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Seed Trading: Fall Round Robin Seed Swap 2013 - Haves and Wants

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AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

October 10, 2013
9:11 AM

Post #9682877

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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lanakila

lanakila
Holly Springs, NC
(Zone 7b)

October 10, 2013
1:18 PM

Post #9683036

I'll add more later!

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

WANTS
Perennial Groundcovers

AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

October 10, 2013
5:07 PM

Post #9683198

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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iowhen

iowhen
Iowa City, IA
(Zone 5a)

October 10, 2013
5:34 PM

Post #9683217


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

Domehomedee

Domehomedee
Arroyo Grande, CA
(Zone 9a)

October 10, 2013
7:14 PM

Post #9683295

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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AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

October 10, 2013
9:43 PM

Post #9683405

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.

LazLo

LazLo
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 14, 2013
8:15 PM

Post #9686083

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     ;--)


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evelyn_inthegarden
Sierra Foothills, CA
(Zone 8a)

October 14, 2013
8:35 PM

Post #9686093

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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iowhen

iowhen
Iowa City, IA
(Zone 5a)

October 16, 2013
7:22 AM

Post #9687145

I would really like to find some Sweet Woodruff seeds.

I also have Fraxinus cuspidata and Rudbeckia triloba seeds to contribute.
Carolyn22
Athens, PA
(Zone 5b)

October 16, 2013
9:13 AM

Post #9687219

saving space for my haves and wants.

poisondartfrog

poisondartfrog
Barbourville, KY
(Zone 7a)

October 16, 2013
3:40 PM

Post #9687456

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

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poisondartfrog

poisondartfrog
Barbourville, KY
(Zone 7a)

October 19, 2013
6:10 AM

Post #9689397

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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poisondartfrog
Barbourville, KY
(Zone 7a)

October 19, 2013
8:42 AM

Post #9689496

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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warriorswisdomkathy

warriorswisdomkathy
Kiowa, CO
(Zone 5b)

October 19, 2013
8:50 AM

Post #9689499

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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AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

October 19, 2013
10:52 AM

Post #9689580

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!

warriorswisdomkathy

warriorswisdomkathy
Kiowa, CO
(Zone 5b)

October 19, 2013
3:54 PM

Post #9689814

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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AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

October 19, 2013
8:16 PM

Post #9689991

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

warriorswisdomkathy

warriorswisdomkathy
Kiowa, CO
(Zone 5b)

October 20, 2013
8:24 AM

Post #9690289

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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deejay9

deejay9
(susie) Hastings, MI
(Zone 5a)

October 22, 2013
6:08 AM

Post #9691888

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 HYBISCUS/PEPPERMINTSCHNAPPS.jpg.html?sort=3&o=0
PARTY FAVOR ---WWKATHY http://s10.photobucket.com/user/skohler1949/media/2010 HYBISCUS/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 HYBISCUS/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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warriorswisdomkathy

warriorswisdomkathy
Kiowa, CO
(Zone 5b)

October 22, 2013
7:22 PM

Post #9692568

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!!!
Mipii
(Robin) Blissfield, MI
(Zone 6a)

October 22, 2013
9:29 PM

Post #9692626

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

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Carolyn22
Athens, PA
(Zone 5b)

October 23, 2013
1:26 AM

Post #9692678

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.





warriorswisdomkathy

warriorswisdomkathy
Kiowa, CO
(Zone 5b)

October 23, 2013
6:52 AM

Post #9692842

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?

AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

October 23, 2013
8:31 AM

Post #9692925

Sounds lovely! :D

Carolyn22
Athens, PA
(Zone 5b)

October 23, 2013
2:07 PM

Post #9693257

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

:-)

AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

October 24, 2013
7:30 AM

Post #9693732

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.

warriorswisdomkathy

warriorswisdomkathy
Kiowa, CO
(Zone 5b)

October 24, 2013
9:16 AM

Post #9693821

Carolyn, packets marked...

iowhen

iowhen
Iowa City, IA
(Zone 5a)

October 24, 2013
10:04 AM

Post #9693858

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?
Mipii
(Robin) Blissfield, MI
(Zone 6a)

October 24, 2013
2:03 PM

Post #9694007

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.
Carolyn22
Athens, PA
(Zone 5b)

October 24, 2013
2:51 PM

Post #9694032

Thank you, Kathy.

Domehomedee

Domehomedee
Arroyo Grande, CA
(Zone 9a)

October 24, 2013
6:13 PM

Post #9694193

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.

poisondartfrog

poisondartfrog
Barbourville, KY
(Zone 7a)

October 25, 2013
6:52 AM

Post #9694488

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.

AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

October 25, 2013
7:23 AM

Post #9694519

Would love that Alana. Thanks. :)
Carolyn22
Athens, PA
(Zone 5b)

October 26, 2013
7:54 AM

Post #9695151

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

deejay9

deejay9
(susie) Hastings, MI
(Zone 5a)

October 26, 2013
8:13 AM

Post #9695158

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
Mipii
(Robin) Blissfield, MI
(Zone 6a)

October 26, 2013
10:54 AM

Post #9695236

Thanks Poisondart! I'll be on the lookout for things on your want list.
Carolyn22
Athens, PA
(Zone 5b)

October 26, 2013
3:07 PM

Post #9695403

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


obliqua
Pittsburgh, PA

October 26, 2013
5:55 PM

Post #9695501

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


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AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

October 26, 2013
6:56 PM

Post #9695538

Sure thing Carolyn. :)

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

Domehomedee

Domehomedee
Arroyo Grande, CA
(Zone 9a)

October 26, 2013
9:37 PM

Post #9695616

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.

warriorswisdomkathy

warriorswisdomkathy
Kiowa, CO
(Zone 5b)

October 26, 2013
10:05 PM

Post #9695627

Carolyn..Have you down for JJs and also have Verbascum phoenicium (white or a mix of purple(lt and dark), pink (light and dark), 4 or 5 shades total.. V.b. is 18-24", blooms spring, cut back for a second set of blooms and may even get another (3rd) in late summer if deadheaded. Will reseed if allowed. I have several little colonies I'm allowing to grow. I picked the ripe seeds but just have to shake them out of their pods. Can be started indoors or insitu, (this fall). They get a long tap root, I sent them as trades but usually as young as possible. They develop a candlelabra type bloom, the more mature the more branching.

Just a few pix to whet our appetite..lol.

My wants...
Obliqua...if you have any more of the Laurentia...please and thankyou... and is it truely fragrant? Also would like Seaholly Big Blue and Delphinium white (is it Galahad?)

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poisondartfrog

poisondartfrog
Barbourville, KY
(Zone 7a)

October 27, 2013
4:40 AM

Post #9695696

Obliqua, I would love some seeds from the Calycanthus, please!

Alana

deejay9

deejay9
(susie) Hastings, MI
(Zone 5a)

October 27, 2013
5:34 AM

Post #9695728


obliqua: if you have enough to share I'd like to try , Echinacea 'green jewel' & Foxglove 'Camelot mix'

MIPII : What color & how tall dose your caryopteris × clandonensis get ?

Carolyn22
Athens, PA
(Zone 5b)

October 27, 2013
5:50 AM

Post #9695738

Thank you Kathy.

I had some of the yellow verbascum (it's name escapes me right now), but it was not a good gardening summer for me as I broke my foot - so I never took seeds from it, nor was I able to prune it back. My hope is that it did manage to seed itself.



Mipii
(Robin) Blissfield, MI
(Zone 6a)

October 27, 2013
7:38 AM

Post #9695811

Yes, oohlala Obliqua...if you have enough, please send:
Japanese maple seeds mix (waterfall and shiraz)
Calycanthus 'aphrodite'(white)
Franklinia alatamaha tree seeds
Magnolia 'yellow bird'

Sounds heavenly!

Susie, my caryopteris is purple/blue at 3' (sorry can't remember the cultivar).

deejay9

deejay9
(susie) Hastings, MI
(Zone 5a)

October 27, 2013
8:10 AM

Post #9695831

i ALSO HAVE
FRAGRANCE OF ELEGANT EGG FLOWER OR I Think this is the name of it please tell me if i'm wrong been looking for the name of it also want to know how to collect the seeds from it do i let the seeds dry on the plant ?
ok these are Layia platyglossa, Tidy Tips.

TY ALANA

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deejay9
(susie) Hastings, MI
(Zone 5a)

October 27, 2013
8:31 AM

Post #9695845

Mipii I would like to try a few seeds if you have extra

poisondartfrog

poisondartfrog
Barbourville, KY
(Zone 7a)

October 27, 2013
9:41 AM

Post #9695918

Susie,
Your flower looks like Layia platyglossa, Tidy Tips. The seeds will be in that yellow center, but it will have to be at least mostly brown before you will have ripe seeds.

Obliqua, I just walked down to the Paw Paw tree and picked up a couple of fruits for you. The seeds need to be planted when fresh, right now, preferably with the "goo" still on them. You can put them in large pots or if you have a place that you can keep animals from disturbing them, right into the earth. Treated this way some should sprout next spring. I can send them to you directly now if you like.
Mipii
(Robin) Blissfield, MI
(Zone 6a)

October 27, 2013
10:30 AM

Post #9695943

Sure Susie, I have plenty, I'll set a package aside for you.

Alana, can you share a few more seeds for Paw Paw? As I was looking into purchasing some seeds for Obliqua, I thought they sounded yummy and wouldn't mind some myself. Do you like the fruit?
Mipii
(Robin) Blissfield, MI
(Zone 6a)

October 27, 2013
12:16 PM

Post #9696015

Iowhen, I have viola tricolor if you're interested.
http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/showimage/78231/

poisondartfrog

poisondartfrog
Barbourville, KY
(Zone 7a)

October 27, 2013
2:41 PM

Post #9696105

Yes, Mipii, I can. Is your address in the exchange?
People stop here to pick up Paw Paws because they like them. Most of them are gone now, but there are a few on the ground. Me, not so much. The flavor is fine, but the consistency is not pleasing to me. They are festooned with Tiger Swallowtails in late spring/early summer, and that is plenty of reason to have them for me.
Mipii
(Robin) Blissfield, MI
(Zone 6a)

October 27, 2013
4:46 PM

Post #9696235

Great Alana, you have a DMail! Do you or anyone else want Magnolia kobus - same deal; they need to be sown fresh.

AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

October 27, 2013
6:06 PM

Post #9696313

Thanks for the tip on the paw paw seeds. On of court's coworkers sent three fruits home to me. Two are still on the shelf turning to mush. I'll get them into pots outside over winter if that's what they need to sprout.
Mipii
(Robin) Blissfield, MI
(Zone 6a)

October 27, 2013
8:25 PM

Post #9696420

ŁazŁo, I'm setting aside some packets for you:
Hardy Hibiscus ~ Hibiscus moscheutos 'Mighty Big Pink'
Dwarf Plumbago ~ Ceratostigma plumbaginoides

If you can spare a few of these seeds, it would be greatly appreciated:
Sweet Shrub ~ Calycanthus floridusi
Wow, can you grow cool things in your zone...I'm SO tempted.

Robin

iowhen

iowhen
Iowa City, IA
(Zone 5a)

October 28, 2013
7:16 AM

Post #9696656

Mipii, yes please! I love all the violas.

I am adding County Fair cucumbers (wilt resistant!)
Sweet Joe Pye Weed
Joe Pye Weed "variegatum"
Calendula "apricot nana"

LazLo

LazLo
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 28, 2013
7:37 AM

Post #9696677

In case you have not already browsed it - my list of haves is pretty much finished (above).
~ Łaz

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Domehomedee

Domehomedee
Arroyo Grande, CA
(Zone 9a)

October 28, 2013
9:14 AM

Post #9696762

Laz - I'd love some of your Leonotis menthifolia (I grow both the perennial and the tall annual and love them) and the Eucomis.
I have a bag with Asclepias physocarpa (hairy balls) and Lophospermum erubescens (creeping gloxinia) that has your name on it.

Lana - Have you tried sedum album as a groundcover? I love it as it really does "cover" the ground and need very little tending to. If you are interested I can send you box of cuttings in spring.

luvsgrtdanes

luvsgrtdanes
(Ronnie), PA
(Zone 6b)

October 30, 2013
12:16 PM

Post #9698411

Will anyone be interested in Japanese morning glories? Some named some crosses.
Carolyn22
Athens, PA
(Zone 5b)

October 30, 2013
2:01 PM

Post #9698544

Ronnie -

do you have any pictures or names? I have to ask because I don't know the difference between the Japanese MG's and the others. :-)

luvsgrtdanes

luvsgrtdanes
(Ronnie), PA
(Zone 6b)

October 30, 2013
6:00 PM

Post #9698681

Yes Carolyn I have plenty of pictures!
Japanese MGs are usually the bigger flowered nils in many colors and varieties. I.purpurea are the more common ones like "Milky way and Granpa Otts", and such. I do have some unusual purpurea too.
Pfg
(Pam) Warren, CT
(Zone 5b)

October 31, 2013
2:32 AM

Post #9698834

Here's my list of haves and wants, to be continued when I finally get to my garden this weekend see what can still be harvested:

HAVES- COMMERCIAL-All are unopened.unless stated
Cosmos Psyche White-Swallowtail 2013, opened, 4-5'
Marigold Starfire-T&M 2012(?) 6-8"
Sunflower Italian White- T&M 2011 4'
Sunflower Cinnamon Sun-Renee's 2012-5'-7'
Sunflower the Joker-Park 2011- Mix of semi-double and double flowers, Red, orange, brown, gold and all the bicolors in between, to 6'.
Zinnia Benary's Giant Wine-Swallowtail 2011- 3'
Zinnia Haageana Persian Carpet Mix- Park 2011
Poppy Coral Reef-T&M 2013- z3-8, Coral Pink, 2'-3'
VEG
Beets-Italian
Beet Gourmet Blend- BotanicalInterests 2011
Peas Super Snappy- Burpee's 2011- 65 days, doesn't need support
Squash Summer Scallop Trio- Renee's 2012- Pattypans
Tomato Mortgage Lifter- Burpee 2012


FROM MY GARDEN
Lupine Russell Blue-pfg 2013
Hesperis Matronalis-pfg 2013- Assorted Colors
Verbascum Wedding Candles-pfg 2012
NEW
Nicotiana Langsdorfii
Salvia Azurea- 6' tall, beautiful Sky Blue flowers late summer
Ceratotheca triloba, White- South African Foxglove, 4-6' tall, bloomed all summer until frost.
Zinnia Envy
Echinacea Green Jewel, that's the all green one
Verbascum Wedding Candles
Platycodon Hakone White- Double flowers


FROM TRADES
Scabiosa caucasia -Trade 2012- White
Scabiosa columbaria-Trade 2013- Blue
Sunflower Tall Black Seeded- Trade 2013

WANTS
Campanula Chimney Bellflower
Campanula Blue Clips, White Clips
Ceratotheca Triloba various colors, have white
Salvia Coccinea Coral Nymph
Digitalis Pam's Choice
Lobelia Cambridge Blue
Lobelia Crystal Palace
Larkspur (annual, not Delphinium)
Lupines, Russell series, warm colors if poss, or mixed OK
Nicotiana alata, white or pink
Nicotianas, dwarf
Petunia Easy Wave
Torenia Kauai White
Basil
Basil Salad Leaf
Pickling Cucumbers- Diva, Persian little fingers (Renee's)



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deejay9

deejay9
(susie) Hastings, MI
(Zone 5a)

October 31, 2013
5:29 AM

Post #9698894

PAM : can you share with me any of these
Hesperis Matronalis-
Lupine Russell Blue
Lupine Gallery White

Well i "HAD" Nicotine Drying in a paper bag in the cold frame went to town yesterday to get some straw & the kids were helping burn brush & Leaves well my misstake asking them to burn the bag of trash in there they took the wrong bag RRRRR It is Pouring rain today so in a day or 2 when the weather drys out i will go out to the compost pile & see if i can salvage more seeds .
Looks as most of us are haven wet weather.
Pfg
(Pam) Warren, CT
(Zone 5b)

October 31, 2013
9:29 AM

Post #9699036

Sure, Susie, I have enough to spread around :-)

Amanda, do you have any Salvia Coral Nymph left?

AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

October 31, 2013
9:42 AM

Post #9699051

Yes Pam, I have oodles. :)

Pfg
(Pam) Warren, CT
(Zone 5b)

October 31, 2013
12:41 PM

Post #9699148

Yay!
NisiNJ
Bordentown, NJ
(Zone 7a)

November 3, 2013
3:27 AM

Post #9700771

I had better reserve my have/want space before this thread gets too much longer. I will fill it out later, but as a preview I have mostly vegetables, especially tomatoes, and almost all of the seeds are commercial. I may try to harvest some zinnias and marigolds, since they're easy for the inexperienced (me).


HAVES:

(later)

WANTS (so far):

pansies/violas
marigolds, french (can never have too many)

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iowhen

iowhen
Iowa City, IA
(Zone 5a)

November 3, 2013
8:35 PM

Post #9701367

Does anyone have Amsonia seeds?

warriorswisdomkathy

warriorswisdomkathy
Kiowa, CO
(Zone 5b)

November 4, 2013
2:24 PM

Post #9701915

My package was sent off a few hours ago, should arrive by Friday.

Nis...I did have some extra packets of JJs in the mix, might ask to have one labeled for you if you like.

Pam, glad you made it back... Can I have: white Lupine, white Cosmos Psyche, white Zinnia, and some more Ceratothica, PLEASE...THANKYOU! lol. (Send me D-mail how long you'll be there...thanx).
evelyn_inthegarden
Sierra Foothills, CA
(Zone 8a)

November 4, 2013
2:30 PM

Post #9701923

Hi All! It is sunny today and I will be collecting more seeds. I have added a few more to the "haves" list, right under Lazlo's huge list.

Lazlo ~ I would LOVE to have any viable seeds from the chocolate cosmos. It used to be a seed-grown plant many years ago. I have this plant and I will try many ways to try and germinate the seeds. They are quite late to bloom...actually they are in bloom now. I hope to collect them before the snow flies...

Pam ~ If you have any white lupine left, I would love to have some. I have collected some seeds from my pale pink one...I will see if they are ready yet. Nope, I need to take them out of their pods...I'll let you know if you want some.

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Mipii
(Robin) Blissfield, MI
(Zone 6a)

November 4, 2013
3:06 PM

Post #9701973

NisiNJ, I have some French Marigolds for you if you like.

meadowyck

meadowyck
Brooksville, FL
(Zone 9a)

November 5, 2013
9:40 PM

Post #9703020

working on seed haves right now, be back later with the list.

Wants are anything that survives in 9a...LOL

Jan

ok here is what I have so far, have to go out and get more small bags if I add any others.

Lupinus regalis "Morello Cherry"
Lychnis, White
Monkey Flower
Baptisia Australis
Pennisetum alopec "Fountain Grass"
Blue Picotee Morning Glory
Pink Muhly Grass
Gardenia Jasminoides
Geranium Tornado Lilac
Geranium Black Velvet
Lavatera Arborea Variegated
Lunaria Variegated, White Blooms
Bahcelors Button "Black Ball"
Lychnis chalcedonica, Maltese Cross
Stokesia Bluestone
Anemone, White
Purple Hacinth Bean Vine
Chelone obliqua
Pulmonaria angustifolia
Antirrhinum braun-blanquetii "Snapdragon"
Scabiosa ochroleuca


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AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

November 5, 2013
11:31 PM

Post #9703042

:)
Pfg
(Pam) Warren, CT
(Zone 5b)

November 6, 2013
2:30 AM

Post #9703065

OK, Evelyn, I have a few seeds left of the white, will package them up for you. What's nice about the Gallery series is that they bloom the first year from seed if started early.
evelyn_inthegarden
Sierra Foothills, CA
(Zone 8a)

November 6, 2013
10:43 AM

Post #9703399

Thank you, Pam! :-)
evelyn_inthegarden
Sierra Foothills, CA
(Zone 8a)

November 6, 2013
8:25 PM

Post #9703818

I just collected some more seeds. I hope they dry in time. If not, I can send them later to any individuals that may want them.

Greek Oregano
English Lavender
Montauk Daisy
Boltonia asteroides 'Snowbank'
Aster 'Bill's Tall Blue'

I do not know if the aster would cross with one another or not, as I have some short asters growing as well, but I did not collect any seed from them. So I cannot guarantee that it will be the tall blue.

OK ~ Just remember, they are not ready yet...and another thing...that oregano is VERY flavorful...so if you like anything Italian in the way of cooking this will put your dish "over the top"!!!

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Mipii
(Robin) Blissfield, MI
(Zone 6a)

November 6, 2013
8:29 PM

Post #9703821

Oooh, Pink Muhly Grass, do you love it Jan? I don't think I can grow it in my zone.

meadowyck

meadowyck
Brooksville, FL
(Zone 9a)

November 6, 2013
9:29 PM

Post #9703836

I love it I just ordered the seeds and I can't wait to grow some myself. Everyone up this way has it.

You grow it in a container and bring it in during the winter.

Jan

deejay9

deejay9
(susie) Hastings, MI
(Zone 5a)

November 7, 2013
5:24 AM

Post #9703975


EVELYN-INTHEGARDEN IF YOU HAVE ANY XTRA OF THESE SURE WOULD LIKE TO TRY A FEW

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'


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evelyn_inthegarden
Sierra Foothills, CA
(Zone 8a)

November 7, 2013
12:27 PM

Post #9704214

deejay9 ~ I will save the following seeds for you -


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

AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

November 7, 2013
12:31 PM

Post #9704222

Pink muhly grass:

Muhlenbergia capillaris - is a plant native to the east coast.

http://plants.usda.gov/core/profile?symbol=muca2

http://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=MUCA2

I don't know why you would have to bring it in in the winter since it's hardy everywhere!

A.

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meadowyck

meadowyck
Brooksville, FL
(Zone 9a)

November 7, 2013
8:38 PM

Post #9704469

the pink muhly grass is new to me and FL is the only place I've seen it, I never saw it when I lived 100 south of where I'm at, the area I'm in now, it is everywhere.

I love the soft texture blowing in the sea breeze...It is beautiful.

Jan
Mipii
(Robin) Blissfield, MI
(Zone 6a)

November 7, 2013
9:48 PM

Post #9704493

Jan, the plant files say its hardy to zone 5 (I'm also into this pink zone thing) I was never a pink kinda girl but I guess I am now lol. If you have extra, I'd surely like to perform those hardiness trials in the midwest...just to watch it dance in the breeze.

Thanks for your input Amanda.
Robin

LazLo

LazLo
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

November 8, 2013
7:57 AM

Post #9704683

ŁazŁo will mark packets for these folks :

If I missed your request - - this thread is SO CRAZY!!! - - gimme a holler . . . I will be mailing my seeds to Amanda on Monday.

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


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Mipii
(Robin) Blissfield, MI
(Zone 6a)

November 8, 2013
2:40 PM

Post #9704895

Thanks Santa...is that your little one? LOL, too precious!

warriorswisdomkathy

warriorswisdomkathy
Kiowa, CO
(Zone 5b)

November 8, 2013
7:10 PM

Post #9705033

LOVE santa pix!!!!!!!

Is that Campanula pyramidalis white or blue Evelyn? If you have any extra seed I'ld love some too. My white C.p. is 2 years old now and not sure if it will come back next season and I never get seed as blooms usually get frosted before developing. They say to cut off the stalk as it's biennial and it will come back the next season but not sure how long I can do it..

Lazlo...I'd like some Blue Pea Vine and some of the really tall hollyhocks too if available. And what's this aka Bindweed that's blue (botanical????) Sounds interesting, can I try it too...is it invasive? Kathy
Pfg
(Pam) Warren, CT
(Zone 5b)

November 8, 2013
9:10 PM

Post #9705074

Thanks, LasLo! I'm just updating my lists- is there anything of mine you'd like?

Domehomedee

Domehomedee
Arroyo Grande, CA
(Zone 9a)

November 9, 2013
1:19 PM

Post #9705511

Lazlo - yes I love my lion's tail ! The perennial grows here well and the hummingbirds love it. I just discovered the annual kind last year.
Santa is adorable.
evelyn_inthegarden
Sierra Foothills, CA
(Zone 8a)

November 9, 2013
5:02 PM

Post #9705620

Pam if you have any of these seeds to spare, I would really like a few:

Petunia Axillaris- Diane 2013- Wild White Petunia
Petunia Storm White-Swallowtail 2013-pelleted, opened

Is there anything you might like from my list?


evelyn_inthegarden
Sierra Foothills, CA
(Zone 8a)

November 9, 2013
8:04 PM

Post #9705688

Domehomedee ~ May I please have the following seeds, if you have enough to spare:


Moonflower (3 seeds)
Leucanthemum x superbum "Tall Shasta Daisies"
Alcea ficifolia "Single black Hollyhocks"

Thank you!

Pfg
(Pam) Warren, CT
(Zone 5b)

November 9, 2013
10:07 PM

Post #9705736

Evelyn, I'll set those aside for you. I'd love some of your Campanula, if you have enough. Which color(s) do you have? I think it comes in blue and white, either of which would be great.. Also, your pale pink lupine sounds lovely.

Thanks!
Carolyn22
Athens, PA
(Zone 5b)

November 10, 2013
5:06 AM

Post #9705788

Evelyn - I too would be interested in your Campanula pyramidalis , if you have some seeds to spare.

Lanakila - I am not familiar with a blue lace flower - would you have a picture to share?

Domehome - would you have any of the Gaillardia grandiflora "dwarf yellow" left? I would be interested.

I also remember reading about white lupine - I cannot find it, but if there is some left, I would be interested.

I will double check to see if I can add any to my list.





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Domehomedee

Domehomedee
Arroyo Grande, CA
(Zone 9a)

November 10, 2013
9:44 AM

Post #9705949

Carolyn - I have lots of the dwarf gaillardia, I'm still picking them off the plant! I'll can put some in the return robin with your name of it.

I'm getting excited. Looks like there are going to be some real goodies in the robin this year.
Pfg
(Pam) Warren, CT
(Zone 5b)

November 10, 2013
10:12 AM

Post #9705966

Carolyn, I'm sorry to disappoint... I had some white. lupine seeds, but not a lot and they are spoken for. Maybe someone else has some?
Carolyn22
Athens, PA
(Zone 5b)

November 10, 2013
10:35 AM

Post #9705979

Dome - Thank you!

Pam - no worries. I was late in asking. :-)
Pfg
(Pam) Warren, CT
(Zone 5b)

November 10, 2013
10:37 AM

Post #9705983

There's always next year... :-)
Pfg
(Pam) Warren, CT
(Zone 5b)

November 10, 2013
1:20 PM

Post #9706100

Two updates to my haves list:

1. The tall wonderful salvia that looks like Victoria Blue on steroids turns out to be a hybrid, S Indigo Spires. I will post that on my list and also say so on the packet... No guarantee of what the seeds will produce :-(. I think I'll try it anyway.

2. My White Milkweed, new this summer, produced lovely seeds, and there were still quite a lot left on the plant. What a nice surprise!
evelyn_inthegarden
Sierra Foothills, CA
(Zone 8a)

November 10, 2013
1:22 PM

Post #9706101

Carolyn22 wrote:
Evelyn - I too would be interested in your Campanula pyramidalis , if you have some seeds to spare.



Carolyn ~ I am sorry, I do not have any more.
evelyn_inthegarden
Sierra Foothills, CA
(Zone 8a)

November 10, 2013
1:26 PM

Post #9706102

Pam ~ I would love to have some of your White Milkweed, if you have enough to share.

Please check my list to see if there is anything of interest to you.

AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

November 10, 2013
8:31 PM

Post #9706346

Pam - what species of milkweed are you talking about? Do you know that there are more than 100 species of milkweed in North America?! :D

AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

November 10, 2013
8:40 PM

Post #9706349

Well everybody:

I am sorry to be so late I have been running all weekend, and yes the excitement is building!

The Robin is going to take off with a lot of seed. I'm surprised by the volume already, so that's why I'm proposing we eliminate individual bags with bags inside.

In the past we have each been stuffing a bag full of bags of seed and putting our name on the outside of the bag to say, for example, "From AmandaEsq"

If our names are on a label inside the seed packet as requested to identify the species and season then I don't see why we should take up all that space with individual baggies.

If you are spectacular like Dee and Kathy (and many of you are!!!) and have multiple individual packets of a single species you might put a rubber band around them.

Also - pretend you are packing for your vacation, flatten out the ziplock bag before you seal it (like you are sitting on your suitcase before you zip it closed) and press the air out of the bag so as to make the contents that much more compact.

Because of the volume and tedium involved with going thru the entire box to pick out what you want, I think everyone could spend up to four days with the Robin on the first pass. It works out that way if you get it on the weekend anyway. And we will all be in the throes of holiday madness within a few weeks' time. Don't want you to feel any more anxious over the Robin and your obligations to the rest of the group.

Remember you will be hung in effigy in my garden and ostracized forever if you (1) keep the Robin for longer than four days or (2) fail to respond to Dmail, telephone message, or pounding on your door during your time with the Robin.

Does anything here sound off base?

Don't forget to let me know if you think so.

I've mentioned this before, at the risk of sounding preachy, that I expect each of you to treat the Robin as if you were packing the box for an individual trade. I take a lot of care when I send a package to someone else, and I am usually delighted with the way seed and plants come to me. I come away with either a positive impression of my DG trading partner or a "wow, I can't believe s/he sent this to me this way" impression.

Remember, labels inside individual ziploc packages of seed with the following information:

DG Member Name;
Species (common and botanical name); and
Season collected (2011-2013 ONLY)

Seems pretty simple.

Here is the tentative flight path Susie worked up for us this week:

AMANDAESQ---NC
Lanakila-----NC
czimmerman00---KY
Poisondartfrog (Alana)-----KY
VIBURNUMVALLY----KY
Meadowyck (Jan)----FL
LazLo------TX
CheerMom (Sue G) -----AZ
Domehomedee-----CA
Evelyn_in_the_Garden---CA
warriorswisdomkathy---CO
Iowhen----IA
mipii---MI
deejay9 (Susie)----MI
obliqua (Judy)---PA
luvsgrtdanes (Ronnie)PA
Kantzklan----PA
Carolyn22----PA
pfg (Pam)----NY
gardenseeder63-----NH
NisiNJ---NJ
Bluespiral-----MD

A couple of folks have dropped out. Please make sure you are accounted for on the flight path.

I haven't had a chance to look at the map to make sure that participants in individual states (for example, PA) are listed in sequential order so that the distance is the least and will minimize postage.

If you have an INDIVIDUAL TRADE there will be a separate bag to put them into.

There will also be a slip of paper in the bag where you must log your individual trade.

If there is a packet of seed in the individual trade bag earmarked for someone else, you are to keep your grimy greedy garden hands off. Logging individual trades will ensure (hopefully) that the seed you send to another participant gets where it's going.

Now is the time to point out any flaws or errors in this system!

Robin will ship by 4:30 p.m. EST on Tuesday, November 12, 2013.

A.
Mipii
(Robin) Blissfield, MI
(Zone 6a)

November 10, 2013
9:35 PM

Post #9706364

Sounds good, let the games begin!
Pfg
(Pam) Warren, CT
(Zone 5b)

November 11, 2013
3:18 AM

Post #9706430

Sorry, the tag was vague, just said White Milkweed. I just googled, and the closest match is A Variegata. It's about 4' tall, the flowers look like classic wild milkweed but white, and the pods also look like the ones I remember from fields in my childhood. They have the floss in them and brown seeds.

I bought it locally, and it's endangered here. I wonder if someone's trying to help the monarchs and re-distribute it? Maybe that's why the tag wasn't what we're used to from growers, listing all the pertinent growing info?

bluespiral

bluespiral

(Zone 7a)

November 11, 2013
4:01 AM

Post #9706439

Hello - Am getting a tad overwhelmed by various things going on in my life right now, so am withdrawing from this robin. Hope y'all have a great time and that the robin flies smoothly.
Mipii
(Robin) Blissfield, MI
(Zone 6a)

November 11, 2013
6:21 AM

Post #9706533

Sorry to hear Blue, I wish you well!
Robin

AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

November 11, 2013
6:39 AM

Post #9706556

Oh Blue, remember:

You don't have to put much of anything in to the Robin to participate.

I am making it less fun with all these demands. I feel like "the Seed Nazi" (pardon my expression).

Sigh.

If there is anybody left on this thread by the time I ship on Tuesday (holy heck that's tomorrow!!) I'll be surprised.

A.

p.s. going to raise the flag now in honor of my grampap on Veteran's day.
p.p.s. this is NOT the same pole from which I hang in effigy.

warriorswisdomkathy

warriorswisdomkathy
Kiowa, CO
(Zone 5b)

November 11, 2013
7:22 AM

Post #9706601

Yeah...

bluespiral

bluespiral

(Zone 7a)

November 11, 2013
2:20 PM

Post #9706874

Amanda, your rules look like an effective, innovative way to deal with some of the risks inherent in this type of swap - so I'm fine with those - everything about this swap looks great - wishing everyone well.

Honoring our troops and veterans and the ones we lost too

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Pfg
(Pam) Warren, CT
(Zone 5b)

November 11, 2013
3:04 PM

Post #9706896

Your rules are great!

Since I'm so far down the flight path, I'll be sending my contribution to Lanakila tomorrow. I finally got all those little devils cleaned, and can't wait to get rid of them, lol. I'll dmail the tracking info when I get it :-)

poisondartfrog

poisondartfrog
Barbourville, KY
(Zone 7a)

November 11, 2013
3:18 PM

Post #9706909

Rules are good, Amanda. Thank you for trying to maintain the integrity of the swap for everyone :)

iowhen

iowhen
Iowa City, IA
(Zone 5a)

November 11, 2013
3:34 PM

Post #9706919

Joe Pye seeds are so little and fluffy that if they were all in one baggie, they would float out every time it was opened. So I'm putting those guys into individual packets. I have the glassine envelopes which are lightweight and writing stays put on them.

I am *SO* *EXCITED* about the robin.

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Pfg
(Pam) Warren, CT
(Zone 5b)

November 11, 2013
4:15 PM

Post #9706952

Me too!

AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

November 11, 2013
4:17 PM

Post #9706953

Groovy.

I am one of "those" who don't know how to or aren't equipped or maybe lazy or fearful of pain (some of these seeds are very sharp!!!). I admit to having chaff on some of my seed. Note that I didn't make any rulz about chaff on seed.

heh.

Glassine envelopes I think are almost as good (maybe better!) than plastic zippies. Frankly I don't know if I will be ready for the Robin by tomorrow, so here goes hoping.

Noticed I lost some seed in our last wind/rain event. Was sorry to see it go. :/

Keep you posted. I know you're all on pins and needles. Have not heard from some folks in days. Lanakila? You out there? Will you be around to receive the Robin?

Mipii
(Robin) Blissfield, MI
(Zone 6a)

November 11, 2013
4:34 PM

Post #9706967

Yeah Amanda, I like your conscientious regimentation.
Carolyn22
Athens, PA
(Zone 5b)

November 11, 2013
4:36 PM

Post #9706969

Evelyn - that is ok. I know I asked late.

Carolyn

meadowyck

meadowyck
Brooksville, FL
(Zone 9a)

November 11, 2013
4:53 PM

Post #9706987

Rules are great, everyone knows what is expected and nothing to chance. I'm a rule person myself. I like order and know ahead of time on what is expected.

Plus it is out of respect for those coming in rotation after you.

Personally when I participated in the past, I went through the seeds that night...LOL and then took one more day to go through again.

Can't wait.

Is it Tuesday yet??????

Jan
evelyn_inthegarden
Sierra Foothills, CA
(Zone 8a)

November 11, 2013
8:55 PM

Post #9707156

Amanda ~ Does that mean that you will call each of us when we get the robin? Do you have my phone number? And milkweed? :-)

AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

November 11, 2013
9:58 PM

Post #9707184

Evelyn..I will only call you if you are keeping the Robin captive longer than you're supposed to (some can go thru in an afternoon, some will need more time).we've had people disappear. When we can't raise a response we get antsy.

Yes, I have your milkweed! Ju said he sent some. I don't know what you still need. Let me know.

A.

P.s. It's Tuesday.

juhur7

juhur7
Anderson, IN
(Zone 6a)

November 11, 2013
10:52 PM

Post #9707202

Hey amanda , How about a new mind , another 50 years to do what I want , win the the national Lottery ,, My needs are vast !!!LOL :-)
You said curvassia or tropical , or red milkweed , seeds or plants as you said , eithers good ,,
I've started my winter sow with 24 containers , and still have the 4,5 , seeds ,seed packs to try , about 50 ???
That is not including Daylily ,, Milk jug festival for winter boredom ??

#1 MUSTARD PLANT BLOMING EARLIER TODAY
OTHERS , TONIGHT !!!

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AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

November 12, 2013
7:18 AM

Post #9707431

Hey Everybody!

Posting from the vet's office. Looks like the cats got into it overnight. Somebody's eyeball was swollen up this morning. -sigh-

They are determined to bankrupt me!

Will post later.

Thanks for the photos Ju. We have weather coming tonight. Don't know if i'll be able to maintain the castor bean under the circus tent or not. :/

A.

deejay9

deejay9
(susie) Hastings, MI
(Zone 5a)

November 12, 2013
7:21 AM

Post #9707435

So Happy Ya know I thought the kids had Burned My Nicotiana sylvestris Seeds I had Drying in a Brown paper bag well I Found the Bag this morning while out in the Potting shed
so I will be putting some in the robin . anyone before me wanting any I will be happy to send to you.

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meadowyck

meadowyck
Brooksville, FL
(Zone 9a)

November 12, 2013
7:58 AM

Post #9707456

When I lived up north this was my first year of winter sowing, by the time I finished I ended up with 120 milk jugs, and wouldn't you know everyone of them sprouted seeds...LOL like to killed myself trying to get them planted through the summer.

Jan

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(Pam) Warren, CT
(Zone 5b)

November 12, 2013
10:02 AM

Post #9707525

This is my up-dated list, with everyone's requests added. I'm all set to mail it out to the first person on the flight path, once I know for sure where Amanda has mailed the robin.

Please let me know if I've missed anything!

Evelyn, did I get to you before you ran out of Campanula pyramidalis? And do you still have pale pink lupines? Thanks!

WWKathy, I'm mailing to you separately when everything is ready.

HAVES- COMMERCIAL
Cosmos Psyche White- Swallowtail 2013, 4-6' opened
Marigold Starfire-T&M 2012(?)- red, yellow, gold mix, 6-8"
Sunflower the Joker-Park 2011- Mix of semi-double and double flowers, Red, orange, brown, gold and all the bicolors in between, to 6'.
Zinnia Benary's Giant Wine-Swallowtail 2011- 3'- opened
Zinnia Haageana Persian Carpet Mix- Park 2011
Poppy Coral Reef-T&M 2013- z3-8, Coral Pink, 2'-3'
Morning Glory Glacier Star-Renee's 2011. Heirloom, pale blue, light blue star- opened

VEG
Beets-Italian,T&M 2013- Da Orto Paonazza D'Egitto
Beet Gourmet Blend- BotanicalInterests 2011
Peas Super Snappy- Burpee's 2011- 65 days, doesn't need support
Squash Summer Scallop Trio- Renee's 2012- Pattypans
Tomato Mortgage Lifter- Burpee 2012


FROM MY GARDEN- all seeds from 2013
Lupine Russell Blue
Hesperis Matronalis- Assorted Colors
Salvia Azurea
Ceratotheca triloba, White
Zinnia Envy
Echinacea Green Jewel, that's the all green one
Verbascum Wedding Candles– 4-5'. White candelabras, cut back for re-bloom
Salvia Indigo Spires, Hybrid (may not come true)-Zone 7 or Annual, to 4'
White Milkweed- could be A Variegata, to 4' with white flowers.
Platycodon Hakone White-double flowers, to 42"
Platycodon Miss Tilly-Blue, 6-8". Zones 6-8
Salvia Azurea- Sky Blue, 3-6' Zones 5-9
Echinacea White Swan
Salvia May Night

FROM TRADES
Scabiosa caucasia -Trade 2012- White
Scabiosa columbaria-Trade 2013- Blue
Sunflower Tall Black Seeded- Trade 2013
X. Zinnia Oklahoma Ivory- Trade 2013 (6 seeds)

WANTS
Campanula Chimney Bellflower- Evelyn?
Campanula Blue Clips, White Clips
Ceratotheca Triloba various colors, have white
Digitalis Pam's Choice
Lobelia Cambridge Blue
Larkspur (annual, not Delphinium)
Lupines, Russell series, warm colors if poss, or mixed OK- LazLo
Nicotiana alata, white or pink
Nicotianas, dwarf
Petunia Easy Wave
Torenia Kauai White
Basil- LazLo
Basil Salad Leaf
Pickling Cucumbers- Diva, Persian little fingers (Renee's)

FOR ME
Salvia Coccinea Coral Nymph--AmandaEsq
Ammi Visagna White, 6'-- WWK
Lobelia Crystal Palace, Russell series Lupines, Genovese Basil- LazLo


For DJ9-
Hesperis Matronalis
Lupine Russell Blue
Lupine Gallery White

For Evelyn_.in_the_Garden-
Lupine Gallery White
Petunia Axillaris- Diane 2013- Wild White Petunia
Petunia Storm White-Swallowtail 2013-pelleted, opened
White Milkweed- May be A. Variegata, White flowers, to 4'

For Mipii
Sunflower Italian White- T&M 2011 4'
Sunflower Cinnamon Sun-Renee's 2012-5'-7'



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Domehomedee

Domehomedee
Arroyo Grande, CA
(Zone 9a)

November 12, 2013
10:47 AM

Post #9707548

Evelyn - I just spotted your request for the 3 Moonflower seeds, Shasta daisies, and black hollyhocks. I will get them packed up for you today so I don't forget.

Now that the robin is about to take-off I think I should go through my "share" stash and make sure it is in order. I'm glad to say there isn't too much left in there, except for enough Asclepias curassavica, fennel, and marigolds to seed all of California.

I do have 5 new catapillers in my yard this week and I found a itty bitty one in the bag of seed I collected yesterday. I'm planting at least an area the size of one of those tri-pod waterers in Asclepias next year. It's one of the few plants the deer don't bother.

Dee,
friend of bees and butterflies
evelyn_inthegarden
Sierra Foothills, CA
(Zone 8a)

November 12, 2013
12:16 PM

Post #9707616

Dee ~ Well, then...maybe I could also have a pinch of your milkweed. Ju has sent me some and Amanda will be, too. I am hoping to have a new patch of ground just for the assorted milkweeds so I can attract more butterflies. The bees are very happy with the rosemary plants all around as it seems as though one starts blooming when the other ones stop.

And the deer don't eat them, though occassionally they will clean their antlers with them, so there will be branches lying about. What is nice about rosemary is if it is either deer damage (slight) or my pruning (sometimes severe), they always fill in nicely. In this climate, I just can't go wrong with this plant. But me, I need a variety of plants. They don't seem to attract the butterflies much though...
evelyn_inthegarden
Sierra Foothills, CA
(Zone 8a)

November 12, 2013
12:20 PM

Post #9707618

Pam ~ I am sorry; I am out of Chimney Bellflower.

AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

November 12, 2013
12:36 PM

Post #9707632

Hey everybody:

I'm still posting from the road - I'm going to make it easy on myself and ship the Robin in the morning.

Our weather has turned bad this afternoon, and I'm working myself into an anxious mess with some road rage on top.

Pam - my intention was to ship to Lanakila. However, I haven't heard from her for a while ... This is where the phone number comes in handy. But see I don't have one of those for her either. :/

Will see if I can get her tonight.

Thanks for playing.
A.



Pfg
(Pam) Warren, CT
(Zone 5b)

November 12, 2013
2:15 PM

Post #9707704

Amanda, OK, no problem, I'll wait until you're sure where it's going :-). I'm happy to be a part of your inaugural hosting, lol.

Evelyn, I thought that might be the case. Do you still have pink lupines? They sound lovely.
Mipii
(Robin) Blissfield, MI
(Zone 6a)

November 12, 2013
2:23 PM

Post #9707712

PM, do you have you any spare Sunflower Cinnamon Sun and Italian White? I'd really love some if you do! Thanks.
Robin
Mipii
(Robin) Blissfield, MI
(Zone 6a)

November 12, 2013
2:27 PM

Post #9707716

Jan, nice job...this is my first year winter sowing. What do you do with the milk jugs after they're planted, taped and labeled?

AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

November 12, 2013
4:17 PM

Post #9707764

We had snow on my way back to the house!!!

meadowyck

meadowyck
Brooksville, FL
(Zone 9a)

November 12, 2013
6:03 PM

Post #9707835

Mipii

They sat out on the back porch during the winter. That was the beautiful of WS, once you get the jugs cut, (that was the worst), then I put coconut coil inside, then the seeds, number the jug, log into my sheet, then tape, then set outside. A lot of work up front, but when spring comes and they all start sprouting it is so exciting.

Jannnnn

Domehomedee

Domehomedee
Arroyo Grande, CA
(Zone 9a)

November 12, 2013
6:12 PM

Post #9707844

Evelyn,
By the time the robin gets to me I'll have several types of butterfly weed. I'll put a little of each in for you. I was going to say "wow, you are really out in the sticks" but after looking at Google maps I've decided you're in a really nice area, even if it is in the sticks, LOL. You're after me in line so you'll have first pick of my seeds. I'll put some in I think you might want and then if you don't you can just leave them in the robin.

The weather is changing here too. I'm madly trying to get my flower garden cleaned up before the rain hits. I don't use many chemicals in my yard, but I do use pre-emergent in the rock pathways in Fall. I have so many weeds germinating now that the ground isn't drying out.
Mipii
(Robin) Blissfield, MI
(Zone 6a)

November 12, 2013
7:47 PM

Post #9707925

Thanks so much for sharing your expertise Jannnnn!

Domehomedee

Domehomedee
Arroyo Grande, CA
(Zone 9a)

November 12, 2013
8:55 PM

Post #9707947

A note to all of those in front of me in line for the robin. I have more seed to add when it gets to me if need be, take what you want of those labeled "Domehomedee". I still have lots of seed to share and this is my last trade for the year.
evelyn_inthegarden
Sierra Foothills, CA
(Zone 8a)

November 12, 2013
9:41 PM

Post #9707958

Dee ~ Thank you very much for your generosity! :-)
evelyn_inthegarden
Sierra Foothills, CA
(Zone 8a)

November 12, 2013
9:45 PM

Post #9707959

Amanda ~ It's gonna' be OK...really! I know you are trying your best to make it perfect, but we are not out for perfect, but for fun and gardening.

Please relax, you are in front of millions of people, but none of them are dressed! Um...properly... :-)

juhur7

juhur7
Anderson, IN
(Zone 6a)

November 12, 2013
10:02 PM

Post #9707965

Evelyn'' That's all right ! because their all hidden by all the foliage and blooms !!!:-)
Apology -- I just had to ):-)

This message was edited Nov 13, 2013 2:03 AM
Pfg
(Pam) Warren, CT
(Zone 5b)

November 13, 2013
5:37 AM

Post #9708073

Mipii, your seeds are marked. Enjoy!

bluespiral

bluespiral

(Zone 7a)

November 13, 2013
5:46 AM

Post #9708085

Evelyn & Ju - lol! - gotta find something amusing about all these naked branches

Amanda, ditto on the robin will be fine

Mipii
(Robin) Blissfield, MI
(Zone 6a)

November 13, 2013
6:24 AM

Post #9708127

evelyn_inthegarden wrote:
Please relax, you are in front of millions of people, but none of them are dressed! Um...properly... :-)


That's pretty darn funny!

Thanks Pam, I noticed I shortened your name...I must've thought 3 letters were too many...I can be an idiot without provocation. Is there anything I have you'd like?

AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

November 13, 2013
7:17 AM

Post #9708166

Ha ha ha - you are all a bunch of jokesters.

I was then fretting because I hadn't heard from Lanakila yet.

Thought about calling Susie and saying" what do I do!?"

But the point is that I do not have her telephone number. And I haven't heard from her. Therefore if I don't hear from her by 4:00 p.m. today I will ship to the next person on the list.

I guess I need to start that new thread, but not till she ships!

Ahoy!

Who's next in line?

A.

meadowyck

meadowyck
Brooksville, FL
(Zone 9a)

November 13, 2013
7:41 AM

Post #9708180

Amanda,

If you don't hear from her at the appointed time, ship to the next, in the meantime should she contact you, she can be added to the end of the ship order, as were we doing a 2nd round?

not to fret so much, we most certainly appreciate what you are doing and trying to do when you don't hear back.

All is good, lets get that baby in the mail...

Jan

AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

November 13, 2013
8:00 AM

Post #9708206

Oh yeah - it's just fine. I'm home today, the sky is blue. :)

Traffic yesterday was just a beast, and the snow - heard this morning it's the earliest recorded in NC history. In this region anyway.

Lanakila will get it last if I don't hear from her. Then it will come back to me, and the second round will commence!

I just stepped away from the machine for a couple of minutes when the crazy neighbor lady rang the bell. My computer took that opportunity to restart itself (wicked, wicked!!!) and I lost what was the start of the new thread. :D

I'm telling ya'!

No end to the shenanigans here. The eyeball kitty now has oral antibiotic and ointment antibiotic/steroid for both eyeballs. What a drag. Afraid the other cats will get it - it's essentially the cat flu. He's in a crate in the kitchen. Wonder if I have to lock him up in my bedroom. It's a damned revolving door.

Will check back later.

A.

AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

November 13, 2013
10:20 AM

Post #9708282

New Thread:

http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/t/1341445/
http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/t/1341445/
http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/t/1341445/

meadowyck

meadowyck
Brooksville, FL
(Zone 9a)

November 13, 2013
12:45 PM

Post #9708359

take care when treating the cat that you don't get it. Hope you are wearing gloves when administering the ointment.

Jan
evelyn_inthegarden
Sierra Foothills, CA
(Zone 8a)

November 13, 2013
8:02 PM

Post #9708620

Amanda ~ Do you have enough Eupatorium rugosum 'Chocolate' to spare? Or is it too late?
Mipii
(Robin) Blissfield, MI
(Zone 6a)

November 13, 2013
8:53 PM

Post #9708645

Evelyn, I'm putting some Eupatorium 'Chocolate' into the Robin, do you want your name on some?
evelyn_inthegarden
Sierra Foothills, CA
(Zone 8a)

November 13, 2013
10:12 PM

Post #9708667

Oh, yes please! Thanks a bunch! :-)
Mipii
(Robin) Blissfield, MI
(Zone 6a)

November 14, 2013
7:43 AM

Post #9708849

Done!

AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

November 14, 2013
6:18 PM

Post #9709205

I put some in there too.
evelyn_inthegarden
Sierra Foothills, CA
(Zone 8a)

November 17, 2013
12:27 PM

Post #9711108

Thank you, Amanda!
evelyn_inthegarden
Sierra Foothills, CA
(Zone 8a)

November 21, 2013
8:30 PM

Post #9714040

Oops!

This message was edited Nov 21, 2013 8:31 PM

AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

November 22, 2013
8:49 AM

Post #9714293

Open sesame. :D
evelyn_inthegarden
Sierra Foothills, CA
(Zone 8a)

November 22, 2013
11:03 AM

Post #9714352

Amanda ~ You are such a sweet genie! :-)

AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

November 22, 2013
4:27 PM

Post #9714531

Salami, salami, baloney. :D

LazLo

LazLo
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

November 23, 2013
9:17 AM

Post #9715002

Why was this thread opened again?

AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

November 23, 2013
6:55 PM

Post #9715299

Because Evelyn wanted to amend her haves and wants. Sorry for any confusion.

juhur7

juhur7
Anderson, IN
(Zone 6a)

November 23, 2013
7:47 PM

Post #9715321

Well then I guess the amend has been( "Amen" ed ) and this thread is given an amen .
(sigh) Time to let it rest in peace ... for winter anyway ...
evelyn_inthegarden
Sierra Foothills, CA
(Zone 8a)

November 23, 2013
9:23 PM

Post #9715348

OMG!! I did not think that everyone would make such a big deal out of this. I thought that everyone would want to use this thread for "haves and wants", not just me.

juhur7

juhur7
Anderson, IN
(Zone 6a)

November 23, 2013
10:25 PM

Post #9715364

We are playing , we are bored , lol , but then such as it is , might be only me ,myself , and I , that are bored , Of course if I (we) invited the id, the erg , and the ergo , we would have a little less than half of (we) gathered ...

Hi Evelyn , as previous , us , we , and the many , are playing ,,lol enjoy

By the way ,
I don't know which I would like more a new Mercedes (which phones of phony are trying to sell me , all the time) or a good old fashioned hot pad for my cold winter feet ..(which I don't seem to have a the moment.)
Oh well . I'm still cleaning seeds , see,,, I did remember what this is about ...

meadowyck

meadowyck
Brooksville, FL
(Zone 9a)

November 23, 2013
10:37 PM

Post #9715368

Oh do tell what seeds you are cleaning?

Jan

juhur7

juhur7
Anderson, IN
(Zone 6a)

November 23, 2013
10:43 PM

Post #9715372

Wildflowers ? Basil not many , cucumbers ... lemon . most , a few Blonde ..
Standard seeds;
Hibiscus
Gaillardia
Coreopsis
Penstemon
Marigolds ;stuff like that , you know ..

LazLo

LazLo
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

November 24, 2013
3:58 AM

Post #9715433

Evelyn, I am not making a big deal of it. I am just wondering why folks just don't just use EDIT to do any changes they have.

AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

November 24, 2013
4:48 AM

Post #9715440

Okay let's stop right there. I'm going to borrow from Planet Fitness and call this a no judgment zone.

Let's move on shall we? Haves and wants never go away. My mistake to close the thread. Remember Rule #11.

A.
evelyn_inthegarden
Sierra Foothills, CA
(Zone 8a)

November 30, 2013
2:07 PM

Post #9719074

Pfg wrote:This is my up-dated list, with everyone's requests added. I'm all set to mail it out to the first person on the flight path, once I know for sure where Amanda has mailed the robin.

Please let me know if I've missed anything!

Evelyn, did I get to you before you ran out of Campanula pyramidalis? And do you still have pale pink lupines? Thanks!



I am sorry it took so long to respond. (I did run out of the Campanula) The lupine seeds did not come out so good. They were left in the pods to dry, and usually, they curl up and release their seeds. That did not happen. I must have picked them too green or something as they were stuck in the pods dry. I tried to get them out but they just broke in two or into parts, so I should have checked these before I offered them. It was quite a disappointment to me as well as they were quite pretty.

If you still have some of your blue lupines left, if you can spare them, may I have just a few?

Thank you,

Evelyn

P.S. I may have some 'Pam's Choice' laying around in that pile of seeds. If I find them, I will send you some as well.


Pfg wrote:HAVES- COMMERCIAL

FROM MY GARDEN- all seeds from 2013
Lupine Russell Blue

WANTS -
Campanula Chimney Bellflower- Evelyn? Sorry, out!
Digitalis Pam's Choice - May have some...

For Evelyn_.in_the_Garden-
Lupine Gallery White
Petunia Axillaris- Diane 2013- Wild White Petunia
Petunia Storm White-Swallowtail 2013-pelleted, opened
White Milkweed- May be A. Variegata, White flowers, to 4'


Thank you!!



Pfg
(Pam) Warren, CT
(Zone 5b)

November 30, 2013
7:45 PM

Post #9719218

Thanks Evelyn, I sent you a dmail.

deejay9

deejay9
(susie) Hastings, MI
(Zone 5a)

December 1, 2013
7:43 AM

Post #9719485

Has anyone any of these seeds ?
Nagoya Flowering Red Kale or other flowering kale
RED LYCHNIS Red Rose Campion Coronaria / Catchfly
MEXICAN SUNFLOWER 'TORCH' Tithonia Rotundifolia
WINGSTEM / YELLOW IRONWEED Verbesina Alternifolia
HIMALAYAN BLUE POPPY (Tibetan) Meconopsis Betonicifolia
FALSE INDIGO (Dwarf Wild Indigo) Amorpha Nana
PURPLE IRONWEED Vernonia Fasciculata
WHITE WILD INDIGO (False Indigo) Baptisia Alba
WHITE QUEEN CLEOME (Spider Flower) Cleome Hasslerana
GIANT YELLOW HYSSOP Agastache Nepetoides
Hens & Chicks Poppy Papaver somniferum
White Valenciano Pumpkin or baby boo

Carolyn22
Athens, PA
(Zone 5b)

December 1, 2013
4:52 PM

Post #9719708

Susie

I was never able to tell is my white Hyssop was the Nepetoides that you mention or the scrophulariifolia. I have a white hyssop that grows 4ft or so tall. When I originally planted it, I did get a 7' plant the first couple of years, but now, I would guess - 4 possibly 5 feet tall. I think perhaps the original plant has been gone since those original years and that I have some of the offspring.

In any event - I would be happy to save you some of the seeds. It is a wonderful bee magnet and I love the beautiful white bracts that come every August.

Let me know if you are interested.

Carolyn

AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

December 1, 2013
8:16 PM

Post #9719823

Susie - I have the Tithonia - I forgot to send them.

I also have some seed for LazLo from his want list that I neglected to include. Wah!

Don't worry kiddies, Santa will be good to you.

A.

Domehomedee

Domehomedee
Arroyo Grande, CA
(Zone 9a)

December 1, 2013
8:54 PM

Post #9719834

Anyone interested in Asclepias physocarpa (family jewels)? I am harvesting seeds daily, I'm afraid they might naturalize if I let the seeds loose in the pasture, so I'm trying to catch most of them.
Mipii
(Robin) Blissfield, MI
(Zone 6a)

December 1, 2013
9:55 PM

Post #9719847

No thanks Dee, we have a PG13 garden here. I appreciate the offer though...LOL!

LazLo was looking for some.

LazLo

LazLo
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

December 2, 2013
2:42 AM

Post #9719877

Thanks to pdf, I have plenty of HB seeds.

Thumbnail by LazLo
Click the image for an enlarged view.

deejay9

deejay9
(susie) Hastings, MI
(Zone 5a)

December 2, 2013
4:53 AM

Post #9719912

DEE i see they would be an annual here they are very differ then the ones we have so i would take a chance with then .

Carolyn :Guess it dose not matter the color just looking for olants to fill in a spot in the yard where we do not mow & Thought it would be a great place for a Bee & Butterfly Garden , for the last 2 yrs it has attacted the sphinx moths right now it has just a few Butterfly bushes .

so any plants that will grow 24" & Taller for that area oh some Amarantha seeds also I love the short pointsetta one

AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

December 2, 2013
7:31 AM

Post #9720025

Dee - I'm always looking for more MW seed. ;)

BTW - did you ever get the package I sent? Not sure if I can trust my BF to deliver my mail to the box or not. :/

Domehomedee

Domehomedee
Arroyo Grande, CA
(Zone 9a)

December 2, 2013
9:01 AM

Post #9720098

Opps, didn't I say thank-you. Thank-you so much.

AmandaEsq

AmandaEsq
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7b)

December 2, 2013
7:40 PM

Post #9720396

You're welcome - just having trouble keeping track of some of the old trades I've finally completed. Haven't gotten a response from a couple of people who probably totally forgot I was supposed to send stuff. :D

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