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NEW: New Fall Neighborhood swap Tropicals

14 years ago

Hi Everyone! :)

This is for ONE Large flat rate box of tropicals bulbs, plants cuttings whatever you partner desires... (please dont send two boxes, only one box to each person in this swap to make it fair)

You will be paired on what you are looking for and what your partner has to share with you. Sign ups till October 2nd... Happy trading to all

Boxes are to reach their partner by October 10th... please use a DC number and post it so we know boxes have arrived... I will be your host for this one..Whats up gardeners? Chat on ...... Hugs and beautiful blooms to you...

Comments (83)

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    hi all how's it going...I will try and post some pics tomorrow

    haves list

    rex begonia 'red tango'
    rex begonia 'red kiss'
    sinbad' angel wing cane begonia

    yucca filamentosa
    moses in the cradle Tradescantia spathacea tri color
    mexican fan palm seedlings
    black potato vine, (blackie, blackheart)
    light green potato vine
    variegated purple green potato vine
    dark pink bougainvillea
    raspberry ice bougainvillea cuttings
    pandorea bower vine cuttings
    velvet wizard coleus
    henna coleus
    sedona coleus
    midnight train coleus
    kingswood torch coleus
    chocolate mint coleus
    rustic orange coleus
    orange king coleus
    indian summer coleus
    electric lime coleus
    hymenocallis advance bulb
    white bird of paradise
    orange heliconia
    variegated peace lily spathiphyllum 'domino'
    stromanthe sanguniea 'triostar'
    valley rose brug cutting
    nepenthes pitcher plant
    hardy cactus opuntia humifusa
    coffea arabica
    Aechmea fasciata bromeliad pup
    Neoregelia carolinae pup
    silverlace fern
    variegated african violet
    wandering jew Tradescantia fluminensis quadricolor
    pink princess philodendron
    brazil philodendron

    wants
    tree philodendrons
    red philodendrons
    clerodendrons
    coral cactus
    gingers
    shell vine
    snake plant
    agaves

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Great lists, everyone! Happy Fall!!! Here's photos of some of my plants:

    Brug -cuttings( might have more, besides these two)
    Yellow/orange NOID
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    Coral Glow

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    Clerodendrum Ugandense -cuttings,So pretty!Really easy from cuttings, might have a plant
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    Tropical Hibiscus(orange)-cuttings

    Umbrella Palm- division
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    Green Taro
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    Wax Begonia- pink w/ dk.leaves- plant
    Hens & chicks- 2 kinds-
    Torenia- dark/light purple-plants


    Fiber Optic Grass
    Vigna Caracalla- cuttings, Waiting on my first blooms, any day now!
    Iochroma- Purple Bells- plant,

    Red-cuttings
    Iochroma Australe-(I think the color is white) 8 month old seedling
    Maid Of Orleans Jasmine- cuttings
    Air potato vine
    Crossandra-lots of orange flowers-cuttings
    {{gwi:513011}}
    Passionflower- Morifolia- CUTTINGS
    {{gwi:540126}}
    Night-blooming jasmine (Cestrum nocturnum)-Small plant & CUTTINGS. Just for the fragrance, it's worth having!MMMMM!
    {{gwi:540089}}
    Spiral Ginger
    Curcuma alismatifolia
    Banana Dwarf Cavendish- pup
    Ipomoea batatas 'Marguerite' " Sweet Potato Vine" -CUTTINGS
    {{gwi:1301072}}
    Thanksgiving or Christmas cactus?- Peach, Red & Hot Pink(picture)
    {{gwi:583419}}
    Crown of Thorns- Red(picture), Pink-cutting
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    Kalanchoe- bell-shaped blooms,burgundy w/greenish-white edging. Anyone know the name of this?
    I searched over 40 pages of images and found nothing!
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    Polka Dot Plant- red & pink
    Abutilon- red, looks like a hibiscus bloom
    Callisia Fragrans- Basket Plant
    Moses-in-a-Basket- Tradescantia spathacea
    Tradescantia Tricolor

    Angel Wing Begonia-Dk. reddish green leaves with metallic silver splotches-Leaf cutting

    {{gwi:513001}}{{gwi:113744}}
    Spathiphyllum
    Oxalis Triangularis- Division
    {{gwi:1301075}}
    CERATOSTIGMA (Dwarf Plumbago)
    {{gwi:1301076}}
    Butterfly Bush -seedlings
    Japanese Butterbur- variegated


    Ostrich Fern
    {{gwi:1292117}}
    Astilbe- White
    Cape Gooseberry-seedlings in bloom

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  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Those pictures are just lovely! Drool! Drool!

    Who else has a digital camera?

    -Ann

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Happy Birthday, Ann! Hope your day is wonderful!:)

    Theresa

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Happy Birthday Ann!!! I second that Theresa! Hope you had a great day!!!

    Those are some really droolious pictures Theresa!!! I was thinking you were in FL ...nope PA that is really awesome!!!

    How is everyone sure is quiet
    Really miss Barb
    heather

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Hi Heather! I'm so glad to see someone posting. Where is everyone? Thank you for the nice compliments!

    Theresa

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Thanks for the B-day wishes, girls!

    Yes, it has been pretty quiet here lately.
    Lots going on outside, leaves starting to turn color and fall. Can the end of summer be real?

    Still have a few more plants to add--have some red ivy geraniums I never used still sitting in their pots.
    (I KNOW there was something else, but at 1:30 in the morning I'm finally starting to fade!)
    Will post 'who's in so far' by tomorrow or Friday!

    Please send any updates and pictures, folks!

    -Ann

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Hi everyone. Just had time to post my list.

    Haves:
    Bleeding heart vine (white and purple rooted, variegated cuttings)
    Alostromeria - NOID - reddish burgandy color with green on edges
    Unnamed daylilies
    Sweet olive cuttings
    Bougainvillea cuttings - variegated and NOID, hasn't bloomed
    Cannas - Bengal Tiger, red, orange/yellow
    Variegated hibiscus - rooted cuttings
    Several different begonias -cuttings - NOID on most
    Yellow crown of thorns
    Night blooming cactus - white
    Dragon Flower
    Gingers - pine cone, hidden, white butterfly, unknown
    NOID hydrangea rooted cuttings - blue
    Lady Banks Rose cuttings - white and yellow
    Seven Sister Rose
    Coleus cuttings NOID
    Pineapple lily - white
    Variegated peperomi
    Hoya cuttings
    Old fashioned white iris
    Weedelia
    Aloe vera
    Queen of tears bromeliad
    Red spider lilies

    Wants:
    Other colors of alstromeria
    Orange bird of paradise
    Pineapple lily other than white
    Impatiens tinctoria
    Red or pink dogwood
    Spiral ginger
    Iochromas
    Gingers I don't have
    Crossandra
    Vigna Caracalla
    Yellow butterfly bush
    Orchid cactus other than white
    Aristolochia littoralis
    Calico Vine

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    good morning everyone :o)

    I haven't had much time to post but I do some lurking to see what is going on
    There are some great list for plants and wants.
    I just notice that I didn't have a want list, Well I have to say I want it all LOL

    I don't know if it is too late to post a list but here goes,
    Amaryllis
    epyphylums
    hoyas
    day lilies
    catuses specialy blooming ones
    Heirloom seeds
    Just anything that blooms
    Have a blessed day,
    Carmen

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Awesome lists, Ladies!!!! I want one of everything too!!!LOL

    Theresa

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Good Morning!

    Here are our participants so far:

    threas (Theresa)
    gardencraze (Carmen)
    restec (Nancy)
    divaheather (Heather)
    dimples31312 (Dorothy)
    bigmama4ever (Norma)
    diego01991 (Amy)
    dcarpenter (Darlene)
    fcoffill (Frances)
    Anninthegarden (Ann)

    A few of you haven't yet posted lists, so I hope you will do that soon if you're still planning on playing! I'll be out of computer contact for a couple of days, but will check back by Monday morning at the latest to see what's shakin'!

    -Ann

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Okay, here's what I have in abundance right now (some of it's not really tropical, but what the heck):

    Ajuga - Purple
    Artemesia ("Oriental Limelight")
    Basil - Lemon
    Butter & Egg
    Campfire Plant
    Canna - Bengal Tiger
    Canna - Phaison
    Canna - Tropicana
    Canna - Wyoming
    Crassula ("Watch Chain")(cuttings)
    Cypress Vine (Red)
    Crown of Thorns (Red)
    Daylily - Stella D'Or (orange)
    Elephant Ear (Green Runner)
    Firesticks (cuttings)
    Gregg's Mistflower
    Horsetail Rush
    Jerusalem Artichokes
    Jewels of Opar
    Kalanchoe ("Flippin Flapjacks")
    Kalanchoe ("Purple Scallops") (cuttings)
    Lamb's Ear
    Lemon Balm
    Lemon Verbena (cuttings)
    Lion's Ear
    Magilla Perilla/False Basil (Purple)
    Mexican Flame Vine (cuttings)
    Morning Glory (variegated) (NOID) (burgundy/pink bloom)
    Mother of Thousands
    Night-Blooming Cereus (White) (cuttings)
    Obedient Plant (Pink)
    Opuntia ("Santa Rita")(pads)
    Opuntia (yellow) (pads)
    Opuntia (trailing) (pads)
    Orange Bulbine
    Persicaria Red Dragon (cuttings)
    Rock Rose Paronia (Pink) (cuttings)
    Sedum - Autumn Joy
    Sedum - Weihenstephaner
    St. John's Wort
    Umbrella Plant
    Wine Cups
    Yarrow - White

    I may have more, but can't think of anything right now. Thanks.

    Darlene

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Please hurry
    Updated list.....

    Giant Pinapple Lily
    3Baby EE (these do not have bulbs, purple stem & black)
    2 Colours of SweetPotato Vine (rooted plants)
    Assorted small rooted coleus
    Anthurium - white flower
    Mandevilla - Laxa Seedling
    Arrow Vine cuttings
    Spider Plant babies
    Pink NOID Brug Cuttings rooted. (very fragrant, large flower, heavy bloomer)
    Brug Seedling!!!!! (I have no idea what you will get, 2 seeds sprouted you get one!)
    A TON of Canna, (this is the BIG one, probably 'Indica' 8 feet tall, clusters of small red flowers June thru frost for me)
    Autunm Joy Sedum, plant
    Coral Reef Sedum Cuttings
    Tecoma Stans (Esperanza, plants, these are one year old seedlings, woody trunks, haven't flowered for me yet)

    Maybe some otherstuff.... :O

    I am really looking for Shade plants that can take dry heat.

    Hosta any, not picky
    Variagated Liriope (have green if anyone wants it)

    For sun

    Sedums (other than the ones above)
    tall, or groundcover, variagated, (especially looking for FrostyMorn and Purple Emporer)

    Tropicals for shade or part shade ground hardy to Zone 7.

    Frances

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    I also have shrimp plants, coral, coral variegated, and yellow, pink or white mandevilla cuttings, flowering almond cuttings, bay leaf tree cuttings, and cigar plant cuttings.

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago






    Wonderful lists, Ladies!
    Could someone offer some help on rooting cuttings? I suck at it, unless they root easily in water. :(

    Theresa

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Hi Everyone- I am new to the tropical forum & would love to share what I have as well as receive some new plants.. I have never participated in a Round Robin swap- can someone please tell me how it's done? I see others' lists- does one ship all they list, or is that just a sampling of what's available? I'm a brug addict- does anyone have brugs to offer as well? I would love to join in! I hope I'm not out of line here.... any info would be much appreciated!
    kasha77

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Hi Kasha77!

    Everyone is welcome here! We swap tropicals, perennials, houseplants, everything really. Sort of an informal group.
    Usually you just let your partner know what you really want from their list and they send you a box full!!!

    Theresa

    Really depends on what sort of cuttings, I root 'woodies' (roses, shrubs, vines) at this time of year, in ziplocks or soda bottles half filled with potting soil. I usually bury these in the vegetable garden at the end of the season and then ignore them until spring, other than just check to see if they need water once in a while.

    I am sure someone will chime in with more tips. There are amny different methods and everyone has a fave.

    Gotta get back to work! Its raining, ho hum....

    Have a great day everyone

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Thank, Frances! Guess I just gotta keep on keepin' on! If at first you don't succeed......LOL

    Kasha, First off, Welcome!
    Ann is our hostess, for this swap. She will pick one person to send stuff to you & you will have one person to send to, based on our haves & wants lists.See the first post for deadlines. Side trades are OK too. You could email someone to agree to a trade.
    List your have list and your want list here ASAP.
    Hope this helps.
    BTW- I'll have a few brugs!!!LOL
    Theresa

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Hi friends,
    I am sorry to say that I am going to have to pass on this swap. I'm bummed! It's just starting to get cooler here and I have a lot of stuff to do to get ready for winter. I thought that I'd be able to pull this off too, but it's just not going to work out. I'm so not ready for winter to be here!!! :-( My plants all look so wonderful right now and I just hate to have to bring them in. I envy you who live in warm climates!!! You don't even know. My back is killing me right now. I've been working on hauling in and washing plants all day...ugh, what a chore!!! Good thing I only have to do it once a year. But I'll be working on it more tomorrow and (hopefully) finishing up next weekend. Also have lots of harvesting to do...etc. you know how it is.

    Have fun and I'll talk to you all later!
    Amy

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Amy,
    I totally understand how you feel. I felt like that when I posted that I was done for the year with plant swapping. I spent countless hours cleaning, repotting and carrying them in. ;) But, I'm ready to swap ONE more time before it turns too chilly.

    Count me in! I've recouperated from repotting!

    My last plant swap for the season, LOL!

    My wants- african violets, streptocarpus, streptocarpella (any gessie). Any neat basket plant, bird's nest fern, small compact fern, variegated stuff.

    No outdoor plants please. Things are starting to go dormant already, leaves changed on the trees already.

    What I have-
    Streptocarpus cuttings/segments all NAMED varieties
    African violet leaves named varieties (I finally ordered some named av's yay!)

    Red hens and chick

    pregnant onion bulbs/plant starts

    Gorgeous silver/purple wandering jew cuttings
    Tiny wandering jew cuttings

    Optunia cactus pads/unrooted

    Jade cuttings
    baby jade cuttings (mini jade)

    Autumn joy sedum cuttings
    Unknown sedum 'dusty pink' cuttings both root directly in soil.

    Variegated sedum cuttings

    Burrows tail cuttings

    Cuttings from- hedge roses "Jackson & Perkins" light pink/dark pink (very spiny).

    Hugs,
    Deb

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    I looked out my window yesterday and this is what I saw!
    So excited I ran to get my camera
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    I thought he would run away, but he stayed long enough for me to get a few photos!


    {{gwi:561634}}
    I have never seen a lizzard since we moved here!

    So cute!

    I would add to my list
    Hawarthia
    Jade (common)

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Aww Frances your lizard is cute I thought you had a couple I was looking at the pictures wrong!

    Amy we will miss you this swap!

    Welcome Kasha make yourself at home ...can't wait to see your list!

    Deb I'm so glad you couldn't stay away!

    I'm a foosball widow today hahahaha

    heather

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    :O Thanks Heather!
    he (she) is a real cutie! I just love lizards and toads too (so much less intimidating than snakes) I know snakes are good...... but around here they are so darned BIG! and some of them are poisonous too!

    Deb
    I am coveting your rose cuttings! I am hoping you will consider a side trade if we are not partnered! I have become a big rose fan lately.... I will consider any hardy rose cuttings. (GRRRRRR on the lady Banks, who told me this was easy to root? if anyone would like cuttings of the white LB, PLMK, I cannot root it, maybe you can)

    I am really interested in heirloom rose cuttings, climbers, ramblers and shrubs.

    Hey Amy! sorry you cannot play, do understand though. I am so busy lately I am sure Fall is going to hit me like a ton of bricks when it comes!

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Hi everybody,
    After carefull consideration of whats happened in my life the last week or so, I have come to realize that I too need to get myself out of this swap. I am so sorry, the time I did spend with you was fun. Nothing major or life threatening but life Pitching faster then I can catch.

    Thank you for allowing me to join.

    Hugs, Carmen

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Hi - Hey,I would like to get in on this R.R..
    It sounds like great fun!!! I will have get my lists together.
    I love the pictures and the lists everyone
    has are GREAT!!!!
    I know - I have these :
    tropical canna
    brugs
    plumeria
    snail vine
    shrimp plant
    philos vines with the big leaves
    big crinum bulbs
    costus barbados
    bulbine fructescens
    angel wing begonia
    large flowering hibiscus and probably some
    I am forgetting. I will hurry and get the lists
    all together. I don't want to miss out on this swap!
    Plus, I may have time to root some other stuff for
    this swap. I do hope Barb is okay. She is such a sweet person.
    She hosted an r.r. that I participated in.
    I really like her. Okay, well I better get busy!!!!
    Thank you. tina_2

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Frances, Your lizard is so cute!!!
    Deb, glad you can swap after all:)
    Carmen & Amy, so sorry you can't swap :(
    Welcome, Tina!

    Theresa

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Here is the newly updated list, as of Monday morning:

    threas (Theresa)
    restec (Nancy)
    divaheather (Heather)
    dimples31312 (Dorothy)
    bigmama4ever (Norma)
    dcarpenter (Darlene)
    fcoffill (Frances)
    Anninthegarden (Ann)
    Kasha77 (Kathy?)
    Tina_2 (Tina?)
    Debbya (Deb)

    Welcome to the new swappers, Tina and Kathy (did I get the names right?) and welcome back, Deb! A few people had to drop out due to Life getting in the way of gardening! We currently have an odd number of swappers, if I've listed everyone who wants to participate correctly. We do need one more person to make the swap work out, so if somebody knows someone who needs more plants and has extras to share (and who doesn't?) get them to sign up! I've posted about this swap on the Brug forum last week, (Kasha77, is that where you came from?)
    I'd like to stick w/ the original date of having partners assigned by the 2nd of October, so as long as we have some kind of even number before then, all will be well!

    Gettin' chilly here! Bringing in plants! Also changing light bulbs in shop light fixtures in my basement growing area! Gonna dip into upper 30's (UPPER 30's, mind you, but once you reach that point, it's almost over, you know?) overnight one night this week! I'm planning on bringing almost everything in over the next few days. How's everybody else doing where the weather is starting to change?

    -Ann

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    We had some severe storms last night that brought in Fall quickly, with in minutes! We dropped close to 30* brrr, it was close to 80*! Today it's high 50*, low 40*
    I'm not ready for such a quick change! ;)

    I've hosted swaps with an uneven number of people- this is how it would be set up...example only.

    Threas (Theresa) sends to
    restec (Nancy) sends to
    divaheather (Heather) sends to
    dimples31312 (Dorothy) sends to
    bigmama4ever (Norma) sends to
    dcarpenter (Darlene) sends to
    fcoffill (Frances) sends to
    Anninthegarden (Ann) sends to
    Kasha77 (Kathy?) sends to
    Tina_2 (Tina?) sends to
    Debbya (Deb) sends to Theres!

    Hugs,
    Deb

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Giving this a little bump, we were on the bottom.

    Hugs,
    Deb

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Hi Ladies and Laddies--wait, do we have any lads this time around?

    Don't see any. . . .

    Okay, I'm starting to try to pull things together here. If you have any last-minute additions, requests, wants, needs, gotta-haves--now would be the time to speak up!

    We've got some terrific lists and pictures! If you haven't yet posted a list, please do so now!

    Gulp. Last night I turned the furnace on for the first time! Time is running short!

    -Ann

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Hi Everyone - Here's my want list:

    Most anything tropical or variegated and fragrant!!!!!!!

    any Banana plants

    Hoya vines

    fragrant jasmine vine

    Chocolate vine

    any sweet potato vine /ipomoea batatas

    Coral vine/ antigonon leptopus

    Thunbergia Mysorensis / Clock vine or any

    plumerias

    Persicaria plants

    Iron Cross Oxalis plants

    cyclamen

    ****** Really want - Oak leaf Hydrangea ******

    Brugmansias

    banana shrub/ michelia figo shrub?

    ornamental grasses- pink pampas, african, mexican
    feather, hakone, asian types, etc......

    gingers - would love to get these plants: reds ,pinks, and
    blue.

    Really Want - Heliconia Rostrata plants, they are so
    awesome looking!
    large and mammoth type e.e.'s - like black, variegated and unusual looking
    lilies

    Agapanthus

    Artemesia

    bleeding heart vine

    hibiscus - especially variegated


    Caesalpinia mexicana /plumed prince, the"false> Mexican B. of P.
    hardy begonias/ dragon or angel wing

    clerodendrum vine

    ti plant

    monstera delisioso/ mexican breadfruit vine


    philodendron "vines only> / especially variegated types

    thunbergia grandiflora/ sky vine

    coral vine / antigonon leptopus

    cyclamen

    Did I say anything tropical????
    I am still finding plants I like so ..... surprise me!

    My have list :
    tropical canna
    brugs
    plumeria
    snail vine
    shrimp plant
    philos vines with the big leaves
    big crinum bulbs
    costus barbados
    bulbine fructescens
    large flowering hibiscus.
    Thank you. tina_2

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    I have a few more wants:
    monstera deliciosa variegata
    cajun hibiscus
    plumeria
    orchids
    blood lily
    football mums

    I have a few more haves:
    white or pink mandevillea cuttings
    princess flower cuttings
    cast iron plant

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    By the way, thanks, Deb for pointing out that we don't need an even number of people for the swap to work. I guess I was thinking about swapping with paired partners, but that isn't how this works!
    How's everyone doing? Ready?

    -Ann

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Hi Annie - I am ready!!! Can't wait, this will be my last trade until spring..... I think!!!lol
    Hoping to hear from you soon. Thank you. tina_2

  • 14 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    don't pair me up Im passing this time sorry!

  • 14 years ago
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    divahethr, sorry to see you drop out. Hope everything is OK with you.

    Glad we have some new swappers this time around.

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    Morning, everyone!

    I'm working on the list. Just realized that Kathy (Kasha77) has not yet sent a list--just emailed her to see if she's still interested. Anybody in contact with her? Gonna post partners asap!
    Frost on the neighbor's roof this morning. Wait, was it summer already? I want a do-over!

    -Ann

  • 14 years ago
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    Hi y'all,

    Count me in this one!!!! I missed the last tropical swap...I was out of town all of Sept. on job training, but I'm back home and ready to swap!!!

    I'll gather my lists and post them today! Ann, I'll also email my lists to you.

    Sorry Barb had to leave and to hear of others dropping out. A warm welcome to all new swappers in this round!

    Thanks for hosting Ann!
    Chell

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    Okay, here's a quick run down of my haves... I'm sure I'll find other stuff for my partner's box by mailing time too.

    Hostas
    Variegated Spider plants
    Hibiscus
    Snake plant
    Arrow Vine-green (Nephtitis)
    Chinese Evergreen
    Mandarin babies
    Plumeria (older seedling)

    Philo vine 'Blushing' (rooted cutting)
    Coleus asst'd cuttings (rooted)
    Basket Plant (rooted cuttings)
    Potato Vine 'Blackie' (rooted cuttings)

    Wants:
    Brugs
    Anthuriums
    Plumeria
    Frangipani Vine (cuttings or seeds)
    Gingers
    Zebra Plant
    Orchids (have Phals)
    Begonias (any)
    Allamanda (esp.'Cherries Jubilee')
    Hoyas

    I am also open for side trades if anyone is interested!

    Chell

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    HYA Chell!!!!

    Welcome home! Happy to hear your plants survived while you were off to school!

    I am so ready for my partner! I am starting to get the evil eye for keeping all these cuttings I have been rooting!

    :O

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    Hi & welcome, Chell!

    Theresa

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    Hi Frances & Theresa,

    Yep, glad to be home...grooming school was fun and now I'm working full time which doesn't leave as much spare time for gardening, but hey at least there's a paycheck involved, LOL. Did miss some blooms while gone but everything survived my absence well, including the weeds!!

    I got to visit quite a few nurseries while staying near Dallas and found lots of summer plants on clearance (should have some to share come Spring!)

    I sure did miss the swap, but glad to be back aboard!
    You ladies have a great evening!
    Chell

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    I thought of a few more wants- Philo pink princess, or any pink philo/variegated.

    Variegated monstera! ;)

    Hugs,
    Deb

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    Good morning!

    Welcome, Chell! You just barely made it! Hooray!

    Kathy (Kasha77) has decided not to join us this time.

    I'm going to be posting partners this morning, and I'll start a new thread when I do. At this point, I'm ready to close the swap to any newcomers, unless they happen to show up in the next hour!

    -Ann

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    OH HOOORRAAAHHHHH!!!!!!

    Partners! Can't wait!

    Frances

  • 14 years ago
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    Whats up peeps! Oh how I missed you all! Chell happy happy to see you back... Good to see your new profession... I hope no poop hangers like my Yorkie poo and Maltese...hahhah I am cracking up..:) I need to shave them... big cracking up......hahahhah

    I wished I could have joined life sometimes gets in the way.... Big time! Smiling now I think hahahh Gotta look in a mirror.... Cracking up again... At least I am laughing again.... I miss all of you alot you all will never know how much! Peace and quiet is good for me though hahahha I talk too much.... Hahahhah

    Well wanted to send smiles out to you all my friends! Love you all... Ps always send a smile hahahah Barb

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    BARB!!!!!!!!!!!!!Good things happen to good people God just tests us sometimes LOve you long time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!I missed you Barb!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Hey Barb glad to see you back!
    Hugs
    Dorothy

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    Hi Barb!!!!!

    .....for a bit there I thought we lost you on the forum, so glad to see ya back!!!

    yep, we have the poop hangers... and the biters, chewers, anal gland sprayers (eeewwwww!!!.. they're the worst,LOL!)
    Twice so far I've had male dogs fall in love with my arm(if ya know what I mean...yuck! get a girfriend! LOL)
    Otherwise its a fun job..never a dull moment!

    Again, glad you're back in the neighborhood..stick around this time, huh. Remember, we're always here for ya when times get tough. Besides, once you're in the 'hood you're in for good.....you can check out occassionally, but you can never leave!! (LOL)

    luv ya!

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    Hi Ya girls... Thanks for the smiles and laughs Chell you are too funny.... One of my birds conure passed away last night.. Very sad today... Ay least he is not stuck in a cage anymore.... I have one left now... I told al no more birds...... Hope you all are having a restful sunday... Time to pull pond pumps for the season... 32 for our low tonight... I have a feeling it is going to be a cold winter..Brr Hugs and stay warm girls.....Barb