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Please post your desires and what you are bringing in this thread.
I'm bringing lots of Rose of Sharon starts, some Mimosa starts, yellow iris(I think I remember where the yellow ones were), and maybe some daylily starts. It will all depend on how well I do with the digging and potting. I may be able to find some Beauty Berry bush starts too.
I am bringing 1 succlent start, might get more made thou, some purple/white irises that smell like grapes, lavender/yellow irises and other purple irises, some orange daylilies, if I can find them I will also bring some blush colored irises too. My grandma is hopefully still coming and she is bringing some irises and mimosa trees for sure. She might bring other plants too and I will ask her when she gets back in town.
Eva, I would love to have a couple of the mimosa and I just love Rose of Sharon... thanks... what can I bring for you?
Also I posted a link to the main thread above, but what I did was post a link to the Round Up Forum thread... I did not realize there were two threads with that header... lol.. silly me... here is the link to the main thread in the Central Midwest Gardening Forum:
I talked to my grandma today and so far she is giving me suprise lilies, tiger lilies, irises, sedum (i think) and a few other plants. She is going to try to do a yucca or 2 if anyone is interested. Oh, and if anyone wants garlic she is more than willing to dig that up too.
Does anyone who is coming have any coral peonies I could beg a start of. We have a couple of pinks, some whites, and a red if it survived the drought. I think we lost some pink ones to it. I would also like some Lady's Friend iris rhizomes if anyone has them.
I am wanting some information on how to plant Bacopa Suter cordata from a stem that you break off of another plant. Or where to buy the seeds to plant in time to have them vining by the time it is to plant outside in our area. We live in Centralia, IL. the last frost for us is around May 10th. I have some plants now that are vining and I would like to pinch a vine off and figure out how to plant it so that it will get roots and grow. Any help anyone can give will be greatly appreciated. You can e-mail me at: email@example.com thanks in Advance