Fall Round Robin Seed Swap 2013 - Haves and Wants

Greensboro, NC(Zone 7b)

As Requested, this is the Haves and Wants list for the 2013 Fall Round Robin.

The Fall Round Robin Interest thread is here:

http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/t/1336761/

Do we also need a chat thread? No, I guess that comes when the Robin itself is in the air. Let's try to keep it orderly. Remember to avoid confusion and frustration as much as possible. Makes my head hurt less.

xox

p.s. Pictured below is the Echinops ritro I grew from seed last year. They bloomed for the first time this spring and I LOVED them. Even the dried seed heads were pretty in and among the other bloomers. Rudbeckia triloba in the background.


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Holly Springs, NC(Zone 7b)

I'll add more later!

HAVES
Burgundy Hollyhock
Nigra (black) Hollyhock
Asclepias tuberosa
Blue Lace Flower

WANTS
Perennial Groundcovers

Greensboro, NC(Zone 7b)

I'll reserve a place for me, myself, and thigh:


Haves:

Agastache sp.
Beefsteak Plant (Perilla sp.)
Bottlebrush (Callistemon citrinus)
Candy lily (?!) (Pardancanda sp.)
Castor Bean (Ricinus communis) 'New Zealand Purple'
Cosmos sp. orange flower/Klondike?
Echinacea 'White Swan'
Eupatorium rugosum 'Chocolate'
Gaillardia 'Burgundy'
Globe Thistle (Echinops ritro)
Impatiens balsamina (hot pink)
Ironweed (Vernonia sp)
Milkweed, Common (Asclepias syriaca)
Milkweed, Swan Plant (Asclepias physocarpus)
Milkweed, Tropical (Asclepias curassavica)
Pineapple Sage (Salvia elegans)
Red Texas Star Hibiscus (Hibiscus coccineus)
Rudbeckia hirta sp.
Rudbeckia hirta 'Prairie Sun'
Rudbeckia nitida
Rudbeckia triloba
Salvia 'Coral Nymph'
Salvia 'Snow Nymph'
Salvia coccinea
Solidago (several species)
Spanish Flag (Ipomoea lobata)
Sunset Hibiscus (Abelmoschus manihot)
Mexican Sunflower 'Torch' (Tithonia sp)
Verbena bonariensis
West Texas Mistflower (Conoclinium greggii)


Wants:

PINK flowering tall sun/part sun
Green chrysanthemum!!!
A pony


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Iowa City, IA(Zone 5a)


have:
Eschscholzia californica Peaches and Cream
Asclepias incarnata Rose
Filipendula rubra
Dragon Tongue beans
Ceratostigma plumbaginoides

want:
Tithonia
scabious Zinnia
Matthiola incana
Violas

Read more: http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/t/1336761/#ixzz2hMwiGfJ6

Arroyo Grande, CA(Zone 9a)

Have (all 2013 seed unless noted):
Leonurus cardica "Motherwort"
Helianthus annuus "Mongolian Giant"
Leonotis "Perennial Lion's Ear"
Leonotis "Annual Lion's Tail"
Thunbergia alata "mix colors"
Gaillardia grandiflora "dwarf yellow"
Aloe maculata
Asclepias curassavica "orange/yellow"
Asclepias curassavica "Apollo yellow"
Foeniculam vulgare "Bronze fennel"
Gladiolus "common glads, unknown color"
Mirabilis jalapa "Pink Four O'clocks"

Have:
Echium (any)
Drought tolerant / deer resistant





Blue lace flower
Impatiens balfourii




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Greensboro, NC(Zone 7b)

Great lists!

Dee, I had a pet snail. Her name was Daisy. Oh, like underwater ballet gliding along with her billowy tentacles waving in the current. Magical. ;)

I should have more MWs to share. I will list when they dry.

Austin, TX(Zone 8b)

ŁazŁo will mark packets for these folks :


AmandaEsq - Giant Pink Hollyhock (singles, 7-8 ft tall), Tall darker pink double hollyhocks (5-6 ft)

Domehomedee - Pride of Barbados, Leonotis menthifolia (you must be a real fan of the genus!), Eucomis 'Kilimanjaro'

evelyn_inthegarden - Blue Pea Vine

iowhen - Amsonia seeds (more than one type)

lanakila - wild morning glory (aka field bindweed) while not a perennial it will freely reseed itself and return spring after spring for you, making a wonderful leafy carpet with gorgeous blue blossoms from spring until fall.

Mipii - Sweet Shrub

Pfg - Lobelia Crystal Palace, Russell series Lupines, Genovese Basil

poisondartfrog - Tithonia, Senna alata

warriorswisdomkathy - Blue Pea Vine, Giant Pink Hollyhock, Wild Morning Glory



ŁazŁo has :


Alamo Vine ~ Merremia dissecta, syn: Ipomoea sinuata : 3 packets of 5 seeds
Amaranth, Edible Red Leaf ~ Amaranthus tricolor : 1 packet, < = 1/8 tsp. seeds
Amaranth, Love Lies Bleeding ~ Amaranthus caudatus : 3 packets of 1/8 tsp. seeds
Amaranth, pink ~ Amaranthus : 2 packets of 1/8 tsp. seeds
Amaryllis, Red / Barbados Lily ~ Hippeastrum x 'Pamela' : 2 packets of 12 seeds (min.)
Barbados Cherry ~ Acerola : 5 packets of 6 seeds
Beautyberry, Purple ~ Callicarpa dichotoma : 3 packets of 6 seeds
Bishop's Cap / Two-leaf Miterwort ~ Mitella diphylla : 3 packets of 20 seeds (min.)
Blackberry Lily ~ Belamcanda chinensis 'Freckle Face' : 15 packets of 24 seeds (min.)
Black Cohosh ~ Cimicifuga racemosa : 6 packets of 1/8 tsp. seeds
Blue Pea Vine ~ Clitorea ternatea : 6 packets of 12 seeds (min.)
Blue Star, Arkansas Bluebell~ Amsonia hubrichtii : 3 packets of 12 seeds (min.)
Blue Star, Eastern ~ Amsonia tabermontana : 1 packet of 20 seeds (min.)
Broom Corn ~ Sorghum bicolor : 2 packets of 12 seeds
Bush Morning Glory, lavender blooming ~ Ipomoea caernea : 15 packets of 24 seeds (min.)
Candle Bush ~ Senna alata : 3 packets of 12 seeds
Canna Lily, peachy orange NoID~ Canna x generalis : 15 packets of 6 seeds
Canna Lily, red ~ Canna x generalis 'Black Knight' : 15 packets of 6 seeds
Canna Lily, tall red ~ Canna x generalis : 2 packets of 6 seeds
Canna Lily, yellow ~ Canna x generalis 'Cleopatra' : 1 packet of 5 seeds
Clammy-Weed ~ Polanisia dodecandra : 2 packets of 1/8 tsp.
Coral Bells / Alum Root ~ Heuchera micrantha 'Palace Purple' : 6 packets of 1/8 tsp.
Coral Bells / Alum Root ~ Heuchera sanguinea 'Vivid' : 1 packet, < = 1/8 tsp.
Coral Tree ~ Erythrina arborescens : 1 packet of 2 seeds
Cruel Vine ~ Aravjia sericifera : 5 packets of 6 seeds
Datura ~ Datura metel 'Black Currant Swirl' : 15 packets of 24 seeds (min.)
Devil's Tobacco ~ Lobelia tupa : 1 packet < = 1/8 tsp.
Easter Lily ~ Lilium longiflorum : 15 packets of 24 seeds (min.)
Fountain Grass, black ~ Pennisetum alopecuriodes : 2 packets of 12 seeds (min.)
Fountain Grass, purple ~ Pennisetum setacum : 3 packets of 12 seeds (min.)
French Hollyhock, Zebrina ~ Malva sylvestris : 15 packets of 24 seeds (min.)
Gayfeather, Button snakeroot ~ Liatris spicata : 2 packets of 12 seeds (min.)
Golden Dewdrop ~ Duranta erecta 'Periwinkle' : 15 packets of 24 seeds (min.)
Green Bell Pepper ~ Capsicum annuum : 15 packets of 24 seeds (min.)
Green-Head Coneflower ~ Rudbeckia laciniata : 15 packets of 24 seeds (min.)
Hare's Ear ~ Bupleurum rotundifolium 'Green Gold' : 3 packets of 1/8 tsp.
Hibiscus, hardy pink ~ Hibiscus moscheutos : 15 packets of 24 seeds (min.)
Hibiscus, Edible ~ Abelmoschus manihot : 15 packets of 24 seeds (min.)
Hibiscus, Texas Star (red) ~ Hibiscus coccineus : 15 packets of 24 seeds (min.)
Honeywort, Blue Shrimp Plant ~ Cerinthe major purpurascens : 4 packets of 5 seeds
Hyacinth Bean, purple ~ Lablab purpureus/syn: Dolichos lablab : 3 packets of 4 seeds
Iron Weed ~ Vernonia fasciculata : 10 packets of 24 seeds (min.)
Kalahari Christmas Tree ~ Dichrostachys cinerea : 2 packets of 4 seeds
Kilimanjaro Pineapple Lily ~ Eucomis 'Kilimanjaro' : 15 packets of 24 seeds (min.)
Larkspur / Guardian Blue Delphinium ~ D. elatum 'Guardian Blue' : 3 packets of 12 seeds
Lion's Tail, annual / Wild Dagga ~ Leonotis leonarus : 15 packlets of 24 seeds (min.)
Lion's Tail, tender perennial ~ Leonotis menthifolia : 15 packets of 24 seeds (min.)
Lovage ~ Levisticum officinale : 2 packets of 20 seeds (min.)
Penstemon, Gulf Coast ~ Penstemon tenuis : 1 packet of < = 1/8 tsp.
Penstemon, Rocky Mountain ~ Penstemon strictus : 10 packets of 20 seeds (min.)
Pink Rain Lily ~ Zephyranthes rosea : 6 packets of 24 seeds (min.)
Poppy Mix, mixture of various Papaver somniferum and P. orientale : 15 packets of 1/8 tsp. seeds
Pride of Barbados ~ Caesalpinia pulcherrima : 15 packets of 24 seeds (min.)
Queensland Pittosporum / Cape Cheesewood ~ Pittosporum viridiflorum : 3 packets of 12 seeds
Redflower False Yucca, Red Yucca ~ Hesperaloe parviflora : 15 packets of 24 seeds (min.)
Star Anise (tree) ~ Illicium verum : 5 packets of 5 seeds
Stokes Aster, Cornflower Aster ~ Stokesia laevis 'Purple Parasol' : 2 packets of 12 seeds (min.)
Striped Squill ~ Puschkinia libanotica : 10 packets of 12 seeds (min.)
Sweet Shrub ~ Calycanthus floridusi : 10 packets of 5 seeds
Trumpet Vine, red ~ Campsis radicans 'Red Sunset' : 10 packets of 24 seeds (min.)
Turtlehead, white ~ Chelone obliqua 'Alba' : 5 packets, 20 seeds (min.)
Turtlehead, Hot Lips ~ Chelone lyonii 'Hot Lips' : 5 packets, 20 seeds (min.)
Turtlehead, red ~ Chelone obliqua : 1 packet, < = 1/8 tsp.
Wild Morning Glory, Field Bindweed ~ Calystegia sepium subsp. angulata : 15 packets of 24 seeds (min.)
Yellow Trinidad Scorpion pepper ~ Capsicum chinense 'Trinidad Scorpion Yellow' : 6 packets of 24 seeds (min.)



ŁazŁo wants :

Zone 8 hardy succulents or alpines for a rock garden getting full morning sun. Shady afternoons.


Also, any of these :


Agastache foeniculum 'Golden Jubilee'
Amaryllis ~ Hippeastrum 'Evergreen'
Amaryllis ~ Hippeastrum 'Fairy Tale'
Amaryllis ~ Hippeastrum 'Pink Floyd'
Amaryllis ~ Hippeastrum cybister 'Chico'
Amaryllis ~ Hippeastrum cybister 'Lima'
Ashwagandha ~ Withania somnifera
Auricula Primrose ~ Primula auricula 'Sirius'
Baboon Flower ~ Babiana curviscapa
Bloodflower ~ Asclepias curassavica
Blue Hibiscus ~ Alyogyne huegelii
Blue Hibiscus ~ Alyogyne huegelii 'Mood Indigo'
Blue Witch's Hat ~ Pycnostachys urticifolia
Brackenridge's Rosemallow ~ Hibiscus brackenridgei
Butterfly Bush, yellow ~ Buddleja x weyeriana 'Golden Glow"
Butterfly Bush, yellow ~ Buddleja x weyeriana 'Honeycomb'
Butterfly Weed, scarlet ~ Asclepias curassavica
Butterfly Weed, yellow ~ Asclepias curassavica 'Apollo Yellow'
Cactus-flowered Zinnia ~ Zinnia elegans
Cherokee Bean ~ Erythrina herbacea
Cherry Brandy ~ Rudbeckia hirta 'Cherry Brandy'
Chinese Magnolia Vine ~ Schisandra chinensis
Chinese Magnolia Vine ~ Schisandra rubriflora
Chinese Yellow Banana ~ Musella lasiocarpa
Chocolate Cosmos ~ Cosmos atrosanguineus
Chocolate Daisy ~ Berlandiera lyrata
Coneflower, Green Envy ~ Echinacea purpurea 'Green Envy'
Coneflower - any colour but purple ~ Echinacea
Coulter's Matilija Poppy -aka- California Tree Poppy ~ Romneya coulteri
Creeping Gloxinia ~ Lophospermum erubescens
Dwarf Plumbago ~ Ceratostigma plumbaginoides
Grecian Windflower ~ Anemone coronaria 'Lord Lieutenant'
Feverfew ~ Tanacetum parthenium
Hairy Balls, Swan Plant ~ Gomphocarpus physocarpus / syn: Asclepias physocarpa
Halberd Leaved Swamp Mallow / Soldier Rose Mallow ~ Hibiscus laevis
Hardy Hibiscus ~ Hibiscus moscheutos 'Chatooga Gold'
Hardy Hibiscus ~ Hibiscus moscheutos 'Lady Baltimore'
Hardy Hibiscus ~ Hibiscus moscheutos 'Lord Baltimore'
Hardy Hibiscus ~ Hibiscus moscheutos 'Moy Grande'
Hardy Hibiscus ~ Hibiscus moscheutos 'Mighty Big Pink'
Hardy Hibiscus ~ Hibiscus moscheutos 'Party Favor'
'Hardy Hibiscus ~ Hibiscus moscheutos 'Peppermint Schnapps'
Hardy Hibiscus ~ Hibiscus moscheutos 'Pink Clouds'
Hardy Hibiscus ~ Hibiscus moscheutos 'Robert Fleming'
Hardy Hibiscus ~ Hibiscus moscheutos 'Torchy'
Hardy Hibiscus ~ Hibiscus moscheutos 'Turn of the Century'
Jupiter's Beard ~ Centranthus ruber
Lemon Yellow Rosemallow ~ Hibiscus calyphyllus
Lion's Claw ~ Leontochir ovallei
Lion's Ear, annual ~ Leonotis leonurus
Lophophora diffusa ~ any var or cultivar
Lophophora williamsii ~ any var or cultivar
Loquat ~ Eriobotrya japonica
Macaw's Tail ~ Warszewiczia coccinea
Monarch Rosemallow ~ Hibiscus radiatus
Neches River Rosemallow ~ Hibiscus dasycalyx
Orange Clockvine ~ Thunbergia gregorii
Orange Jessamine (Orange Jasmine) ~ Murraya paniculata
Oxblood Lily ~ Rhodophiala bifida
Pretty Face ~ Triteleia ixioides
Red Bird of Paradise ~ Caesalpinia pulcherrima 'Compton'
Red-Leaf Hibiscus ~ Hibiscus acetosella
Red Ruellia ~ Ruellia elegans
Rose Verbena ~ Glandularia canadensis
Roving Sailor (Snapdragon Vine) ~ Maurandella antirrhiniflora
St. Joseph's Lily (Hardy Amaryllis) ~ Hippeastrum x johnsonii
Tennessee Coneflower ~ Echinacea tennesseensis
Uganda Butterfly Bush ~ Rotheca myricoides 'Ugandense'
Weeping Hibiscus ~ Hibiscus 'Albo Lacinatus'
West Texas Mist Flower ~ Conoclinium greggii
White Swamp Hibiscus / TX Star ~ Hibiscus coccineus 'Alba'
Yellow Passion Flower ~ Passiflora lutea

and I want a pony too!




A T B T Y !
~ Łaz     ;--) <.b>



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Sierra Foothills, CA(Zone 8a)

Haves ~

Achillea filipendula 'Parker's Variety' Sorry, Out!
Achillea ptarmica 'The Pearl Superior' (2 trades of abt 50 tiny seeds)
Adonis vernalis Sorry, all out!
Campanula pyramidalis (white) Deejay9 (Susie) Sorry, All Out
Catananche caerulea (Cupid's Dart) (2 trades of about 50 seeds)
Cichorium intybus (3 trades)
Cimicifuga racemosa 'Atropurpurea'Sorry, All Out! Deejay9 (Susie)
Gautheria shallon (0 trade of about 100 small seeds - erratic germ.) All out!
Gaultheria procumbens (0 trade of about 50 sm. seeds - erratic germ.) Sorry, All Out!
Gypsophila paniculata 'Early Snowball-Double Flowered' sorry, All Out! Deejay9 (Susie)
Hibiscus moscheutos White with pink center (3 trades)
Hunnemania fumarifoliaSorry, All Out
(Deejay9)
Linum lewsii (Blue Flax) (2 trades of about 50 seeds)
Lupinus arboreus (blue form) Bush Lupine (1) Sorry, Out!
Deejay9 (Susie)
Phacelia campanularia (Calif. Bluebells) (2 trades of about 50 seeds)


I have more to come; some seeds are still drying..

Wants ~

Alternanthera dentata
Anthriscus sylvestris 'Ravenswing'
Beta vulgaris 'Golden'
Beta vulgaris 'McGregor's Favourite'
Browallia speciosa
Clarkia tenella
Eupatorium 'Chocolate' Mipii
Hibiscus coccineus alba 'White Texas Star'
Hibiscus moscheutos (any pure white variety)
Hibiscus 'Kopper King' Mipii

Going Out ~

Deejay9 (Susie) -

Boltonia asteroides 'Snowbank'
Campanula pyramidalis (white)
Cimicifuga racemosa 'Atropurpurea'
Greek Oregano
Gypsophila paniculata
Hunnemannia fumariifolia 'Sunlite'
Lupinus arboreus (blue form) Bush Lupine
Tropaeolum majus 'Tip Top Apricot'
Veronica pinnata 'Blue Feathers'


Coming In ~

from Amanda
Assorted milkweed

from Pfg (Pam)
Lupine Gallery White
Petunia Axillaris- Wild White Petunia
Petunia Storm White
White Milkweed- White flowers, to 4'

from Mipii (Robin)
Hibiscus moscheutos 'Kopper King'
Eupatorium 'Chocolate'

from Domehomedee (Dee)
Moonflower seeds
Shasta daisies
Black hollyhock
Assorted milkweed

from Lazlo
Clitoria tearnata

Thank you all for your generous offer of seeds. Please check back and ask if you want any that I have to offer.



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Iowa City, IA(Zone 5a)

I would really like to find some Sweet Woodruff seeds.

I also have Fraxinus cuspidata and Rudbeckia triloba seeds to contribute.

saving space for my haves and wants.

Barbourville, KY(Zone 7a)

? Don't know how I got two posts. This one is null.

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Barbourville, KY(Zone 7a)

Photos of some of the aforementioned. The edit would not let me add photos to the original post.
Hibiscus Chatooga Gold
Hibiscus laevis
Callicarpa dichotoma Albifructis
Hibiscus coccineus alba

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Barbourville, KY(Zone 7a)

I won't bother to list things I have only 1 or 2 packets of, but I can collect larger amounts of a few things if there is any interest in them:
Hibiscus coccineus alba, White Texas Star
Hibiscus coccineus, Chatooga Gold (blooms are sometimes carmine pink, but mostly look like regular H. coccineus)
Hibiscus laevis, Halberd Leaved Mallow
Liatris pycnostachya, Prairie Blazing Star
Centaurea montana
Callicarpa dichotoma 'Albifructus'
Diospyros virginiana, American Persimmon
Verbena bonariensis
Gomphrena 'Fireworks'
Dipsacus laciniatus, Cutleaf Teasel. Check for your area to see if it is prohibited. I try to root out all young plants but one or two as it can be very invasive, but bees love it.

I am looking for
Interesting Solanums
Tithonia, any species any color, any height.
Cassia, Senna, Sesbania, Crotalaria, any species.





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Kiowa, CO(Zone 5b)

My list of haves (will add more as I make up packets)
abreviations: F= fragrant, R=reseeds, cmm=can make more, A=annual

3 Epilobium angustifolium (fireweed) to4',pink, native,cmm
4 Datura metaloides, 36-48x36-48,F Evenings., R, cmm
3 Viola Johnny Jump Ups mix, R, cmm
2 Dianthus deltoides 'Zing',, red, R
6 Daisy Becky, 48", F
2 Dianthus X Loveliness Alba, VF,all summer, 18"
3 Nicotiana sandersae 'Heaven Scent', VF evenings, R
2 Salvia azurea Nekan, blue, 48", I think this is beginning to reseed at it's feet.
3 Ammi visagna, 3-4'^, A, ,R.
3 Dianthus grationopolitanus 'Cheddar Pinks, spring, VF, cmm


3 Crambe cordifolia, 4-6'^x4-6'>, F, spring, plant it where you want it as when it is time for dividing it will resprout from the main roots, thinking it needs an indoor start tho

3 Penstemon strictus Rocky Mountain Blue, 30-36"^x18-24">, spring only and can reseed if allowed.
Baggie of Dill, this is grown mostly for the butterflies as it's a host plant for my Swallowtails.

Newly collected today (Fri) 10/25/13, Will make up baggies as requested...
Centaurea mochatus Yellow Hardehead, 48", R
Coreopsis grandiflora Sunray, 18", R
Ammi rubra, 18-24" (so far, not sure if it will be any taller), red, (very rare...not seen anywhere for sale)
Limonium latifolium, perennial statice, purple, 24-36" (have had it grow to 48", must have really liked that garden)
Scabiosa columbaria, mix of white and blue, 36", R
Boltonia asteroides Alba, 3-4' (can get to 5'X5')
Cosmos red mix, has several that have streaked with white on the same flower, R
Chrysanthemum serotinum 'Herbstern', 40"x40", white small daisies but larger than Boltonia in flower size
Eupatorium Joicus Variegata

Pix
1. Daisy Becky
2. Crambe cordifolia, sorry not the best pix, crambe is on the far right
3. Dianthus grationopolitanus
4. Dianthus X Loveliness Alba
5. Ammi visagna
probably have pix of most all.... so ask...lol.... Kathy


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Greensboro, NC(Zone 7b)

Alana, I have Tithonia 'Torch'

also Senna (Cassia) Alata and a couple of other Senna varieties I can include for you personally.

A.

p.s. Kathy the pics are stunning, and I'm sorry to say I did not get to start the Ammi this year, but it's fab!

Kiowa, CO(Zone 5b)

Amanda, I got pix of the red variety also, will have to find and get seed from them also. The seed on the Ammis will be ok if just thrown on the surface......

Ah....found it and it is just a tad ddarker than shown I believe...and that seed was 10-15 yrs old...hope I can get some from those that bloomed this year....very RARE.... Kathy

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Greensboro, NC(Zone 7b)

I remember you talking about it this spring. Does it spread and if so rapidly?

Kiowa, CO(Zone 5b)

Am thinking I only grew it once before and I moved later in the year that it bloomed, So not sure how the reseeding is. The white Ammi visagna also reseeds but not that much....thinking I only had about 10 plants or so. And even the tall (6ft) varitety of Daucus carota only reseeds 10-20 plants... Both varieties are related.... (I intentionally allow it to reseed as I love it at the back of the border. Ammi is an annual, Daucus is biennial and the deer don't touch either.

Pix is Daucus carota and a close up of the umbel type blooms, this one was in my daughter's garden, am thinking it topped out between 6-7ft in height and was about 4-5 ft across. It was just beautiful!!! Great filler for the vase too!! (light fragrance). Will look for some fresh seed.

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(susie) Hastings, MI(Zone 5a)

As you all Know I will not be in the robin this year but i will have seeds to share if you like what i have & will trade for others on my list or for postage . will add more as i collect more.

HAVE"S
Hibiscus
PEPPERMINT SCHNAPP http://s10.photobucket.com/user/skohler1949/media/2010%20HYBISCUS/PEPPERMINTSCHNAPPS.jpg.html?sort=3&o=0
PARTY FAVOR ---WWKATHY http://s10.photobucket.com/user/skohler1949/media/2010%20HYBISCUS/HYBISICUSDAHLIAS009.jpg.html?sort=3&o=4
KOPPER KING can't find my picture of this one but you can look it up
RED LUNAR -- WWKATHY http://s10.photobucket.com/user/skohler1949/media/2010%20HYBISCUS/FLOWERBEDS2010008.jpg.html?sort=3&o=5

MIXED PINK & RED DBL POPPIES 3' tall from my Gardens '''GARDENSEEDER63""""
FALSE INDIGO "BLUE"
MIXED SUNFLOWERS
SWEET SHRUB : http://www.michiganbulb.com/product/Sweet_Shrub Just a few seeds to share 3pks of 15 seeds
Nicotiana sylvestris LOTS CAROLYN22


WANT "S
Castor Beans ZANZIBAR-YELLOW IMPALA- DEEP PURPLE -- PINK CARMENCITA
ZINNIA'S
Decadence " Cherries Jubilee False Indigo
Purple Smoke Baptisia Plant
White False Indigo
DEVIL TRUMPET DATRUA
YELLOW TRUMPET DATRUA
PURPLE DBL DATRUA
ANGEL TRUMPET DATRUA
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PDF REC"D
Ammi visnaga 'Green Lace'
Hibiscus coccineus alba
Pink Mallow

WWKATHY REC"D
Ammi visagna 'WHITE ---
Iris setosa, 18", same time a TBIs.
Dianthus grationopolitanus

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CAROLYN22
Digitalis Grandiflora
Echinacea Pow Wow White - 2 pkts
Echinacea - Pow Wow Wild Berry Pink -- 2 pkts
Astrantia Major
Achillea Millefolium Strawberry Seduction

Mipii caryopteris REC"D

EVELYN-INTHEGARDEN REC"D

Greek Oregano
Boltonia astroides 'Snowbank'
Campanula pyramidalis
Cimicifuga racemosa 'Atropurpurea'
Gypsophila paniculata '
Hunnemannia fumariifolia 'Sunlite'
Lupinus arboreus (blue form) Bush Lupine
Tropaeolum majus 'Tip Top Apricot'
Veronica pinnata 'Blue Feathers'


FROM PDF TYTYTY
AMMI GREEN MIST
HIBISCUS CREAM PINK
ZINNIA CACTUS GIANTS

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Kiowa, CO(Zone 5b)

Will make you packets Susie!!!! Do you have any of the tall (4-6ft dark red hibs?), also would like if you can Party Favor and Midnight Marvel ( they didn't make it or sprout for me...but the others I got from you last seed trade did....Thanks sweetie!!!

(Robin) Blissfield, MI(Zone 6a)

Seeds to share (Haves):
Hibiscus moscheutos 'Kopper King'
Hibiscus moscheutos 'Mighty Big Pink'
Columbine mixed
Trumpet vine
Euonymus fortunei 'Blondy'
Marigolds mixed (French)
Zinnia mixed
Caryopteris × clandonensis
Cercis canadensis
Cercis canadensis alba
Ceratostigma plumbaginoides
Miscanthus giganeus
Eupatorium 'Chocolate'

Seeds I want:
Cercis canadensis 'Ruby Falls'
Chrysanthemum dendrathemum 'Cambodian Queen'
Geranium pyrenaicum 'Summer Snow'
Hosta 'White Feather'
Hosta 'Pineapple Upsidedown Cake'
Itea virginica 'Henry's Garnet'
Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Black Beard'
Papaver somniferum - Any cultivar, any color
Philadelphus 'Innocence'
Sarcococca hookeriana var. 'Humilis'
Thuja occidentalis 'DeGroots Spire'
Weigela florida 'Spilled Wine'

edited to add more

This message was edited Nov 4, 2013 5:39 PM

I need to get cracking with my list - seems something is always going on.

Kathy - what is the zone hardiness for

2 Salvia azurea Nekan, blue, 48", I think this is beginning to reseed at it's feet.





Kiowa, CO(Zone 5b)

Carolyn..goes down to z4, doesn't give upper zones so I would surmize atleast z9 or 10, book says is native, sky blue flower spikes to 4', in late summer-fall. Want me to put your name on a packet?

Greensboro, NC(Zone 7b)

Sounds lovely! :D

Yes, please Kathy. Please add some nicotiana for me as well.

^_^

Greensboro, NC(Zone 7b)

I'm not ready for this weather. Temp said 36 low overnight last evening so I brought more things in. Tonight is supposed to be colder, over the weekend colder still.

As you know I've delighted in gardening well into November and deadheading cosmos and zinnias right up to the bitter end. So I'm wondering if I can put a tent over my castor bean (at 10'+) to protect it, but not sure how long the cold will last.

Feeling SAD. Ha ha ha.

Need to go do some cartwheels and backflips to get my mind in the right place (yeah right).

For the purposes of this thread, it's definitely going to have an impact on seed availability and collection. Drat drat and triple drat.

Kiowa, CO(Zone 5b)

Carolyn, packets marked....

Iowa City, IA(Zone 5a)

Just rereading the list:
LazLo I have the Agastache seeds you are interested in. I will designate a packet for you.

I have seeds of Eupatorium variabile. I have been trying to remove the fuzzy part but they are so small it is difficult to do this without crushing the attached seed. Does anyone have experience with this? Is it okay to leave the fuzzy parts on for storage/shipping?

(Robin) Blissfield, MI(Zone 6a)

Iowhen, I've purchased a couple different varieties of Eupatorium and the fuzzy part came with the seeds, it's not the same as chaff.

Thank you, Kathy.

Arroyo Grande, CA(Zone 9a)

I'm back from out of town and came home with loads of new plants and even a few seed packs from rareseeds.com, I just happened onto their retail location.
Lazlo - I went out in my yard and found you a creeping gloxinia seed pod. It's the white flowering one. I love this strange plant, and it has done well in my garden in a hanging pot, although it climbs up rather than drape down most of the time.

Barbourville, KY(Zone 7a)

Laz, I have your Ruellia elegans, not a lot of seeds, but a few. I kept missing them and once that seed capsule pops open they are gone.
I found the green Ammi and have Deejay a packet set aside. Amanda, did you want one too? I can probably make 4-5 packets with enough for a good trial.
Mipii, I haves one or two colors of P. somniferum I will send you.
I'll try to look at lists more closely and post a few more haves this weekend.

Greensboro, NC(Zone 7b)

Would love that Alana. Thanks. :)

Starting my list - I need to work on my wants list, however I am always looking for verbascums, nicotianas and digitalis. My want list on DG is not accurate.

These are my haves:
Rudbeckia Herbstone - 2 pkts
Digitalis Grandiflora - 3 or 4 pkts
Anthemis Tinctroria - 3 or 4 pkts (the internet states 1-3' for this beauty. Mine are 3ft).
Clematis Roguuchi - 5 pkts (not for the faint of heart seed starters - they can take 12 to 18 months to germinate)
Lantana Camara - 2pkts
Echinacea Pow Wow White - 2 pkts
Echinacea - Pow Wow Wild Berry Pink -- 2 pkts
Astrantia Major - White - 2 pkts
Veronica Spicata Fairytale Pink - 1 pkt
Stokesia - Mary Gregory 4 pkts ( I think I owe one to Evelyninthegarden).
Achillea Millefolium Strawberry Seduction - 4 or 5 pkts

(susie) Hastings, MI(Zone 5a)

carolyn I'd like a few of these if you have enough

Digitalis Grandiflora
Echinacea Pow Wow White - 2 pkts
Echinacea - Pow Wow Wild Berry Pink -- 2 pkts
Astrantia Major
Achillea Millefolium Strawberry Seduction

let me know if there is anything on my list you might like

(Robin) Blissfield, MI(Zone 6a)

Thanks Poisondart! I'll be on the lookout for things on your want list.

Susie - Gotcha down for those seeds.

Amanda - May I ask for E. White Swan, Salvia Coral Nymph, Salvia Snow Nymph, Spanish Flag (Ipomoea Lobata) and Verbena Bonariensis?

Kathy/Warrior - I would like some of your Johnny Jump Ups too please, if you have enough to share.

Carolyn


Pittsburgh, PA

These are some of my haves:

Echinacea
'pow-wow wildberry'

Mixed pansy seeds
Ornamental pepper 'black pearl'
Rudbeckia 'irish eyes'
Rudbeckia 'cherry brandy'
Cardinal climber (ipomoea quamoclit)
Phytocarpus 'summer wine'
Foxglove 'Camelot mix'
Laurentia 'blue star'
Pentas (red)
Portulaca (large fuschia)
Buddleia 'summer skies' variegated
Anise hyssop (herb)
Blue globe thistle
Sea holly 'big blue'
Leucanthemum 'Victorian Secret'
Oriental poppy (orange)
Delphiniums (white)
Calycanthus 'aphrodite'(white)
Pearl Bush 'snowday surprise'
Franklinia alatamaha tree seeds
Magnolia 'yellow bird'

Want: Paw-paw seeds


This message was edited Oct 27, 2013 10:27 AM

Greensboro, NC(Zone 7b)

Sure thing Carolyn. :)

So . . . Susie. Does this mean you're "in"? :D

Arroyo Grande, CA(Zone 9a)

ooh ooh - Oblique, can I have some of the green echinacea and the "Blue Star" Laurentia? I think the later will do really well in my climate. OMG I just noticed you have japanese maples, I would grow those too.

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