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12 years ago

2012 Spring MAG Swap: Plants you Have List

Saturday May 19, 2012 from 10am to 1pm

at GardengrammaâÂÂs Gorgeous Encampment in Burtonsville (see link below)

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

HAVES LIST DOs and DONâÂÂTs:

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, pots, 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 Want: 2012 MAG spring swap thread is for.

DOs and DONâÂÂTs for the SWAP:

DO wear a nametag.

DO label your motor vehicle with a big, visible label.

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, or masking tape 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 any unwanted plants for Gardengramma to have to deal with.

FAQ #1: CAN I COME EVEN THOUGH I DONâÂÂT HAVE ANY PLANTS TO TRADE?

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 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 (44)

  • 12 years ago

    Stuff I have:

    Aloe vera
    Walking onions (from Vlad)
    Garlic chives
    Geranium macrorrhizum 'Bevan's Variety'
    Hay-scented fern (from Vlad)
    Nanking cherry seedlings (need two for fruit)
    Helianthus decapetalus (I'm pretty sure that's what it is)

    Books:

    Taylor's Guide to Roses (2001)
    Celia Thaxter, An Island Garden, with pictures by Childe Hassam (originally from 1894, but this is a new paperback reprint)
    Stevie Daniels, The Wild Lawn Handbook (1995)

  • 12 years ago

    My usual array of tomatoes, peppers and eggplants
    I am waiting for other seed orders to come in, so will add to this list later.

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  • 12 years ago

    I'm sure I will add to this later, but right now:

    Tons of plastic pots -- 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 inches. If you want pots before the swap to pot things up in, no problem. Just come and get them anytime.

    Rose of sharon bluebird 1-3 year old seedlings
    Lemon balm (warning: best as a pot plant, can be invasive)
    Spiderwort (blue, bilberry ice, denim, color only know during bloom)
    Little marvel shelling peas
    Suger snap peas

  • 12 years ago

    ***I can only stay one hour. Please come early if you'd like to exchange with me.***

    Alfie_MD, I have lily of the valley I can pot up for you.

    Sedum Angelina
    Miscanthus gracillimus
    wintersown foxgloves starts, yellow and white
    LOTS of raspberries
    chocolate mint
    turf fertilizer
    Doone Valley thyme (decorative ground cover, not edible)

  • 12 years ago

    I'm bringing lots of this stuff:
    Sedum "Blue spruce"
    Started cuttings of catmint
    Starts of mountain mint
    Some seedling hellebores
    Assorted extras of this years seed experiments
    Some plain hostas that bloom in August
    Yearling tiger lilies

    Things I will bring if you ask me to:
    2 ft black cherry tree - the wild kind
    Autumn clematis

    Will post more as I get through the yard

  • 12 years ago

    Just briefly took inventory in the backyard, and I have plenty of the following I can bring.

    boltonia
    japanese anemone
    yarrow (pink flowers)
    chocolate mint
    regular mint
    garlic chives
    rose campions (magenta flowers)
    small lacecap hydrangea (pink flowers) - only one plant
    spiderwort (purple flower)
    phlox (white flower, not sure of variety, I received from someone a couple of years ago @ swap)
    hostas (green and variegated varieties)
    grecian foxgloves
    columbines (magenta or yellow/white)
    turtlehead (pink flowers)
    anemone sylvestris (white flowers)
    cleome seedlings

  • 12 years ago

    Here are my 'haves' this year, it is a bit limited since I expanded my garden last fall. Please see my 'wants' on the other list

    * Corydalis (yellow flowers)
    * phlox divaricata- London grove (2 trades)
    * Solomon's seal (Polygonatum commutatum)
    * Hellebore seedlings
    * assorted daffodil bulbs
    * pulmonaria (name unknown)
    * sensitive fern
    * willowleaf sunflower (Helianthus salicifolius)

    Also:
    * One 25 foot package of white, polycoated metal fencing- 14" tall.
    * scalloped red 'brick' edging (about 18" long by approx 6" tall) 4 sections

  • 12 years ago

    a truck load of aged compost (aged horse manure) burlap coffee sacks.
    and videos of my grandson.

  • 12 years ago

    so far I've identified the following I can bring

    several medium sized aloe vera plants
    lambs ears
    pachysandra
    vinca (both green and varigated)
    climbing hydrangea
    mini allium (12" tall, white-fall blooming)
    large leafed green hosta, (lavender bloom 6" plants)

  • 12 years ago

    My haves

    bleeding heart babies
    miniature iris (dark purple, bloom in April)
    balloon flower
    cilantro seedlings
    basil seedlings
    Jade plant cuttings
    Shasta daisy
    strawberry plants

  • 12 years ago

    Have for the swap:

    Hardy Geranium NOID lavender/pink flowers
    Shasta Daisy
    Senecio Aureus
    Cup Plant
    Periwinkle Blue Aster - may be "Raydon's Favorite"
    Mint cuttings
    Black Eyed Susan
    Sun Drops
    Lysimachia - Gooseneck Strife
    Eupatorium greggii - perennial mistflower
    Coreopsis "Zagreb"

    More to follow...

  • 12 years ago

    To SPRINGPLANTER - you don't have an email set up in Gardenweb so I can't send you an email. I am interested in your aloe vera and your mini allium. Thanks, Ann P.S. My email is aba563@aol.com

  • 12 years ago

    Second lot of haves:

    Obedient plant (pink flowers)
    Wood poppy (Stylophorum diphyllum)
    Yellow flowering trumpet vine
    Siberian wall flower (mixed colors from this years wintersowing)

    Heavenly blue morning glory seedlings (from wintersowing)

  • 12 years ago

    Here's what I can bring:

    Tatarian aster (tall)
    Willow-leaf helianthus
    Rosemary
    Lavender
    Spanish bluebells (bulbs)
    Gaillardia
    Rue
    Bachelor's button (Centaurea)
    Rose campion
    Lamb's ear
    Zebra grass
    Small-flowered white rose (2)
    Perennial ageratum / mistflower (Eupatorium coelestinum?)

    Some assorted tomato seedlings
    Huckleberry seedlings (maybe)

    See you at the swap!
    ~CA

  • 12 years ago

    HERBS:
    Rosemary, potted
    Thai Basil, seedling
    Oregano, potted
    Creeping thyme, potted
    Spearmint

    Native plants:
    asarum, wild ginger
    corydalis lutea (yellow flower)
    monarda didyma, bee balm, pink
    Geranium macrorrhizum, pink flower, ground cover
    Lonicera sempervirens, native honeysuckle, non-rooted cuttings,hummingbird attractor
    Lysimachia clethroides, gooseneck loosestrife, good under holly and shade trees
    Physostegia virginiana, obedient plant
    Pulmonaria officinalis
    Oakleaf hydrangea, shrub, 1 only

    Non-native plants
    Teucrium chaemydrys, germander, ground cover
    Pachysandra, ground cover
    Lilac, shrub, 2
    Perovskia, potted, 2
    plumbago, ground cover
    creeping jenny, ground cover
    chrysanthemum divisions, yellow
    Four o'clocks, pink and purple
    Balsam impatiens, shade plant
    Hakone grass
    Could offer unidentified healthy green hosta.

    House plants
    Potted kalanchoe from cuttings

    Looking forward to swapping! Lisa

  • 12 years ago

    Hi all....I will be there and bringing:

    yearling orange tiger lilies
    2 chelone " Hot Lips" ....very small but growing
    lambs ears
    lily of the valley- pink
    peppermint
    tall pink phlox
    obedient plant - purple/pink blossom
    ajuga
    3 10" potted green leaf hosta
    1 solomon's seal white flower
    1 10" aguilegia plant unknown blossoms
    2 dozen Garden Gate and Horticulture magazines

    See you all there. Thanks henrietta for hosting again.
    Bonnie

  • 12 years ago

    Third lot of haves

    Great blue lobelia
    Sweet flag
    Zen gold calendula
    Butterfly bush (two year old lavender)
    Amsonia tabernaemontana (1)

  • 12 years ago

    I have the following:
    Lunaria - Money plant
    Arugula
    Oregano
    Garlic chives
    Tansy
    Peppermint

    Gladys

  • 12 years ago

    Part I:
    1. Karma dahlia tubers- unlabeled but I know they are Choc, Royal, Bon bini or Amanda.
    2. assorted hostas blues and variegated. some are labeled, some aren't
    3. pulmonaria

    more when I see what survived digging up

  • 12 years ago

    Wild Blackberry, most likely Yankee Blackberry aka Rubus flagellaris (northern dewberry)

  • 12 years ago

    Have:

    1) Peppermint
    2) Siberian iris: purple, white, yellow. Trying to get chocolate brown before the swap.
    4) Day lillies.
    5) Fennel - grows about 3 feet tall. Has a brown looking beard in the middle. Comes back every year. Beautiful plant. Great herb with cooking with rock fish. Have 2 plants for swap.

    Seeds:
    1) trying to find name of the border plant with purple flowers. Sort of like Salvia. perennial. Started from bulb. Have thin green leafs. Spike flower. Given to me by friend.

    More to come - have to finish inventory.

    Ronda (WhoDeWho) rpeery24@aol.com

  • 12 years ago

    symphoricarpus albus - rooted offsets
    veronica 'Bergen's Blue'
    ajuga 'Chocolate Chip'
    antique rose scented geraniums - rooted cuttings, potted
    purple-flowered columbine - possibly a. flabellata, in bloom now
    large, flowering onion - either 'Globemaster' or 'Gladiator' but I'm not sure which one!
    thymus serpyllum
    dianthus 'Bath's Pink' - good sized chunks, already dug and stabilized
    lysimachia [nummularia?]- bright yellow-green groundcover
    lobelia cardinalis - warning, some plants in my garden have purple-magenta flowers. Not sure how these second-year plants will come out.
    rudbeckia - ordinary 'Goldsturm'

  • 12 years ago

    And pots. I will be bringing about a zillion pots - mostly 1 quart size.

  • 12 years ago

    I also have various seedlings that I WSed...need to find some of them homes before I run out of space!

  • 12 years ago

    Here's what I have. If I see any of my Haves in your Want list, I will set some aside for you.

    white snakeroot
    threadleaf coreopsis
    green and gold
    virginia bluebells
    sundrops
    comfrey
    asters- 2 kinds, smooth or ?white one
    goldenrod
    brown-eye susan's
    wood poppies
    spotted jewelweed
    purple mallow
    african violets- magenta

  • 12 years ago

    Arugula - Wild Roquette
    Arum italicum
    Hellebores seedlings
    Iris -- Bearded, deep purple with yellow throat
    Jade plant cuttings
    Oncidium
    Passion flower 'Maypop'
    Penstemon -- Dwarf type, pink flowers
    Perilla (Shiso)
    Plumbago
    Spiderwort
    Sundrop

    Black plastic tap-in garden edger (some new some used, but in reasonable condition)

  • 12 years ago

    USUALLY HAVE LOTS OF THESE:

    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)
    Rose Campion (Lychnis coronaria)
    Penstemon (white NOID)

    THESE MIGHT BE LIMITED:

    Perennial ageratum (Eupatorium coelestinum)
    Euphorbia robbiae (nice evergreen, but spreads like a mother)
    Little bluestem grass (Schizachyrium scoparium)
    Porcupine grass (Miscanthus strictus)
    Mexican feather grass (Stipa tennuifolia)
    Cardinal flower (lobelia cardinalis)
    Blue lobelia (lobelia siphilitica)
    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

    Larry

  • 12 years ago

    Repeating what I said before...
    I'm bringing lots of this stuff:
    Sedum "Blue spruce"
    Started cuttings of catmint
    Starts of mountain mint
    Some seedling hellebores
    Assorted extras of this years seed experiments
    Some plain hostas that bloom in August
    Yearling tiger lilies

    Things I will bring if you ask me to:
    2 ft black cherry tree - the wild kind
    Autumn clematis

    Adding some more...
    Tansy
    Feverfew (well, I like it)
    A tall campanula - i forget the Latin name
    Some hardy geranium
    LOTS AND LOTS of Mortgage Lifter tomato seedlings
    Cleome seedlings
    A white foldable trellis 4x6 - kind of lightweight
    A square of wooden trellis 2x2
    A plastic planter that looks like a stone urn
    Lots of plastic pots
    Lots of plastic grocery bags

  • 12 years ago

    Nandina plants - these are the "wild" type that get about 5 feet tall, not the stunted round things they plant in parking lots.

  • 12 years ago

    Garlic chives
    White flowered vinca
    Pink Seven Sisters Rose - this wants to take over the world! Thorny but smothered in flowers.
    The yellow lysimachia punctata - very agressive but might be nice in the right place
    Missouri primrose Oeothera speciosa

  • 12 years ago

    Oenothera speciosa 'Siskiyou' -- Mexican Primroses
    Sedum 'Autumn joy'
    Cerastium tomentosum -- Snow in Summer
    Saxifraga stolonifera -- Strawberry geranium

    Seeds:
    edmame
    zucchini
    Moluccella laevis -- Bells of Ireland

    Bamboo sticks for staking

  • 12 years ago

    I also have:
    bottlebrush grass
    black-eyed susans
    mountain mint
    anemone
    mazus reptans

  • 12 years ago

    A last have:
    Elephant ear corms-small, medium and a couple of large

    To make things simplier, I'm consolidating all of haves still available here
    Tons of plastic pots -- 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 inches. If you want pots before the swap to pot things up in, no problem. Just come and get them anytime.

    Rose of sharon bluebird 1-3 year old seedlings
    Lemon balm (warning: best as a pot plant, can be invasive)
    Spiderwort (blue, bilberry ice, denim, color only know during bloom)
    Little marvel shelling pea plants
    Suger snap pea plants
    Obedient plant (pink flowers)
    Wood poppy (Stylophorum diphyllum)
    Yellow flowering trumpet vine small rooted plants
    Heavenly blue morning glory seedlings (from wintersowing)
    Great blue lobelia
    Sweet flag
    Calendula --tutti frutti
    Butterfly bush (1)

  • 12 years ago

    I have a few more " haves"...

    1 yellow evening primrose oenothera
    1 wisteria plant in a large gallon bucket
    3 yellow flowering sedums
    2 spiderwort- Kate...blue

    Bonnie

  • 12 years ago

    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

  • 12 years ago

    First time in many years I can make the swap -- no more Azalea Society sales to run on the same day. Yay!

    Haves:
    Caryopteris: some with usual grey-green leaves and blue flowers, plus seedlings of cultivar Sunshine Blue (bright yellow foliage)
    Hosta seedlings (from huge variety, not IDed)
    Carex 'Ice Dancer'
    1 Calycanthus florida (native shrub)
    1 small Koreanspice viburnum (either carlesii or juddii or hybrid)
    seeds of columbine (different colors) and larkspur

    Will dig up if anyone is interested (please contact me):
    Salvia lyrata
    Brunnera
    Epimedium 'Frohleiten' (sp?)
    Corydalis lutea
    Amsonia tabernaemontana

  • 12 years ago

    I have removed a small hosta plant from the deer. It has a second stem coming up and should grow nicely. It think it is edged with white, but can't remember since I dug these and thought they were gone two months ago...but this one wants to LIVE. Please offer for it.

    Also about six Thai basil seedlings I can pot up.

    Lisa

  • 12 years ago

    A few more 'haves':
    Solidago 'Fireworks' goldenrod
    Mexican feather grass
    Ribbon grass

    And here's what's left of my original list:
    Tatarian aster (tall)
    Willow-leaf helianthus (tall)
    Spanish bluebells (bulbs)
    Tomatoes (Sweet 100, Black Cherry, Maremmano, Early Kus Ali, Black from Tula, Brandywine)
    Bachelor's button (Centaurea)
    Rose campion
    Lamb's ear
    Small-flowered white rose (1)
    Perennial ageratum/mistflower (Eupatorium coelestinum)

    ~CA

  • 12 years ago

    updates to my haves:
    the Koreanspice viburnum, one hosta seedling, and epimedium (epimedia?) have been claimed.

  • 12 years ago

    I have the following to bring Saturday.

    variegated grass (unknown name)
    lily of the valley
    bleeding heart (small - pink)
    daffodils (yellow, common)
    mum
    Easter lily
    basil
    flat parsley
    dill
    aloe

    plastic pots of many sizes

    kumquat tree - I will bring only if someone wants this

  • 12 years ago

    A few more things:

    Oldfashioned lilac offsets

    Green leaf Japanese maple seedlings -nice color in young growth, about 2 feet tall

  • 12 years ago

    bugmagnet - I was hoping to suggest a trade, but I don't see an email address in your profile. Could you please email me?

  • 12 years ago

    Colleen - I'll take your kumquat tree. thanks.

  • 12 years ago

    Does anyone have a Japanese Weeping Maple - green - seedling?

    Ronda (WhoDeWho)

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