Thanks Dave, Now I will have easy access to whatever made it through this WI winter. I am sure the spiderwort, Kwanso daylily,mums...will love to travel to new places. It is so much fun to know that starts of orange daisy mums that I got from my sister 20+ years ago are already growing coast to coast,they travel much more than I do .Marcia
Thanks Dave! I got my beginnings with plant trading and somehow got caught onto seed trading, too..lol.
Hey Marcia, I was just wondering the same thing as you..which plants survived the winter! As I walked around outside today, I was surprised that many things have stayed green or have kept their color (bamboo, black mondo grass, obedient plant, etc..). It's funny that this forum was just started because it crossed my mind earlier as I looked at the plants..wow, I could have a good plant trade season in the making! Wow, does this line of thinking ever stop?..lol.
This is such a great place to be. :) I am into plants big time and love to try my hand at things I have never grown before. I think I am going to make a lot of new friends here and have a great time trading. I'll try to get my list up in the next couple of days.
count me in guys. now I just have to put everything in my journal and wait to see what comes up so I can remember what I have planted. I do know that I have just about every perenial that grows in south jersey,so if your looking for something specific let me know. Oh yeah.THANKS DAVE!!! ( when exactly do you sleep?)
I hope this doesn't sound terribly ungrateful, but do you think we could eventually have a chat room? Real time chat is lots of fun and you can get your answer to some questions right then instead of having to check your computer later (sometimes over and over). If no one in the chatroom has an answer (and certainly trades couldn't be done there) then the forums and trade pages would still be the way to go.