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12 years ago

2010 Spring MAG Swap: Plants you Have List

Saturday May 8, 2010 from 10am to 1pm

at GardengrammaÂs Gorgeous Encampment

DIRECTIONS for the HAVES list:

  • If you're new to the swaps, please take the time and have the courtesy to read these posts. They're here to help everyone have a good time.
  • Yes, you can come if you don't have any plants. Your assignment will be to bring brownies food. Anything chocolate that you'd normally bring to a pot luck will be fine. Food & other contributions can be discussed under the MAG SPRING SWAP FOOD thread. Please chit-chat about it there, not here.
  • Post a list of the plants you HAVE on this thread, ideally with Latin names as best you can to avoid confusion, and cultivar names if they have them.

This thread is not for your Wants. :) That's what the MAG Spring Swap: Plants you Want thread is for.

  • Yes, Please also list other garden stuff, such as seeds, tools or books, or all things Garden that you wish to swap or give away. Another man's trash....
  • Read other people's lists. If you see things you want and would like to swap or trade for, e-mail the person directly to arrange it. Do that via private email by clicking on your person's name at the top of their post.
    Do NOT arrange the swap or trade on this thread, please.
  • Do update your posting here and your member page with your Haves and Wants; feel free to link your post here to any Plant Exchange page you may have.
  • This is important:



    When you bring your plants, MARK RESERVED PLANTS (i.e., plants for which you have a pre-arranged swap). LABEL your plants if possible. We often forget which was what by the time we get them home! Popsicle stick, plastic spoons, or other "plantable markers" are great, as they can be popped right in to the ground along with the plant.

At the swap, please do NOT take anything that is labeled for someone else, or is NOT labeled "Free" or "Please Take." Ask. That's all you have to do.

  • Questions? just include them in your post here, but please don't ask something addressed a gudzillion times. If you're asking and the answer is here, I'm going to know you've not appreciated my epic work.
  • Have fun finding new homes for your surplus plants and discovering new plants you didn't know you needed!

Did I forget anything? Of course! So, let me know so I can fix it!

Wishing everyone a great swap! Happy gardening,

Comments (74)

  • ellicottcitycathy
    12 years ago

    I have the following to share:

    Sea holly eryngium planum
    Zebra grass Miscanthus sinensis
    Fountain Grass Penisetum setaceum
    Japanese anemone pink Konigin Charlotte
    Hosta plain green leaves, purple flowers, Potomac Pride
    Rose Campion Lychnis coronaria
    Red Hot poker Kniphofia uvaria
    Japanese maple seedlings Acer palmatum
    Tall white garden phlox P. paniculata
    Lambs ears Stachys lanata

    Let me know by email what you would like me to bring for you.

    Cathy

    I also have a lot of stuff that everyone else seems to have!

  • ellicottcitycathy
    12 years ago

    Please add to my list of things to give away:

    Caryopteris blue mist
    Trumpet vine orange campsis radicans
    Wisteria sinensis purple

    Cathy mccross1@aol.com

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    The viburnums I mentioned above are doublefiles. Virbunum plicatum var . mariesii - possibly 'Shasta' but I don't really know the cultivar.

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    12 years ago

    I have a few of each of the following for trade:

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    Just so you know - my supply has run out! The deutzia and Frederick Mistral rose have also been claimed.

  • busyasabee
    12 years ago

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  • annebert
    12 years ago

    Here's a start:

    Strawberries: not sure of variety, but they have flowers already

    Columbines: These came up in the compost pile -either I tossed some seedlings or some seeds. Possibly A. alpina (blue) or maroon. I should know soon.

    Peonies: named varieties in pots. Smallish, but will be fine in the long run. Crinkled white, Sword Dancer, Nippon Moon, Pink Lemonade

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  • wishdesign
    12 years ago

    I finally got a chance to take stock, and here's what I know I have so far (I'm sure this list will grow):

    Ornamentals:
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    - Purple lilac suckers
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    12 years ago

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  • leslies
    12 years ago

    I have a caryopteris I will dig if someone wants it. It is languishing under a maple at my house.

    I've also got a good-sized clump of geranium macrorrhizum I transplanted last fall just for the swap and forgot about! This plant doesn't transplant particularly well, so I hope the clump will do OK for someone since it's had months to stabilize after being divided.

  • leslies
    12 years ago

    Forgot to mention:

    the hardwood cuttings of 'Madonna' sambucus are leafing out, so they probably have some roots. They're available! This is a big shrub. The mailorder plant descriptions say it blooms and sets fruit the way regular sambucus does, but I've never seen this one with flowers. Maybe mine isn't old enough yet (it's three years old).

  • chrismd
    12 years ago

    Wow - this is a fabulous list! I am getting major plant lust when I thought I would need NOTHING from this swap.

  • janetm_md
    12 years ago

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  • darcie2
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  • winnie850
    12 years ago

    Garlic chives
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  • ellicottcitycathy
    12 years ago

    All my sea holly has been spoken for.

    No worries, though. Everyone who gets a plant will have some to give away next year!

  • ellen_n
    12 years ago

    Blackberry Lily (Belamcanda chinensis)
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    Garden Phlox (Phlox paniculata) Common pink
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  • ellicottcitycathy
    12 years ago

    All my anemone have been spoken for.

    I'll throw some composted manure in all the holes when I dig them up for the swap and I'll bet we have 20 new plants to share next year!

    I'm so excited for the swap. I already have more than 20 people bringing plants for me and I've agreed to bring more than fifty plants to trade.

    For labels: I'm using old plastic mini blinds that are cut to the right size. I still need a good idea for containers.

    Many thanks to the Granma for hosting and the other organizers!

  • ellen_n
    12 years ago

    Have added a few more plants. I'm reposting my entire list rather than having the news things split from the original list.

    Spreads by seeds:
    Blackberry Lily (Belamcanda chinensis)
    Fringed Bleeding Heart (Dicentra eximia) (one year-old seedlings)
    Garden Phlox (Phlox paniculata) Common pink
    Sedum ÂAutumn JoyÂ
    Rudbeckia fulgida ÂGoldsturm (close variation since this does not come back true from seed)
    Yellow flag (huge supply)
    Mahonia japonica seedlings
    Cleome seedlings (huge supply)
    Feverfew seedlings
    Lemon balm
    Golden ragwort (Packera aurea)

    Spreads by runners; relatively easy to control:
    Lily of the valley (good supply)
    Ostrich fern (good supply)
    Common orange daylilies (huge supply, barerooted)
    Dwarf Comfrey (Symphytum ibericum)

    Spreads by runners; can be aggressive (but worth growing I think)
    Perennial ageratum (Eupatorium coelestinum)
    Euphorbia robbiae (lime-green flower)
    Spearmint
    Peppermint

  • foodeefish
    12 years ago

    I also have:
    - Grasses ( Miscanthus? Green and white striped)
    - Heavenly Bamboo
    - Cardinal flower - lobelia
    - BeautyBerry- callicarpa americana

  • manure_queen
    12 years ago

    Please check my specific haves posting
    I have a list of stuff the specific people want
    If you are on my list I shall have a bag with your name on it in the trunk of which ever of my toyotas I decide to drive that day
    MAry

  • sfmiller
    12 years ago

    I should have these, mostly in small quantities:

    PERENNIALS

    Agastache 'Blue Delight' (similar to 'Blue Fortune'), 3.5" pots
    Aster frikartii, 1-year plants, quarts
    Aster tartaricus 'Jin Dai,' divisions, quarts
    Brugmansia, name forgotten, shell pink blooms turning more gold as they mature, rooted cuttings (parent plant stayed compact & bloomed very early last year)
    Digitalis (foxglove) ÂFoxy, seedlings, 4-packs
    Geranium ÂBiokovo, small divisions, 2" pots
    Helleborus x hybridus (Lenten rose), 1-year plants, 3.5" pots
    Persicaria ÂRed Dragon, small divisions, 3.5" pots
    Pulmonaria, seedlings of Mrs. Moon, 3.5" pots
    Salvia guaranitica, divisions, 3.5" pots
    Salvia urica (upright form, supposedly reaches 5-6 ft), seedlings, 2" pots (probably not hardy in z7)
    Sedum 'Autumn Joy,' ÂBlue Spruce,' 'Acre,' divisions dug by request demand

    HERBS

    Garlic chives
    Peppermint (divisions, quart pots)

  • ellen_n
    12 years ago

    I'm out of fringed bleeding heart (dicentra exima).

  • amybee
    12 years ago

    Here is what I'll be bringing in small quantities. Some of the perennials were given to me by my MIL a few years back so I don't know exact varieties.

    Lambs ear (1 or 2)
    Heirloom tomato seedlings (wonÂt know which varieties until that day)
    Raspberry canes, possibly everbearing.
    Sedum cuttings (likely Autumn Joy)
    Yellow evening primrose (i think?, in 3.5" pots; can bring 10-12)
    Rudbeckia, Irish eyes (3)
    Vinca w/purple flowers (3-5, in 3.5" pots)
    Variegated ribbon grass (green & white stripes; looks like Phalaris arundinacea 'Picta')

    Clivia (tropical, orange blooms) (3) Houseplant but can go outside for summer.

    Amy

  • leslies
    12 years ago

    The rose-scented geraniums have rooted (and some of them are blooming!). I will be bring 10 to the swap.

    I also have five two-year-old amsonia hubrichtii plants potted up and ready to go.

  • ryanzone7
    12 years ago

    I will bring a truck load of compost (aged horse manure- 9ish months old) and a bunch of burlap coffee sacks.
    all I want is garden magazines and books

  • oscarthecat
    12 years ago

    yes i am back from Washington State. You once again will be thrilled by my attendance at the swap.. Not much of a cook. would it be ok to bring couple tubs of KFC. Or a big lasagna and we could reheat there. What do you think. Have some big pots.
    .named daylilies, no Stella
    may have some dahlia tubers.
    if anyone is going to use upside down tomato cages for plant stakes bring them with you i am bringing bolt cutters to remove the legs. Steve S

  • chrismd
    12 years ago

    An acquaintance of mine is downsizing from a house to an apartment, and she invited me to check out what was going to the curb. I stuffed the car full.

    I'll classify this as "Useful plastic junk that's a PITA to buy but is great to get for free".

    Gardengramma gets first pick, Janet M gets second pick, Professor Dirt gets third pick.

    After that, it's up for grabs.

  • sfmiller
    12 years ago

    In addition to the upthread stuff, I've got:

    snowdrops (Galanthus nivalis) bulbs
    Heliopsis (perennial sunflower) 'Flore Pleno' divisions

    And, for the invasives connoisseurs, a boltonia that's pretty in the fall but way too imperialistic for the place I have it. If anyone wants some (or a LOT), I'll dig it the morning of the swap.

    Steven

  • winnie850
    12 years ago

    I just checked my garden and I have a few more things to share:
    oregano
    thyme
    money plant
    Sunberry (Solanum Burbankii) - I like to grow different things and had high hopes for these (waiting for my blueberries to mature) but do not like the taste. Here is a description: SUNBERRY was bred in the early 1900s by Luther Burbank (1849-1926) and it is not at all related to huckleberry or blueberry to which it is sometimes compared. The fruit is purplish-black when ripe and the size of peas. The flavor is akin to blueberries but less sweet. But cooked in pies and jams it is yummy! The small shrub grows 12"-24" but remarkably can begin bearing fruit when only a few inches high

    Gladys

  • treble
    12 years ago

    Unrooted cuttings I can bring (branches from pruning that I've done):
    Jiro persimmon
    Euonymus fortunei
    climbing hydrangea
    concord grape
    azaleas of varying white, pink and red colors

    Plants I can dig/pull at your request:
    forsythia
    Privet
    wild ornamental invasive strawberry (yellow flowers)
    Asters (blue, exact latin variety; don't know)
    Morning glory (invasive blue/purple)
    chinese garlic chives
    mint (spearmint, peppermint)
    raspberry (red; variety not known)
    yarrow (white achillea millefolium proa)
    Shiso/Perilla (purple Japanese Aka?)
    tansy (tanacetum vulgare)
    Vinca minor (violet flowers)

    Volunteer saplings:
    mulberry
    crabapple

    Plastic plastic containers that purchased plants came in
    Very old beer for snails
    Old gardening tools (if you're good at restoration, they're yours)
    A big pile of expired seeds (don't know how long seeds are good for, but I've kept them dry and out of the sun).

  • billjoebob
    12 years ago

    I'm finally going to make it this year.

    I have pots and seed trays galore.

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    12 years ago

    Wanted: Two Cavatine or Prelude Andronmeda Bushes. I can't find them. I'm new to this board. I hope I didn't break any rules for asking. Thank you very much!

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    12 years ago

    I also have:
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  • oogy4plants
    12 years ago

    Would anyone like a 5 foot tall tulip poplar tree? If so, please email me and I will dig and bring it to the swap.

  • bugmagnet
    12 years ago

    Hello everybody!

    I have been so behind on everything that I finally get myself together to make this posting. I have not dug anything yet! If you find something on my Have list that you are interested in, let me know. Maybe we can make a trade? What I need the most are part shade plants for my backyard. Interesting shrubs and deer resistant plants are welcomed.

    Thanks!

    Here is a link that might be useful: Bugmagnet's trade list

  • chrismd
    12 years ago

    Snowdrops

    There's a catch here - that I need to know by Wednesday night if anyone wants these as I have to dig them at my mother's house on Thursday. Email me through Gardenweb.

  • layne_nova
    12 years ago

    Hi, Here is what I have, # of plants would be very limited, may have 1 or 2 only due to small backyard gardening practice. Won't be available for many, my apologies in advance.

    .Mophead hydrangea, pink, big one, can easily divide to 2-3 bushes, will need to dig, bring only if anyone wants it. Mary gets one already.

    .Hardy Hibiscus, Rose Mallow, Swamp Mallow
    Hibiscus moscheutos

    .Okra seedling or seeds

    .fig potted, need to find the variety. from UC Davis cutting last year. Survived the winter with protection outdoor.

    .Chive, garlic type, the one Asian use for cooking, have seeds too.

    .Pepper seedling, medium hot long type.

    .Beard iris
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    . Asparagus roots, 5 to 7 roots available (from Mary, garden type, not house plant)

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  • chrismd
    12 years ago

    Mixed colors

  • nancy123
    12 years ago

    Bleeding Heart babies

    Campanula (balloon flower) - It's blue, not sure what variety

    Nancy

  • dawnstorm
    12 years ago

    Have:
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    Some pothos (or is it philodendron?)
    Some buckets with lids
    Butternut squash seedlings (maybe)

  • madeleinef
    12 years ago

    Have:
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    Ditch lilies
    Spiderwort
    Egyptian walking onions
    Mint
    Alpine strawberries
    Seeds: okra (clemson spineless), cilantro, marigold
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  • heyruthie
    12 years ago

    OK, I have moved to a new house. This house has asphalt & turf. that's it. therefore, I have:

    -2 Gillete Fusion Razors, new in their cases (come with 2 sets of cartriges.) You can use these to shave in the garden :-) If anyone wants one, I'll bring them to the SWAP to trade something. They are expensive, and a great gift item!

  • Ann
    12 years ago

    In addition to the trades that I've already set up I'm also bringing a bunch of WS tomato seedlings for anyone who would like them. There are about a dozen varieties - everything from Blondkopfchen yellow grade tomatoes to Great White and Kentucky Dinnerplate. I've also got some NOID silene which I think is pink.

  • Ann
    12 years ago

    Also found several small seedlings from my weeping japanese maple tree - since this is a graft I know the seedlings will not come true to the parent tree. These seem to be all green with deeply cut leaves. Let me know if you're interested and I will dig these.

  • diana_lynn
    12 years ago

    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

  • annebert
    12 years ago

    Last-minute additions

    Hardy kiwi, male and female pairs
    Clumps of seedlings: celeriac, brussels sprouts
    Hostas: Sum & Substance and (probably this is what it is)Frances Williams

    Lots of magazines and books

  • Sweet Sakura
    12 years ago

    I'm very late to the game, but I'm planning to attend the swap. Here's what I can bring:

    Tall perennial sunflower (Helianthus maximilian?)
    Tatarian Aster
    Rose Campion
    Lambs Ear
    Iberis - Candytuft
    double purple columbine
    light pink chrysanthemum
    liriope
    mistflower - Eupatorium coelestinum
    Red daylilies
    Oregano
    Culinary Thyme
    Nandina - various sizes from 1 ft to 5 ft

    I have a healthy supply of most of the above.

    ~CA

  • Sweet Sakura
    12 years ago

    oops - missed one on my mental tour of the yard (should have consulted the list I made for this purpose):

    Solidago 'Fireworks' - goldenrod

    ~CA

  • Ann
    12 years ago

    In a last ditch effort to place some plants before they have no home...

    Does anyone want some double feverfew? I've got two plants that are in their 2nd or 3rd year and bloomed nicely last year.

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