -- several

    Mints (Mentha spp)* -- I have at least 2 types of mint. I'll bring the runners loose in buckets

    Tawny Daylily (Hemerocallis fulva)* aka ditch lily

    Violets (Viola sororia(?))* -- plain blue or blue & white

    Money plant (Lunaria annua)* -- actually a biennial; these are 1st year plants that will bloom with pink flowers next spring followed by flat coin-like papery seed pods.

    Waterlily (Nymphaea x ) -- salmon pink blooms -- Currently I have one potted up and another offset I can detach from the mother plant.

    I may be able to bring some other things, especially if anyone is interested:

    Egyptian walking onions (Allium x proliferum)*

    Evening Primrose (Oenothera ?) -- yellow-flowered perennial

    Black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia ?)* -- perennial

    Butternut squash (Cucurbita moschata) -- seeds or seedlings -- saved from a local (PA) organic farmer -- will try to find out the variety, but looked like Waltham.

    Tomato & pepper starts -- depends on what I have left after planting out and trading; best possibility: Thai chilis!

    Rose of Sharon (Hibiscus syriacus)* -- summer-flowering shrub -- volunteer seedlings -- may bloom from whitish-pink to lavender.

    Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium)* -- small daisy-like blooms -- volunteers -- may be single or double.

    * Potentially Invasive

  • gemini_jim
    11 years ago

    Addendum -- I have periwinkles! Both plain Vinca minor and variegated Vinca major. Invasive? Ya, you betcha! But they're a nice groundcover, and the bees like 'em, and they're a lot less noxious than English ivy!

  • Ann
    11 years ago

    Also have:

    Japanese Maple seedling volunteers - NOID
    Holly seedling volunteers (2)
    Hardy Geranium divisions - NOID with light pink flowers (3)

  • gardnwatch
    11 years ago

    I have a few more items:
    lambs ear
    wild strawberry
    spiderwort- Kate
    bugleweed ajuga- blue flower

  • layne_nova
    11 years ago

    I have these for the swap:

    Fig cuttings, already showing roots- celeste - cold hardy in our zone 7a Nova, mother tree (3-4 years old) didn't need any protection to over last winter, nothing cold damaged on any branch. Fruiting well and very sweet, small size (2 -2.5" diameter) fig fruit.

    Chive, garlic type, the one Asian use for cooking

    Common lily, yellow

    Ribbon grass

    Stawberry plants, already flowering now.

    Planting pots, nursery type, and some very good durable ones, various sizes (from seedling pot to 3 or 5 gallon size). If you need them, let me know by 5/7 (or 5/1), the sooner the better, and what sizes you looking for. I can get them from a source for you. Otherwise, will bring whatever I have then to the swap. Will have limited # of bigger (5 gallon) pots due to size for transportation, unless pre-arranged.

    Red raspberry seedlings

    Happy gardening!

  • kimka
    11 years ago


    Your email doesn't seem to be available either directly or through Gardenweb.

    Please post it at least or email me (Kim.Kaplan "at", as I would like some things on your list. I'm sure others would too.


  • layne_nova
    11 years ago

    Think it's GW email is having trouble again. Was able to communicate with some GW'ers successfully. Here is my contact info: laynemj "at THE" hotmail


  • Ann
    11 years ago

    Also have:

    small seedlings of Caryopteris divaricata "Blue Butterflies" - be warned, beautiful flowers but not as pretty a smell

  • kimka
    11 years ago

    Oops, I put my home and work emails together.

    My email should be jkkaplan "at"

  • springplanter
    11 years ago

    A few additional plants I have
    some small (4-9 inches)volunteer trees: redbud, mimosa, maple (not sure which type) and one oak

    several rooted sprigs of trumpet vine

  • shadysite
    11 years ago

    I have a native honeysuckle vine, lonicera sempervirens, potted rootings from a plant that originally came from the National Arboretum sale, 3 for sure, possibly 6 depending on how they take. Hummingbird attractor, very narrow red trumpet flower. Takes shade, everygreen, climbs or groundcover.

    Here is a link that might be useful: lonicera sempervirens

  • winnie850
    11 years ago

    I have:

    Money plant (lunaria)
    Garlic Chives
    Black eyed Susans


  • pthiringer
    11 years ago

    Here's what I can bring this year:

    iris "great lakes" (light blue)
    hardy geranium "cambridge" (pink flowers)
    lambs ears
    rudbeckia (a.k.a. black eyed susan)
    helleborus foetidus (thin leaves, green flowers w/maroon edges) - mature flowering plants
    helloborus x hybridus (a.k.a "lenten rose") -- small-med seedlings, rose or white flowers
    sweet woodruff
    plastic pots
    brunera macrophylla - various sizes
    garlic chives
    scilla (wood hyacinth) -- pale blue flowers
    strawberry geranium
    bleeding heart (dicentra) - small seedlings to medium sized plants
    Virgina bluebells - small seedlings
    periwinkle (vinca minor)
    dogwood seedlings
    Japanese maple seedlings
    Rose of Sharon (Hibiscus syriacus) seedlings

  • leslies
    11 years ago

    I have 5 or 6 campanula trachelium. Second year from seed - should bloom this year.

    Here is a link that might be useful: c. trachelium

  • Ann
    11 years ago

    I can also bring some unrooted Sweet Autumn Clematis cuttings if anyone is interested in trying their hand at getting them to root. Just let me know. Thanks, Ann

  • kimka
    11 years ago

    I'll also have a few of these

    Mallow Mauritania
    Mallow vulcan
    Morning glory heavenly blue
    Yellow flowering trumpet vine, rooted offsets
    One rooted clump of Vlad's chinese wisteria

  • ellen_n
    11 years ago

    I have the following:

    Spreads by seeds:
    Blackberry Lily (Belamcanda chinensis)
    Fringed Bleeding Heart (Dicentra eximia) (one year-old seedlings)
    Garden Phlox (Phlox paniculata) Common pink
    Yellow flag
    Mahonia japonica seedlings
    Cleome seedlings (huge supply)
    Lemon balm
    Golden ragwort (Packera aurea)

    Spreads by runners; relatively easy to control:
    Lily of the valley (good supply)
    Ostrich fern (good supply)


  • sfmiller
    11 years ago

    I should have the following, mostly in small quantities:

    • Agastache 'Blue Delight' seedlings in 4-packs. Resembles 'Blue Fortune'

    • Aquilegia (columbine), 2d year plants, blue flowers, 3.5" pots

    • Amsonia hubrictii (Arkansas bluestar), 2d year seedlings (only 2 of these)

    • Aster tataricus (Tatarian aster), divisions, 4" or quart pots.

    • Belamcanda chinensis (Blackberry Lily), 3.5" pots

    • Galanthus nivalis (snowdrops), at least 50 mixed-sized bulbs per trade, more than half of blooming size

    • Geranium, seedlings of 'Claridge Druce' probably, 3.5" pots

    • Geranium 'Biokovo,' small divisions

    • Helleborus x hybridus (lenten rose), several dozen 1st year seedlings in 4- and 6-packs and a few 2d year seedlings in 3.5" pots. Parent plants are white, rose, & purple.

    • Nandina domestica, 2d year seedlings, about 6" tall. Unnamed parent plants have reached about 4 feet.

    • Nepeta (catmint). Unknown variety, compact & low-growing, purple flowers. 4" pots.

    • Pulmonaria (lungwort), 3.5" pots. Seedlings of 'Mrs. Moon' (I think)

    • Rudbeckia (black-eyed Susan), divisions, quart pots, unnamed, orange flowers, reach about 2 ft. for me.

    • Salvia guaranitica (the species, not 'Black and Blue'), small divisions

    • Salvia reptans (upright form), small 2d-year plant (only 1)

    I can dig these if anyone wants them, but won't pot up:

    • Helianthus 'Flore Pleno'

    • Tradescantia (spiderwort), mostly cobalt blue and purple-blue shades

    • Ditchlilies

    Email sfmiller AT umd DOT edu in case the GW mail system is wonky.


  • dawnstorm
    11 years ago

    Disregard my previous list! I will be bringing the following:
    Japanese Maples
    Cucumber seedlings--Miniature White

    I'll also be bringing a shovel that I no longer use.

    I also may bring some ditch lillies and some Northern Oat grass.
    For those who have emailed me about trades--I haven't forgotten!

  • leslies
    11 years ago

    HAVE: embarrassing confession.

    My 'Black & Blue' salvias died over the winter. Every one of them. I have a few pathetically small sprouts that are offsets of one of the plants and I will give these to the first few people who asked me for this plant. I apologize to all.

    Salvia uliginosa came roaring back and I will get those to everyone who asked and will being some extras.

    Unadvertised specials:

    Four or five lobelia cardinalis plants - all second year from seed, blooming size, safely potted and ready to go.

    Lavender. Also second year from seed and setting flowers now. Cultivar name already forgotten and probably pointless for seed-grown plants. They might be 'Lady.'

  • winnie850
    11 years ago

    I have a few additions:


    Morning glory - unnamed variety - deep blue/purple.


  • panambi
    11 years ago

    Red okra pods
    Garlic Chive seeds
    Jerusalem artichokes
    Tomato cages (4)
    Kabocha squash seeds

  • tropic_of_chesapeake
    11 years ago

    I'll bring some Iris, persicaria 'Lance Corporal' (tons of volunteers, taker beware), maybe one or two Persicaria 'Red Dragon' (still gotta check), also a maybe Persicaria 'Painter's Palette', some red monarda (probably a sport of 'Jacob Cline'), some plain hostas - green margin with white centers and also some solid green, begonia grandis - hardy begonias, tall black-eyed-susans - Rudbeckia laciniata (beware self seeds like crazy), some coleus - rooted cuttings, Lysimachia nummularia âÂÂAureaâ - Golden creeping Jenny, whatever else I can identify from the garden.

  • shadysite
    11 years ago

    I have two rhubarb roots potted up with new leaves....any takers?

  • venusruiz
    11 years ago

    Sorry for posting so late, I hope it's not too late:

    Vegetable seedlings:
    Hot peppers
    1 hung ma
    1 chiltepin
    2 habaneros
    sweet bell pepper: 1 king of the north

    1 parade
    3 japanese
    2 market

    2 patty
    1 cocozelle

    2 4" inches pots of onion chives
    4 rudbeckia seedlings
    1 9 cell pack of lettucce : lolla rossa and little ceasar
    2 9 cell pack of sweet william double blend
    1 seedling of passion fruit vine
    2 9 cell pack of foxgloves

    Will dig up if someone wants it:
    Lemon verbena seedlings
    purple aster
    pink moms, perennials
    agastache purple
    purple spiderwort

  • madeleinef
    11 years ago

    venusruiz, please contact me. I would like to arrange for a trade with you, but I am not able to contact you on the gardening forum.
    My e-mail address is: madeleinefletcher at
    Thank you!

  • Sweet Sakura
    11 years ago

    I'm too late to set up any trades, but I'll be there tomorrow! I'm bringing:

    Echinacea pupurea (coneflower)
    Eupatorium coelestinum (perennial ageratum or mistflower)
    Euphorbia myrsinites seedlings
    Tatarian aster
    Balloon Flower
    assorted tomatoes
    purple columbine

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