Syrumani set up the stickys for the African Violet forum, and did such a great job, I will quote her:
QUOTE: I think we should keep the rules for posting simple:
1. One post per member
2. No chatting. This way, it will cut down on browsing time to find the actual list for each member . . . does that make sense? Each member can go and edit their post as many times as they'd like. Does everyone agree? If so, post your lists, everyone!
Haves: http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/53971/ big pups obtained from tropical swap long ago, now I have too many
Mexican ruella purple and pink
Sanseveria Tall Varigated
Brugsmansia assorted singles
jewels of opar plants
varigated agave plant 1 left
Wants: we will try this again:
white varigated bouganvilla
white mexican ruella
fancy cajun hibiscus not red
Mickey mouse Colocasia
elephant ears that get BIG
any Caudex plant except desert rose or morning glory
Birds Nest Anthurium
String of Pearls (mine died)
queens wreath ( someone sent some, we will see if I can make it go)
Verbascum any kind
fern 'Aglaomorpha coronans'
Furcraea fortida mediopicta
Cestrum - red.. got one
fern 'Microsorum longifolia'
Colocasia Borneo Giant
Merremia tuberosa aka wood rose
Mina lobata aka Exotic Love Vine
Norantea guianensis aka Red Hot Poker Vine aka red popcorn vine
Strongylodon macrobotrys -jade vines - both red and green
Passiflora manicata 'Linda Escobar' (or any other than the common ones)
Rivea corymbosa - sacred morning glory
Solandara maxima CUP OF GOLD VINE (got - thanks, Deb!)
Thunbergia gibsonii ORANGE CLOCK VINE
Acanthus mollis 'Tasmanian Angel' (or any)
I will save a spot as well. I will have to wait and see what makes it out of the greenhouse after this winter. We had a lot of cold days and I keep it minimally heated lol. I think I have probably lost a lot of bananas and tropical hibiscus grrr. Hopefully they will return. from the roots/corms.
I am also starting a ton of new stuff from seeds so will see how that goes.
Begonia - cuttings of 'Looking Glass' also 'Odorata Alba' fragrant, very large, and 'Don Miller' cuttings
Canna, a tall NOID with plain blue/green leaves and delicate soft orange flowers. Very vigorous!
Daylily, medium height red with gold throats, in bloom already (early April) and re-blooms all summer here! Multiplies well, too.
Louisiana Iris 'Black Gamecock' - does well in wet areas, and around ponds.
Brugmansias - cuttings of 'Monster White', Cherub, and several starts of Charles Grimaldi well rooted in pots.
Heliconia 'Lobster Claw'
Loquat seedlings from my neighbor's tree with delicious small fruit, courtesy of the birds and squirrels. Well rooted in starter mix.
Achimenes, purple and also white flowered variety.
EE's - Colocasia 'Blue Hawaii' starts bare-root with good tubers and one or more leaves.
I want every plant but need to wait for spring to accept anything in trade. I'll gladly send plants now in trade for things you will have in springtime (March-ish) or for postage.
Sadly, I don't have room for anything more just now.
Keep checking back as this will change constantly:
I would prefer rooted cuttings as mine will be rooted, thanks.
We have just moved (1-1-12) and I have a huge 4 acre yard that I can plant tons of things in, plus another 96 acres.
Any perennial for Zone 8b (I have lots of plants that I can share cuttings of or root for you)
Nemantanthus - except Tropicana, black gold, flumeninsis
PLEASE NOTE...some of these are hard to find or expensive plants...I would like to trade for the same type of plant (ex. brome for brome) or like value. Thanks
Thunbergia grandiflora - Blue and White (white will be limited it's not that big ) also these will be later
Passion flower lady margaret
Passion Flower vitifolia
I'll update with some other passi's when they get big enough again to take cuttings from.
Dancing Bones Cactus
Brug. Milk N Honey in late fall when I cut it back to take inside.
Brug Ecuador Pink same as above.
Aristolochia trilobata - Dutchman's Pipevine
Aristolochia fimbriata - White Veined Pipevine
Bignonia capreolata- Cross Vine, Tangerine Beauty
Acanthus mollis 'Tasmanian Angel
Begonia's like Black taffeta, Metallic Mist
Not making trades til closer to spring
night blooming jasmine
epiphyllum I'll get some cuttings started and then post names
canna mostly started from seeds some named some NOID
portea petropolitana or any portea
spotted cannas seeds or rhizomes
sicilian honey garlic (Nectaroscordum, allium bulgaricum)
I'm always interested in more plants! I'm willing to trade with or buy from anyone here. Feel free to message me, everything I have for trade would be in the form of cuttings or small plants. I'll try to update this regularly.
"Frost Proof" Gardenia
Coleus (many different varieties)
If you want to put your lists on this sticky, please do it soon - NOW is the only time we will be able to send and receive packages in FLORIDA - in another month, it will be too hot - I think we could all make some wishes come true, IF we have our lists posted!!!
Adonidia merrillii CHRISTMAS TREE PALMS- 3 DOUBLES, 2 TRIPLES
Thrinax Radiata – Thatch Palm
Hyophorbe lagenicaulis- BOTTLE PALM-1
Cocos nucifera - MaypanCOCONUT PALMS –2
Coccothrinax crinita OLD MAN PALM
Coccothrinax borhidiana - ENDANGERED CUBAN PALM
Coccothrinax miraguama- 2
Codiaeum variegatum- 7 MAROON & YELLOW CROTONS- Petra, corkscrew, curly & batik
Codiaeum variegatum “gold dust”GREEN AND YELLOW CROTONS IN POTS
Adenium obesum- DESERT ROSE IN POTS- 1 PINK, 1 RED
Euphorbia splendens or E. milii- 3-CROWN OF THORNS IN POTS
PORTLANDIA GRANDIFLORA IN POT
Pseudophoenix sargentii BUCCANEER PALMS- 5
Chamaerops humilis 'cerifera'(SILVER EUROPEAN FAN PALM)-2
Aloysia virgata- sweet almond in pot
AGLAIA ODORATA- Chinese Perfume tree in planter
WEST SIDE BACK:
Capparis cynophallophora- Jamaica Caper
Plumeria- 5 years old- do not know name
Adonidia merrillii CHRISTMAS TREE PALMS- 3 TRIPLES; 1 single
Ptychosperma elegans – Alexander palm- triple
Guaiacum sanctum- Lignum Vitae- 2
Rhapis multifida- finger palm
Strelitzia Nicolai- white bird of paradise
Cassia javanica- pink cassia
Alcantarea Odoroata Bromeliad-2
Tillandsia- several assorted attached to Lignum Vitae trees
Myrcianthes fragrans -Simpsons Stopper
Polysicas- Ming Aralia
Chamaedorea Seifrizii- Bamboo Palm
WEST SIDE FRONT:
Adonidia merrillii – double
Strelitzia Nicolai- white bird of paradise
Wodyetia bifurcate- Foxtail Palm
Rhapis excelsa_Lady Palm
Thrinax Radiata – Thatch Palm- double
Malpighia glabra- Barbados Cherry
Platycerium- 2 staghorn ferns- 1 with many assorted varieties on one plant
Plumeria- large- 5 years old- do not know name
Filicium decipiens – Japanese Fern Tree
Platycerium- LARGE staghorn fern- 2
Orchids- 2 Ascocendas, 2 Brassavola Nodosa(Lady of the Night), several assorted others
Plumeria tree- LARGE-18’ tall, 20’ spread, white, yellow center, pink back, noid
Wodyetia bifurcate- Foxtail Palm-3
Zephyranthes – many assorted
Euphorbia splendens- crown of thorns
Stemmadenia littoralis- Milky Way tree- 2 in ground; 1 in pot
Wodyetia bifurcate- Foxtail Palm- 2
Bismarckia nobilis 'Silver SelectTM- Bismark Palm
Calliandra haematocephala- powderpuff bush- 3
Callistemon rigidus- Bottle Brush tree
Acalypha hispida- Chenille Plant(red hot cat tail)
Rhapis excelsa_-Lady Palm
Brunfelsia Americana- lady of the night-3
Osmanthus fragrans Fudingzhu
Osmanthus fragrans aurantiacus
Aloysia virgata- sweet almond-2
Adonidia merrillii- double
Phoenix roebelenii – palm-triple
Pseudophoenix sargentii BUCCANEER PALM-2
Plumeria HUGE tree- 18’ tall 20’ spread
Adenium obesum- huge pink in ground; small pink and a red-3
Dypsis cabadae- Cabada Palm
Dictyosperma album- Princess Hurricane Palm
Guaiacum officinale- Lignum Vitae
AGLAIA ODORATA- Chinese Perfume tree in planter
Murraya paniculata – orange jasmine
Beaucarnea recurvata – ponytail palm, elephant’s foot- large, in ground
Dypsis lutescens – Areca Palm clump
Polyscias scutellaria- shield/dinner plant Aralia
Bromeliads- Neoregelia ROYAL BURGUNDY, Aechmea BLUE TANGO, Aechmea LOIE'S PRIDE, Aechmea HARVEYS PRIDE
Banana plants-6( all from ‘Going Bananas’ in Homestead FL. Beautiful plants and nicest people you could ever hope to meet.
Spondia purpurea cutting trying to root(red fruit tastes like fruit punch)
1. Name Unknown- Large tree 15-18’ high with spread 18-22’. White flowers with yellow center pale pink blush on back, fragrant.
2. 2 small plants with lost name tags. One 3 tip, one 2 tip.Until they bloom, I have no clue. Most likely they are either Celadine, intense rainbow, India, or Princess Victoria
3. Aztec Gold
4. Bali Whirl
5. Black Purple
6. California Sally
7. Chocko Delight
8. Chompoo Paan
9. Cindy Schmidt
10. Compacta Peach
11. Cooktown Sunset
15. Essie’s Fantasy
18. Gina or Gena
19. Gladys “k” Brandt
20. Gold Coast Peach
21. Golden Pagoda
22. Grove Farm
23. Guillots Sunset
25. Heart of Gold
27. J.L. Hula Girl
28. J. L. Pink Pansy
29. Kaneohe Sunburst
30. Key West Pink
33. Lava Flow
34. Lemon Drop-Thorntons
35. Lilac CLouds
37. Lutea Aurea
38. Madame Poni
39. Makaha Sunn
40. Mardis Gras
41. Mary Helen Eggenberger
42. Mary Moragne
43. Mele Pa Bauman
44. Miracle Pink
45. Mr. Ambassador
46. Muang Bedjapan
47. Muang Oncarek
48. Musk Rainbow
50. Orange Sherbert
51. Orange Slendour
52. Penang Peach
53. Pink Lemonade
54. Pinwheel Rainbow
55. Plastic Pink
56. Plumeria Pudica
57. Polynesian Sunset
58. Ryann Chelsey
59. Salmon Pink
60. San Germain
61. Singapore white
62. Singapore Pink dwarf
63. Solar Flare
64. Star Ruby
65. Sunburst Glory
66. Thai Pinwheel
67. Vera Cruz Rose
69. THAI SEEDLING 11”-A
70. THAI SEEDLING 12.5”-B
71. THAI SEEDLING 11.5”-C
72. THAI SEEDLING 13”-D
73. THAI SEEDLING 11”-E
74. THAI SEEDLING 13”-F
75. THAI SEEDLING 10”-G
Plumeria’s cuttings collected, name unknown: Began rooting 7/ 2011
110th Street Magenta /Red-cutting-CLASSIC PLUMERIA VANILLA FRAGRANCE;
111th Street white with yellow center- lemony fragrance-;
111th Street Magenta or light red with yellow center ; nice fragrance
Porpoise Drive-Extremely fragrant large white, exquisite fragrance- like Gardenia;
Porpoise Drive- Yellow, orange center rooted cutting-probably Aztec Gold or seedling of it
Porpoise Drive- Hot pink, classic Plumeria fragrance;
15th St Ocean yellow;
15th St. Ocean white with large orange center;
116th Street Ocean Orange;
116th Ave. Ocean pale pink, lots of blooms on each stalk, light, funky fragrance;
Porgy compact tree, vivid rainbow pinwheel; huge 4 tip cutting
Stirrup Key Woods large yellow and white, very fragrant;
F H pink, (2)gorgeous true pink with the most amazing Gardenia fragrance, strongest fragrance of any
F H light pink with huge overlapping petals
4th Ave. Ocean Dorothy’s Pink
Kauka Wilder huge cutting- 4 tips KFC
NOTE: I have lots of Lignum Vitae seedlings. They should be decent size by spring of 2012. Some are around 6-7" tall now but I want them to have a good root system to be able to sustain the transplant into larger pots. I have a new back coming up now under the mother trees so by next spring, if all goes well I will have hundreds.
I can always use more Rain Lillies
Anything fragrant or colorful that I don't already have.
I have plenty of dinner plate Aralia cutting or I can root them. The soft wood roots by just sticking it in the ground, no Rootone needed but it helps them root faster. Dip n' Grow works even better.
I have lots of Staghorn pups, my Staghorns are BIG
much thanks for posters in tropical plants!!!
im looking for bananas.. musa kandrian.. and musa saba.. really would like big pups..and
very happy to pay what is needed for packing and shipping :)
much thanks.. and jealous of u all in the south.. lol still winter here.. sigh
I have two tiny Queen Victoria Agaves for postage. They are small enough that each could probably fit into a bubble envelope so the postage should be reasonable. They came from a propagation class I took at Plant Delights last summer. These are seedlings. The pots are 3" so you can tell how small they are.
looking for a friend
swamp taro..cyrtosperma chamissonis..or cyrtosperma merkusii
i dont know what she has as plants to trade..but i have
canna musafolia,saba pups,thai giant pups
also if anyone knows of source of "swamp taro"
would appreciate email..