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weed_woman
Coffs Harbour
Australia

May 3, 2008
9:18 AM

Post #4900045

We'll see how this works out.
The idea is to list an item you want, or have, to swap or trade. You don't have to list it here, but can keep a trades list in your Blog.
Those of you that know how, can add a link to your tradeslist like this http://davesgarden.com/community/trading/list.php?member=weed_woman
Now, only post once, and if you wish to add or delete a swap/trade item, just edit your post!
You can do this by clicking on "Edit" which is just under your name in the lefthand box, then changing, adding or deleting items and text.
Now I don't want to have to tell people off, so NO CHAT
Also, you can't edit a picture, as far as I know, so you needn't add one unless you can't help yourself.
This thread shouldn't get too long if we all stick to the rules ok? But if all fails, we will just start a new one.
The only plants I am interested in at this point are bromeliad pups and palm seeds, and now the Mexican Tree fern seeds, added 9/7/08 - gourd seeds, lipstick palm seeds If anyone has any to spare, have a look at the link above to see what I have to offer. I will be updating it periodically.
Sue
(All thanks to KK for suggesting this in a prior thread)

Have replied to Annette via dmail 6/5/08
Have helped out Jean with yellow nerines 8/5/08


bumping by editing doesn't work!

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77sunset
Merino
Australia

May 5, 2008
3:12 AM

Post #4907566

I don't have much to trade but I do have plenty of lovely daylilies. They will quickly multiply. Are very hardy, some dying down in winter and coming back in spring. If the weather is mild they will not die right away , just shed some leaves and put on new growth.

I also have plenty of irises. These are a mix of colors and some are older heritage varieties.These are not named.

I have epiphyllum and zygocactus / schlumbergera cuttings also.

Seeds from honesty, wallflowers and valerian as they die off each year.






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annette68
Townsville
Australia
(Zone 10a)

May 5, 2008
11:27 AM

Post #4908332

Sue What palm seeds are you chasing?, there are heaps of different varieties around this town that are always setting seeds, I have foxtail palms that always have seeds on them.

Cheers Annette
77sunset
Merino
Australia

May 6, 2008
10:07 PM

Post #4915768

I forgot to add what I would like.
White Chistmas Lilies . Any Asiatic or Oriental Lilums.
I do have some red/ orange Nerines to trade












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chrissy100

chrissy100
Sydney
Australia

May 12, 2008
1:48 AM

Post #4938818

I have:
Russian Sage (rooted pieces).Flowers for months.
Parovskia Atriplicifolia.
Kaelkitty
Adelaide
Australia
(Zone 10a)

May 29, 2008
3:27 AM

Post #5018507

IMPORTANT UPDATE - June 2009

I expect to be back trading plants again by Spring. Please check out my available plants here: http://davesgarden.com/community/trading/list.php?list=have&member=Kaelkitty and my wanted list here: http://davesgarden.com/community/trading/list.php?list=want&member=Kaelkitty. I have a lot of other plants as well as the ones on the list. Please check out my journal or enquire via DMail. If you check out my journal (Click on my name in colour just to the left of this post, then go down to where it says "Read Kaelkitty's Gardener's Journal (1913 items)" and click. The "Read Journal" link will give you access to all my plants - it's still a bit of a work in progress as I have about 200 entries still to do in the Cacti section plus a lot of updating to do.

Ciao, KK.

PS I have developed an interest in Lachenalias, but I now have most of the common ones. I will have swaps at the end of the season for some species if you have any unusual species to trade OR if you would just like some bulbs of Lachenalia aloides 'Aurea', Lachenalia aloides var. quadricolor, or Lachenalia mutabilis please DMail me

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chrysies
Bendigo
Australia

June 29, 2008
1:46 AM

Post #5175385

Hi all, Glenys here from Bendigo. I am looking for someone that has large white Chrysanthemum cuttings, around August of course. I want the really pure white varieties, but nothing in Spiders or Quills, they make bunches messy. I don't have anything to trade but am really happy to pay for the cuttings. I only need around 10, so if there is someone out there that can help, please let me know. Just so you know, it is freezing here today, not happy!!

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garden4grace
Bendigo
Australia

July 29, 2008
10:44 AM

Post #5336888

can trade succulent cuttings . looking for cuttings of zygo cactus or epiphyllium. location Bendigo
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chrissy100

chrissy100
Sydney
Australia

September 13, 2008
6:02 AM

Post #5545699

Brugmansia/Angels Trumpets ... cuttings to swap
***********************************
Alphonse Mucha (creamy velvet bloom wonderful honey scent)
Frosty Pink
Zabaglione
Versicolor Peach
Elfin Pink
Sugar Pink
Old Sydney Apricot noid
Musketeer
****Many beautiful brugs (noid) bloomed seedlings my own doubles and semi doubles/*cuttings available next Spring*.
Sorry the weather has been too dreadful this season.*****
If you see one you like d.mail me
****************************
***********
Also
Rhipsalidopsis. deep red &orange cuttings.
Twisted willow cuttings (ideal for dry and fresh flower arrangements.)


Fragolo (the original Italian one) cuttings June/July
Pink honeysuckle cuttings (grows easily from cuttings) Spring
Blue Potato creeper (grows easily from cuttings) spring
Rangoon creeper Cuttings grow from August to Sept
Bougainvillea * cuttings various colours, *hot orange,
*yellow , *white, *different pinks etc. Cuttings best grown in summer.
Many other types of plant cuttings/seeds ...ask me ^_^

***Wanting ***

Yam tubers
Asian herbs and vegetable seeds
Herb seeds or roots
Day lily
Iochroma seeds or cuttings
Salvia seeds or cuttings.
Exotic passionfruit seed
Chilli seeds
Elephant Ears
Bromiliad pups
Exotic fruit seeds ...tropical and subtropical.
Datura seeds
Blue ginger
Cordylines

Sorry Sue please Don't hit me ...I forgot that I posted once before.^_^















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weed_woman
Coffs Harbour
Australia

September 13, 2008
8:24 AM

Post #5545758

Wee wah, wee wah, wee wah, quick, hide, it's the double posting police! The jig is up chrissy! you're under arrest! LOL. Sometimes you have to post twice, because the thread doesn't bump if you just Edit, so at least it brings it to our attention. Now, whos going to bust me for posting? I think it's done well to have lasted this long and I think you all deserve a pat on the back.
NO RESPONSE REQUIRED!

Marleneann

Marleneann
Sunshine Coast
Australia

October 13, 2008
10:21 AM

Post #5665108

Wanted
Cordyline cuttings...

Tradelist
I have a:
Rhipsalis houlletiana
Alsobia Cygnet
Heliconia stricta 'Dwarf Jamaican'
Oncidium Orchid
Staghorn leaf fern

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MyaC
Magnetic Island
Australia
(Zone 11)

November 8, 2008
12:15 AM

Post #5764507

Ok, I'm after any colour Nerium Oleander... cuttings or plants

I have to trade
Brugmansia (Angel Trumpet) pretty well all the colours going in Australia
Frangipani..white,red,tri -colour...
Desert rose... red and pink



Thanks Brica1...I have all the colour Oleanders now,you are so generous...thankyou :))))

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LApalms
Redondo Beach, CA
(Zone 11)

November 28, 2008
4:23 AM

Post #5837283

Chrissy, there are so many sages, and they are so wonderful! I fell in love with them, and planted them in various sizes and designed to bloom 365 in one of my designs. SO many colors...

http://harvestgarden.org/nativeplants.html

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cowpea123
Coushatta, LA

November 28, 2008
5:06 PM

Post #5838244

Does any one have hardy eucalyptus seeds they would like to trade? My winter temps average 40 degsF lows with some lows in the teens.I have or can get seeds to many plants native to my state(louisianna)or seeds of southern heirloom annuals or perennails.If you like oaks I can get seed for eleven species native to my area.
pogonantha
el arish, FNQ
Australia

December 31, 2008
7:35 AM

Post #5946705

Hello, I have various cordylines, brugmansias, heliconias, gingers, costus and alocasias I'm willing to swap for broms. Neos and Bilbergias in particular.
PM me if you're interested :) Thanks!!! Ann
shellyto4kids
melbourne
Australia

January 13, 2009
9:35 PM

Post #6001744

i have the following if anyone would like any seeds:
bronze shades sunflowers
violet honey myrtle - melaleuca radula
wild iris - dietes gradiflora
black passionfruit - passiflora edulis
banana passionfruit - passiflora mollissima
blue crown passionfruit - passiflora caerulea
midnight blue lobelia - lobelia erinus
verbascum blateri
blue wonder catmint - nepeta x faassenii
white sweet pea
flanders poppies
opium poppies
Budgieman
Sydney
Australia

January 26, 2009
3:36 AM

Post #6051605

Hey all.
Have some Dodonaea viscosa 'Purpurea' (Hopbush) seeds if anyone is interested.
Cheers
Steve
LeisaD
Brisbane
Australia

March 6, 2009
11:55 AM

Post #6228403

Hi All, DMail me if you want more info.

I've got the following to swap with folks in Australia:
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Bromeliad pups - these will be available again in Nov/Dec 2009:
Neo: Debbie, Lila, Beef Steak, spectabilis/FingerNail, carolinae, Alley Cat, Sheba, Red Gold, Honolulu hybrid, Predator
Neostropsis: B-Fire
Ae: Lucky Stripe, Matchstick/Gamosepala
Vr: Sundance, Ginger, fosteriana, carinata
Bil: nutans
Quesnelia: testudo
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Eucharist or Amazon Lily - Eucharis amazonica
Orange Clivia
Varigated Ginger - Alpina zerumbet `Variegata`
Oncidium Dancing Lady
Epidendrum Crucifix various colours, eg orange, purple, red, yellow,pale orangle
Mother-in-Law Tongue - two types
Geranium: double red
Moses in the Cradle - plain, striped & the large form

I would be interested in brom pups or tropical plants in return, in particular:
Ae. Samurai, calyculata
Neo. Pheasant or Wee Willie, Break of Day, Jewellry Shop, Red Macaw,
Bill. Fantasia, vittata
Guz. tricolor
Nid. fulgens, innocentii var. lineatum or striatum
Orthophytum vagans
Pit. flammea
Ques. liboniana
Till. stricta, Creation
Vr. Kiwi Sunset (or other Kiwi...), guttata

NOTE: For anyone outside of Australia, I'm sorry, but the Australian import restrictions really make in unviable.

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deborah56engle
La Grange Park, IL

April 21, 2009
9:29 AM

Post #6441131

Hi,
I have date palm seeds. I am hoping to try and grow a Macadamia Nut Tree.
Debbie Lavery
402 Newberry Ave
LAGrange PArk, IL 60526
Buttoneer
Carlisle, PA
(Zone 6b)

April 21, 2009
1:58 PM

Post #6441799

G'day. I have Solanum mammosum, American Redbud tree (grows wild in Pennsylvania), Cassia marilandica, Cassia hebecarpa, Dames rocket (grows wild in Pennsylvania), Variegated Yucca, Lapeirousia cruenta "Joan Evans," Sesbania punicea. I am looking for Aussie seeds. Let me know what you have. Please D-mail me. Thanks.
weed_woman
Coffs Harbour
Australia

April 22, 2009
9:59 AM

Post #6446206

hey you internationals, we can't trade internationally, due to quarantine laws here in Australia. Sorry about that.
Sue
Buttoneer
Carlisle, PA
(Zone 6b)

April 22, 2009
12:25 PM

Post #6446538

I never had a problem with seeds. I know plants are strictly taboo. Thanks.
tropicbreeze
noonamah
Australia

April 30, 2009
11:18 PM

Post #6485847

Just a note on quarantine, in Australia AQIS have a database listing probibited and non-prohibited imports. Anything not listed has to have a case made out for it showing it fits in with the requirements for import. That costs, and gets that plant listed on the data base. This is the URL for the data base, you can do your own searches and see what conditions apply:

www.aqis.gov.au/icon32/asp/ex_querycontent.asp

I'd suspect the USA and some other countries would have something similar. Anyone wanting seed sent to them across national borders should make the enquiries of the local authorities and, if okay, contact the 'sender' with details of how they should be sent.

Of course, then there's CITES regulations, that's a story of its own.
cestrum_SEQ
West of Brisbane
Australia

May 4, 2009
4:40 AM

Post #6500579

Seeds are gone!

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breeindy

breeindy
north coast nsw
Australia

May 23, 2009
12:16 AM

Post #6584877

oh ok found the swap/trade aussie forum now! I got brom pups(green with the pink centres), some coloured bamboos, alot of carnivorous plants, old mans beard(great for hanging epi orchids in), some succulents, lemon grass, alot of orchids. But were in a flood at the moment so have to see if anything dies after all this water! this pics or rd...

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breeindy
north coast nsw
Australia

June 8, 2009
3:14 AM

Post #6656810

Anyone have any pond lilies to swap me for something?
I got plenty of red/white and red hippiastrums

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Pottager
Mid North Coast NSW
Australia

June 11, 2009
9:17 AM

Post #6672165

I'm looking for Aspalathus Linearis : Rooibos. Happy to pay for seeds, but I would love a plant. Has anyone had anyluck with Rooibos? Can I give it a go in Coffs?
Pottager
Mid North Coast NSW
Australia

June 11, 2009
9:19 AM

Post #6672168

I have oodles of turmeric, mondo grass, moses in the cradle, Sorry I seem to have been guilty of a breach of netiquette I'll use the post above. .

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gardengal
se qld
Australia

June 12, 2009
8:55 PM

Post #6679076

I have seeds on my Leopard lily (the pink one) if anyone would like some.

breeindy

breeindy
north coast nsw
Australia

June 12, 2009
10:43 PM

Post #6679563


Have lots of sarracenias and some rooted nepenthes cuttings. (carnivorous plants).

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Degarotty
North Ipswich, Qld
Australia

July 19, 2009
7:25 AM

Post #6836984

Hi Guys,

I have Cycad Male pups for trade or just give away.
I have got a great Zygo growing and could pull off a couple of pieces.
I have rooted pieces of Senico J.
I have Green Mamba Aloe pups. (GASTERALOE A. haworthioides XG carinata v. verrucosa.Green Mamba - Aloe)

I am chasing this plant with passion as I love it.
My last one passed away when I was travelling so much nursing my stepdad and then when he passed moving mum here.

Mum didn't like the winter here so she has left me and moved to Yeppoon near Rockhampton.

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gardengal
se qld
Australia

July 19, 2009
8:44 AM

Post #6837020

Debbie, that's amaranthus flying colours. It's most often available as seedlings.

Pam
cattypuss
Melbourne
Australia

July 27, 2009
7:06 AM

Post #6870005

Just recently joined your list and have just red my first email, gotta say I'm thrilled with this site and intend carefully browse each and every posting. I'm sure I'll have things to swap when I get a feel for what's required, I've certainly seen some things I'd like.
g_whizz
rosetta TASMANIA
Australia

October 19, 2009
8:25 AM

Post #7185158

i,m in tassie,hope im included as an aussie.i have .as at 18/4/10-orienpet seed crosses,starburst sensation x silk road,also crossed with champion pollen fom the 2010 claremont flower show...selling potted lilium this year for the first time[many champion lilies]2000 odd in bulb or seedling[hudsons [[asiatic hybrid mix]]seedlings,about 600]silk road[3m tall]champ,will have 3 babies this year...bulletproof yelloween x madras,100 bulbs this year...greisbach,kroell seedling aurelians,mcnamara oriental[2yrs]seedlings...flore pleno double lancifolium...many more to list and some forgotten[too many beers]...i.want ..tango asiatics...dark purple trumpets ..landini asiatics ...

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weed_woman
Coffs Harbour
Australia

October 19, 2009
9:52 AM

Post #7185205

gidday GW, yes, you are still an Aussie, but you can only trade with in Tassie because of those darned quarantine regs! I haven't yet met any tasmanians on this site, but maybe there are lurkers here who might be able to trade with you. Good luck, and welcome.
Sue
g_whizz
rosetta TASMANIA
Australia

October 20, 2009
8:12 AM

Post #7189161

sorry to pull you out of the dirt weedwoman[excuse the pun],im importing seed worldwide.buying bulbs from[most] states of aussie,except WA.exporting clivea and lilium seed worldwide...for anyone who thinks you cant buy seed worldwide,you can.im proof[sorry about the 2nd thread]...anthony anyone worried,check the AQUIS site[not allowed list is much smaller than allowed list] or chat with me at...chiles@ozemail.com.au ...weedwoman,can you put a small[TAS] up with the other states...please

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eGreenGardens
Bundaberg
Australia

November 21, 2009
6:26 AM

Post #7295417

Hi everyone... and great to find this forum.

I have:

Strelitzia nicolae - seeds
Foxtail palms - small plants, ready to be planted
Gingers
Heliconias
Bromeliads
Canna lilys

Okay, here is what I'm looking for:

Sun loving bromeliads
Natives
Anything that is drought resistent and bird attacting.

Cheers, Jane

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g_whizz
rosetta TASMANIA
Australia

November 21, 2009
6:41 AM

Post #7295438

hi and welcome jane,glad to see youve got cannas...do you have pets?we have a pet forum,,,also tearoom 50,,,flowering in november,,,many more...and the members are great,no doubt someone else will chat with you soon...welcome aboard...say what you want,show what you want and dont be scared to bring up a new topic..anonymous..anthony...no ticks here mate! jane,liliums attract blackbirds believe me..theyve been called 4 everything...

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chrissy100

chrissy100
Sydney
Australia

November 21, 2009
8:55 AM

Post #7295558

pssst sue will yell, no chat in this thread (shhhh welcome e G G ...you forgot to ask what you want as swaps ...go back and edit to display what you would like please come chat in the other threads).
Anon ...****sue sorry****
weed_woman
Coffs Harbour
Australia

November 21, 2009
9:14 AM

Post #7295566

Heh-humm! (he he)
mariannebags
sydney (menai)
Australia

December 30, 2009
8:13 AM

Post #7409049

Dear All,
I think the aussie swapping is great but what about the vegies???
Most of my seed comes from Seed savers Network and I run Menai High School seed group with my ag students ( when i'm not on maternity leave)
I have lots of mustard ; leaves are peppery and great in salad and seeds used in cooking
rocket; quick growing peppery salad green
carrot; all season, easy to grow, and save seed from. By the way carrot flowers bring beneficial preditor insects
radish; should be china rose but it may by one that crossed because it was grown at the school and i think other people put in radish as well. however, i have grown it and its an ok radish, which i mainly grow to mark other seed anyway.
Greenshaft pea; a climbing pea
Red barlotti bean
I you want any advise on saving seed, hand pollinating cucubits etc let me know
angophora
Warragul
Australia

August 31, 2010
12:14 AM

Post #8072037

G'day all!
Well apparently its been the coldest, wettest Winter since the 1990's... so the clay in my backyard is sticky and hard to deal with!!!
Does anyone have or know anyone else that has Heuchera's... and NO not Palace purple, or Bressingham, or Amethyst Mist.
Am South facing, trying to do a massed display, with limited flowers as the boy gets heyfever...very badly... ( I haven't told him about the Bouvardia's)!!!!! lol
So if you have some rhizomes, plants...or if you know someone o.s. that can do seeds or plants...(I have talked to A.Q.I.S.) I can import from U.K and U.S.A. but that is all...
Have a great time in the Garden!!!
Matt15
Brisbane
Australia
(Zone 9a)

September 30, 2010
6:24 AM

Post #8129257

G'day all.

I have the following broms in pups and/or adults for swap/trade/sale.
- Neo. GeeWhiz Rubra
- Neo. GeeWhiz
- Neo. Cockabelle
- Neo. Cruenta hybrid
- Neo. Olens hybrid
- Neo. Pride Of Ipswich
- Neo. Morris Henry Hobbs
- Neo. Knockout
- Neo. Macho x Tiger

- Aec. Blanchetiana (orange form)

There are some more which change from time to time so contact me: matt1515@optusnet.com.au

Cheers Matt
g_whizz
rosetta TASMANIA
Australia

October 1, 2010
2:16 AM

Post #8131016

no liliums?--anthony
dutch_hippy
Childers
Australia

October 7, 2010
6:57 AM

Post #8142538

Have: seeds of Mustard lettuce, pigeon peas, yam bean, Dandelion, Queen Anne's lace, Bassella, cuttings of Elderberry.
Minga01
Adelaide
Australia

October 12, 2010
2:45 PM

Post #8152680

Hi. I'm after a Sacred Flower of the Incas (candua buxifolia). Anyone know where I can get the red/crimson variety?
Degarotty
North Ipswich, Qld
Australia

April 21, 2011
8:27 PM

Post #8512533


Hi All,

Any chance in getting some Hosta's and a mixture of shade loving plants from some of my dear friends on here?

Debi

Maybe a surprise pkt in the mail, I would definately appreciate it.
tropicbreeze
noonamah
Australia

April 30, 2011
11:39 PM

Post #8531564

All done.
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New request: if anyone has cuttings of Solandra maxima - Chalice Vine/Flower, I'd be willing to negotiate a trade or payment.

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Some one is sending me cuttings of Solandra maxima so it's officially OFF my wishlist.

A few of my HAVES:
Seeds
Red Bead Tree, Adenanthera pavonina
African Mahogany, Khaya senegalensis
Carpentaria Palm, Carpentaria acuminata
Cycas xipholepis X armstrongii, Cycad hybrid

Tubers:
Amorphophallus bulbifera
Amorphophallus paeoniifolius



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Degarotty
North Ipswich, Qld
Australia

July 5, 2011
9:53 PM

Post #8675116

Tropical breeze,

Could you still spare some of your list?

A. bulbifer (tubers)
A. bulbifer (bulblets)
A. galbra (tubers)
A. paeoniifolius (tubers)

I would pay the postage costs, my friend.
My friends looked after my plants when I had to go away and look after my mum. Unfortuatly I lost alot of my fav plants.
Can you help at all??

Debi
garden4grace
Bendigo
Australia

September 5, 2011
4:52 PM

Post #8794997

Hello all. wondering if anyone has some named Hosta divisions that they would be willing to swap.. happy to pay postage or send return package of rooted cuttings.

many available.
Buddleja Lochinch.
Hebe Inspiration
Hebe Lake
Verbena Purple Magic
Lavender. dark like Avonmore.
the above are in the cutting bed but ready to post off.
also
Heuchera Firefly ( in 75mm pots) or swap with other named varieties of Heuchera
Standard Bearded Iris. Abbey Road
dwarf beared IRIS spice sister, making eyes and local hero
Wallflower "Fire King" (in 75mm pots)
will be adding more and deleting as they sell/swap.

Lois

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chrissy100

chrissy100
Sydney
Australia

February 2, 2012
3:54 AM

Post #8991702

Ok it's 2012 starting a fresh trade list.

Same rules as before:
Please state what you are looking for ...and what you have to trade.
No chatting- contact through Dmail (just click on the person's name to send a Dmail.) to make inquiries and trade arrangements.

You can edit your requests etc as you go - Good luck everyone ! delete or add by edit.

Remember no chatting just the details ^_^ (chatting in the tea room).
g_whizz
rosetta TASMANIA
Australia

February 3, 2012
1:19 AM

Post #8992924

chatter chatter chatter!!!!!
chookie2
Camperdown
Australia

February 28, 2012
6:29 PM

Post #9023945

HAVE :
Dipladenia - Mandevilla Laxa ( white perfumed climber) seeds and young plants.
Seedling trees of Lillypilly for hedging or windbreaks.
Loquat seedlings.
Fig trees ( White Genoa)
Tree Onion sets

WANT:
Hazelnut suckers or seedlings
Passionfruit
Loganberry
Boysenberry
Pecan seedlings
Wisteria, white,blue or pink.
Any other edible plants for Food Forest in temperate climate.

breeindy

breeindy
north coast nsw
Australia

March 11, 2012
2:13 PM

Post #9038334

Have-Different Brom pups, Sarracenia carnivorous plants divisions. Some orchids.
Want- other Orchids, broms (i'd have to see photos and i can show you some).

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SusanFowkes
ipswich
Australia

March 13, 2012
12:56 AM

Post #9040583

does any one know someone from australia that has cyclamens, i really like them and will they grow in the shade, i have just moved into a new unit and my garden is bare, it has a 8 foot high fence and gets a lot of shade, though my front porch never sees sun light and i have a large garden plot under the upstairs apartment it gets about 25% light through the day, i live in ipswich qld
I cant swap and trade plants as yet as i am only a begginner, and am iterested in doing so as my garden grows, but i am willing to pay a small amount for them if i have to
thanks hoping to hear back from some clever gardeners it would be great if i could have some idea's on what plants will grow under the stairs
aussie_flower
Vic
Australia

March 24, 2012
7:57 PM

Post #9055840

Hi All :)
I have some Liliumís that are about to drop seed.
If anyone wants to try and grow them, you just pay postage and ill send them to you.
There is a sunset one that was pictured a few months ago- mostly red with orange.
Trumpet regal type lily
And pixels- white with purple spots.

I also saved seeds last year from, pixels and trumpet lily but forgot to label them and they can be a mixed lot.

I know g_whizz grows lilies; he gets first dibs if he wants them

Also the main bulbs and stems should start to die down in the next few months, and I am guessing there is going to be heaps of baby bulbs or pups.
If anyone is interested in them just ask.

Just collected end of season:

Poppy seed: red with black centre, grew 1m tall short flower season

California poppy seed orange: 30cm plants flowers continually for a few months

Cayenne chilli seed: good for soups and stews and chilli con carn. Normal mild heat- wonít explode your head off.

Chain of hearts seed: never grown seed before itís to easy just to break of a pieces of the plant and stick it in a new pot.

String of beads seed: never grown seed before, easier to grow cuttings.

AND Heaps of past years tomatoes seed that I didnít plant out this year.

Ox heart Ė pink?

Yellow pear: Always a good producer Ė low acid and sweet

Roma: slow producer few fruit

Heritage striped: boring plants most you will get is 5 fruit per plant

Random Tomato Mix: Greens, blackish, reds, large and small fruits.
chookie2
Camperdown
Australia

June 15, 2012
11:21 PM

Post #9167171

Hi Everyone,
I now have some more Mandevilla Laxa Seeds ( white wonderfully perfumed climber of moderate vitality- easily controlled down south) if anyone is interested in them.
Looking for seeds of edible perennials but swapping not essential.PM me of you want some. Oh and I desperately want waterlilies - any colour would be good- have a big pond to fill.
Thanks from Sue

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Windchime1976
melbourne
Australia

June 24, 2012
5:31 AM

Post #9178130

Hi, I am a new backyard gardener. Bought packets of seeds, and I realize that Iíll probably only use say, 10 out of the 500 seeds in the packet! So what I have for trade are:
From commercial bought: wild rocket, carrot, broccoli, cauliflower, brussel sprout, red and gold onions, beetroot, coriander, jalapeno pepeprs
From my uncleís garden (he is a great experienced gardener): cherry tomatoes, basil

I would like plants or seeds: strawberries, blueberries, herb plants (rosemary, sage, bay, parsley, etc). If you have any other plants/seeds that are not in my have-list, Iím open to them as well.

I stay in North-East Melbourne. Greensborough to be exact.
Jen59
Gosford NSW
Australia

August 21, 2012
1:25 AM

Post #9248536

Hi All. I've been looking for seeds/seedlings for Coneflowers other than purple. The ones that have really taken my fancy are the variety "Warm Summer". Are they available in Australia? Does anyone know where from please?
Degarotty
North Ipswich, Qld
Australia

August 24, 2012
7:37 PM

Post #9252762

Hi, anyone from Aust that has trades, would you please send me a private message and let me know what you have to offer. Also tell me what you maybe looking for as well, please.

Thx,
Degarotty
0479128798
Confusticated
Swan Hill
Australia
(Zone 9a)

October 7, 2012
10:54 PM

Post #9299177

Hi Everyone, I have lots of succulent cuttings I can take, everything from aloes to zygos, also have zonal pelargoniums, crimson rosebud and scarlet rosebud, Bel Gold and a couple of unknown names, scented pelargoniums, I have peppermint, Mabel Grey and nutmeg, Irises, so far only Spiced Custard is out , but will sort out names when the others flower. (Can take pics)
I am interested in getting more aloes and zygoes, gasterias, haworthias, albucas, unusual kalanchoes, sanseverias, and pretty much any other succulent that is differrent. Also looking for Ivy Geraniums (Pelargonium Peltatum), I had a lovely collection but lost them all when I moved. More Irises would be good too. Please and thankyou.
Cheers C.
jamilurrahman
+88
Bangladesh

June 27, 2013
10:44 PM

Post #9576496

hi!!!!
i am interested to make a international garden.and i do not the procedure.how can i make it?i like your programs.
g_whizz
rosetta TASMANIA
Australia

June 28, 2013
2:16 AM

Post #9576538

Go man Go!
weed_woman
Coffs Harbour
Australia

June 29, 2013
8:55 PM

Post #9579482

jamilurrahman, to make an international garden, you will need to reseacrh where certain plants come from, and then try to make the growing conditions the same. If your country is hot and humid/wet, most of the time, try using tropical plants, as plants from dry climates will often rot and not perform well. Google would be an ideal place to start your research. Good luck.
pansofia
Dee why
Australia

January 23, 2014
2:32 AM

Post #9753888

I love to do gardening but from last 3 months I am unable to keep focus on garden as I am pregnant and working in garden wearing maternity dresses is quite uncomfortable.

http://www.fertilemind.com.au/category-breastfeeding-tops-157.aspx
g_whizz
rosetta TASMANIA
Australia

January 24, 2014
2:16 AM

Post #9754482

Glad you love Gardening , Sofia...Im not one for maternity dresses/ and I don't think I'll ever breastfeed..I am a big sucker though, and I know its hard to do things over a 'robust' belly..But it doesn't stop me growing 1st class liliums...No chatter, Sue.. Sorry
Analog6
Hobart
Australia

February 8, 2014
4:05 PM

Post #9765213

I would like to get some Cuban lily bulbs, if anyone has any. I'm at Glenorchy and am happy to buy them from you or trade, you can come and have a browse in my garden as we only bought the house in Sept so not sure what is here.

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