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ocklawaha, FL
(Zone 9a)

January 21, 2012
1:50 PM

Post #8976775

We just moved to Ocala Florida area and I am looking for Ylang Ylang,Pakalana vine or Tonkin cuepeo, Plumeria,Michelia Champaca,Fragrant Ixora Odorada,Tahian Gardenia Tiare or Gardenia tatenquse,Fragea Fragens,Iochroma cynaneum, Leptodermis oblonga,Lady of night Brunfesia americana,Easter lily vine ( Beaumontia), Gardenias veitchii,remyi,tiare,jasmoide and Chuck Hayes,Jasmines nudiflorum,confederate star, and any other highly fragrant plants. Does anyone know if Viola Ordorada can be grown here. Also looking for various cactus and unusual plants for inside and out. some I had years ago were ponytail, Rosary plant, spider plant that I had in my house hanging. Any places I can order from or members offering to sell or give away would be great, I will see what is in the new home we bought and list cuttings etc for members to have it may take me a couple weeks to list as we have to shop for furniture.
Thanks Cathy Anderson


central, NJ
(Zone 6b)

March 1, 2012
6:15 AM

Post #9025597

Did you check the DG marketplace?

also the trade lists

and then you can always attend a plant swap in your area(they are called Round Ups here on DG)
Lee's Summit, MO
(Zone 6a)

July 18, 2012
5:11 AM

Post #9209802

Take a walk in your neighborhood and look at what your neighbors are growing. They will be happy to meet you and share plants and cuttings.


Middle of, VA
(Zone 7a)

July 19, 2012
8:49 PM

Post #9212011

Your local big box store may carry many of those as well. Kay what has your exp been? I know when I was sadly down last Aug for my grandmothers funeral - I found for diff plants that I'd typically have to mail order for $3 a piece at a FL Walmart
Dublin, CA
(Zone 9a)

July 19, 2012
9:06 PM

Post #9212021

I know this is an old-ish thread and I don't know if cathy56 is still following it, but I'd do some homework on some of those--I'm not super familiar with the different areas of FL, but if Ocala is really in zone 9a a few of those plants may have trouble with the winters unless they're brought indoors or put in a greenhouse.
Lee's Summit, MO
(Zone 6a)

July 20, 2012
3:50 AM

Post #9212109

Yes - most of those she's listed won't live through the winter in zone 9a - she will need a greenhouse or heatable garage to grow them.

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