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Spring Roundup Plant Trade List

Cincinnati, OH(Zone 6a)

This is the spot to put the plants you have to trade, and what you'd like to have, for the Spring Roundup on Saturday,May 26th!

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Cincinnati, OH(Zone 6a)

For trade, so far I have

1. Canon Wentworth Linaria
Tall, about 3 feet, with grey-green leaves and light pink flowers. The flowers resemble teeny-tiny snapdragons (to me-- you can tell I never took a horticulture course in my life.
Here's a link to a DG photo that looks like mine. Self sows freely.


2. Summer Snowflake
Bulbs. Like a snowdrop on steroids. Once again, a handy-dandy link to real info. http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/53286/

3. Sweet woodruff ground cover.


Ric- Summer snowflake
Celene-- linaria, lady's mantle
Marcy-- Summer snowflake.
Rebecca-- Purple- blue cranesbill
Esther-- potentilla

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Cincinnati, OH(Zone 6b)

I'll claim a spot here.
For Trade:
Many many different Aroids
Types TBA
I've been looking for Summer Snowflakes.
Count me in!

Columbus, OH

My spot:

Goshmom: Sinningia sellovii and B. convolvulacea
Esther: Aglaia and Coccinia
Lou: Sedums Love & Tangles and Angelina
Ric: A. elegans

Fallopia Japonica 'Variegata'-couple of plants
Sedum "Love and Tangles"
Artemesia 'Limelight'
Pot of Kentucky Colonel Spearmint that *someone* wanted
Aristolochia Elegans--Ric, was this for you? I think so?
Possibly Basella rubra, if my seedlings mature as planned
Ipomoea indica plus some mixed JMG--not sure what they'll be since they're cross-pollinated, but they'll be different and cool.
Variegated Corn
Sedum 'Angelina'
Brand new iron skillet (not the shape I wanted)
Tall metal bulb planter, the kind you use your foot to sink into the ground, turns out I'd rather use a trowel.

Sedums/Sempervivums I don't have
perennials with yellow or grey foliage, if they'll fit in my bed
Begonias or gesneriads I don't have
Other stuff I don't know I want yet
Helenium Tie Dye
Pink coreopsis
Will I trade for soap/candle stuff? You bet! :)

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Cincinnati, OH(Zone 6a)

I may have some lady's mantle. Let me check and get back to you.

Hillsboro, OH(Zone 6a)

Claiming my box. :) Updating often.

I'll have a better idea when I finish up outside next week. I haven't even seen the gardens. :( The grass is knee high!

Tomato plants
-Black Krim
-Brandywine (pink)
-Sweet Aroma
-Tasty Treat

Pepper plants
-Crispy Hybrid
-Jalapeno Early
-Kung Pao

Basil Genovese-limited amount.
Cosmos- "Bright Lights Mix"
Solanum melongena var "Golden Eggs" (Wonder Egg)
Hyacinth Bean vines
Moonflower vines
Sun coleus

Astilbe 'Bridal Veil', potted gallons
Chicks n Hens-15 four inch square pots.
Hosta-2 August Moon, So Sweet-potted gallons, others in the ground, can check tags if you are collecting. :)
Iris versicolor-2 pots
Peegee Hydrangea, potted gallons.
Spirea-'Fujino Pink', 'Anthony Waterer'-potted gallons.

Still trying to build stock, cuttings/divisions are fine:
-Lobelia cardinalis
-Weeping Willows

Ferret cage...yes seriously. LOL

*For Lou-: Astilbe 'Bridal Veil'
From Lou: purple coneflowers, variegated Solomon's seal and pink coreopsis.

*For Marcy: Harry Lauder, Moonflower Vine, Hyacinth Bean Vine
From Marcy: ferns and cuttings

*For Rebecca: Gamecock Iris, Iris versicolor, Hearts Afire Daylily
*From Rebecca: purple glass

*From Esther-Tri-color peppers, Hardy Begonia, Black Mondo Grass
For Esther-Kung Pao and Coyame peppers

*From Sue-Hacksaw and Stiletto
For Sue-Cosmos, Kung Pao peppers

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Columbus, OH

Goshmom, I'd like a Linaria if you can find something you'd like from my list.

Seymour, IN(Zone 5b)

Celen, what shape is the iron skillet? I have some episcia stolors and kohleria plants to trade if you are interested.

I will make a list of what I have to trade and add to it alater. I'll try to post it this evening. Lou

I have to trade:
Ground cover- yellow sedam and archangel lamium

varigated Solomon Seal

unknown color of butterfly bush. It will probably show some color by the time the Round up happens.

blanket flowaers

Coreopsis-regular and Zagred and thread leaf pink

Yellow NOID Daylilies

Red NOID Dalailies

White Japanese anemones

Pink spider plant seedlings

regular purple coneflowers
can bring rose cuttings from Zephrin Brogham(Sp), anad a tall Texas Heirloom rose that blooms yellow and then turns a little pnk. Realy pretty and fragrant

Creeping thymne

MOre to come as I remember them Lou

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Columbus, OH

It's round, it's just shallower than I need, I wanted it more for baking, it's about 1" deep. It's a Bobby Flay brand. (so embarrassing, what can I say)

Seymour, IN(Zone 5b)

I needed one for baking also. Those are good for steaks, but we don't have steak too often. LOL Lou

Columbus, OH

I can text you a photo if you want. Or post it here, if everyone wants to see.

Lou, I still have a small start of Aglaia odorata--was that for you? Did I send you yours?

Seymour, IN(Zone 5b)

I got one from you , I just don't remember when.LOL It is doing good and blooming. Thanks! Lou

Cincinnati, OH(Zone 6a)

Could I have Begonia convolvulacea and Sinningia sellovii? I have you down for lady's mantle and linaria.


Hillsboro, OH(Zone 6a)


I'm interested in purple coneflowers, variegated Solomon's seal and pink coreopsis.

I should have more idea what I have soon. I've been out there potting up, most of the day. I know I have some stuff to add. :)

Seymour, IN(Zone 5b)

okay, we'll work out a trade later. Lou

Cincinnati, OH(Zone 6b)

Lou could we get some Coreopsis 'Zagred'?
Celene....I think we did discuss the Aristolochia Elegans

We're heading out to start potting and dog proofing....lol!
I'll start adding to the list today.

New Madison, OH(Zone 5a)

Good morning to all! I'm claiming this spot.

Have to trade: Ostrich ferns

Not sure what else as of yet. I will look today and see.
Chele...do you want cuttings of those shrubs?

Trades: ferns n cuttings for Chele
Confederate violets, hardy geraniums...Rebecca
Hardy Hibiscus......Esther
Surprise for ....Ric n Robyn
Siberian iris for Pat...and more..maybe?
Horace Wright Iris for pat

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Hillsboro, OH(Zone 6a)

Marcy, I'll take anything that I can root. :) If I have anything you want, I may want some more ferns too if you have plenty.

New Madison, OH(Zone 5a)

Ok Chele. Well..I can bring you that pink n green willow cuttings...also boxwood cuttings...tryin to think what else you could root? Rose cuttings? I have New Dawn...William Baffin...Zephrine Droughn...Fairy rose...Carefree Delight.....and others.
I will keep looking around.
I would love to have moonvine and/or hyacinth bean vine.
Pat...could I please have some of the summer snowflakes?

Hoping I can even come! "Someone"...doesnt like to drive to Chilo....grrrrrrrr....not sure I would want to drive there by myself.
I'm still working on it!

Oh..and Chele...I have PLENTY of ferns!!

Michele.....ferns , cuttings
Rebecca......Hardy geranium...confederate violets
Esther........hardy hibiscus

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Hillsboro, OH(Zone 6a)

Marcy, I added some more plants. And LOL about the ferns.

I'll go ahead and pot you some of the vines. The seeds came up in like 2 days. I have to keep some put back for a sale but whatever isn't ordered by the 12th, will be added to my list.

Please beg Dave to drive! PLEASE! You are more than welcome to stop here again. I know it adds to the trip for you but it also gives you a break and puts you back on 68 which I thought wasn't a bad drive for you?

I'm not opposed to renegotiating a meeting site for next year so long as the 'elders' from the 4 corners agree. ;) I had mentioned Cowan Lake a couple of years ago and it was shot down but I don't remember why. My 8 year old went to a sleepover party at a cabin there last weekend. They are really nice.

Columbus, OH

Ric, what kinda aroids do you have? Hmmmm ;)

Cincinnati, OH(Zone 6b)

Celene I have a pretty varied bunch of Aroids now.
Mostly C.e. varieties, Alocasia and some UnK Xanthes.
Lime Zinger, Black Coral, Diamond Head, Black Magic and Runner, Mojito, possibly Stingray, Big Dipper......

Columbus, OH

Hmmm...I have other aroids, the philodendrony indoor ones. I have real skill at killing the Colocasia/Alocasia and similar over winter. Though this year I wintered over one of the black foliaged ones successfully.

Someone wanted a Plectranthus ernstii...the bonsai plectranthus, it gets kind of a caudex. Was it here?

none of ur business, OK(Zone 5b)

NOID hosta and i do have some hacksaw hosta ,
Ferns Jap painted ferns and some Ostrich
NOID Coral bells
astilbe's amythyst , gloria,gladstone
clethra alnifolia sixteen candles
campenula la belle
that stuff called Hot Lips ? Joyce knows what it is .
Liriope big blue
still digging :)
Please be patient with me as my mind is still in a fog ,but i will do my best to make sure i remember who gets what.
Trades too.
Tobasco. ferns, coral bells, campenula , clethra
Chelle hacksaw hosta
Ester clethra sixteen candles

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Philo, OH(Zone 6a)

What I have:

glass flowers, glass mushrooms ( I made these today I hope they don't break in the annealer) maybe a few other glass things I don't know. plastic window boxes orange and grey. The flowers and mushrooms are different colors pink blue yellow purple red etc.

What I want

red day lilies
purple or blue siberian iris
blue flag iris (for pond)
astilbe (amythyst preferred Not white)
confederate violets
perrenial aroids that like shade
allium (purple or blue)
wake robin (red trillium)
virginia bluebells
lily of the valley
lenten rose (dark red preferred)
soap (lilac or lavender or any old thing)

Seymour, IN(Zone 5b)

Shadowgarden, I have garlic chives if you are interested. They look like chives, but have a distinct garlic flavor. I cut a bunch eacvh year and chop them and store them in the freezer for all my Italian stuff. I never learned to cook with herbs and spices , so they and green onions are the only ones I use. But then, I don't cook much.LOL I can also bring red day lililes. Pretty, just no ID.

I have plenty if anyone else is interested.

I also have miniature hostas, rose campion magenta, creeping thyme, hardy hibiscus(Pink),and one rooted start of akebia vine.(Chocolate vine).

I'm looking for a not to invasive agasthe, salvia, any except purple, any elephant ears. I also have walking onions if anyone is interested. Lou

Philo, OH(Zone 6a)

Yes I'll try the garlic chives and the red day lilies would be great. I am fighting back against the deer who eat my lilies and I read that if you plant chives around them they will leave the lilies alone. Would you like a mushroom or a flower of a particular color or would you rather pick out one I bring.

Cincinnati, OH(Zone 6a)

Shadowgarden, what cranesbill would you like? I have some biokovo with a light pink flower and a low growing habit. I have some bluish purple that is much taller than the biokovo, but it was here when I bought the house so I don't know what type it is.

Cincinnati, OH(Zone 6b)

Rebecca we have plenty of Lily of the Valley for you and purple Siberian Iris.

Hillsboro, OH(Zone 6a)

Rebecca, I have this daylily that I need to divide. http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/showimage/64587/

I also have an extra pot of Black Gamecock Iris that Ric gave me last year. http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/33052/

Philo, OH(Zone 6a)

Yes, Yes, I will take everything. I would like the purple cranesbill more. That black gamecock is georgous! I am so excited!!


South Point, OH(Zone 6a)

Celene, I am interested in your aglaia odorata and Coccinia indica.
I can give you something I bought as golden majoram, and I find it is also called Gold Crisp oregano. I also have a dwarf Lady's Mantle which I can probably divide.

I am potting up stuff as I prune and thiin in the gardens. I seem to have a lot of the stuff Dispatcher already mentioned. Plus:

Lots of Tri-color Variegata ornamental hot pepper seedlings - Celene, Chele
Bleeding Heart Dicentra formosa - Rebecca, Lou
Hardy begonia - Chele
Black mondo grass - Marcy, Chele
Green mondo grass

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Columbus, OH

I'd happily trade for some dwarf lady's mantle and a tricolor pepper.

The coccinias are sprouted, and hardening off outside. I can't wait to make oil pickle, in that "counting my chickens before they are hatched" kind of way.

New Madison, OH(Zone 5a)

Esther...I would love some black mondo grass! What can i bring you?
I have about everything there is i think...lol! Except contorted [email protected] Chele!
I have this chimney tower/pot planted with blood grass...and want to put black mondo around it...saw this in a magazine ...or somewhere...and really liked it.
Rebecca...I have one hardy geranium that will spread like crazy....if thats what you are interested in...and it loves the shade too. It has pink flowers....dont know the name of it.

Philo, OH(Zone 6a)

Marcy yes that sounds good. Esther I would like some bleeding heart. Thanks.


Hillsboro, OH(Zone 6a)

Good to see you Esther! Are you getting my emails?

I'm interested in:
Tri-color Variegata ornamental hot pepper
Hardy begonia
Black mondo grass

Do I have anything you need? Was it you that was looking for Oakleaf Hydrangea a year or so ago?

South Point, OH(Zone 6a)

Ok, I am making a note of the requests and will be editing my list above. Marcy, you wouldn't happen to have any Pulsatilla (also Pasque Flower, Anemone pulsatilla) do you? I seem to have lost an old plant and 2 new 2011 purchases.

Chele, when did you email me? Last time was August 2011 - I just checked the gmail address (which I hardly ever use). I was looking for a "Little Honey" hydrangea last year. I can probably dig up volunteer trees and make cuttings of various shrubs for you just before the RU.

I can bring contorted hazel cuttings if anyone wants to try starting them. I have failed to make new plants after trying for many years.

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New Madison, OH(Zone 5a)

Ok..after making the statement I have about everything...lol...no..Esther...I don't have pasque flower...im sorry!!
Name something else!!

Cincinnati, OH(Zone 6b)

Just found some King's Spear we can divide .... Asphodeline lutea.... maybe 3 plants is all we have this year.


Cincinnati, OH(Zone 6b)

We have 8 Colocasia 'Diamond Head' to trade.
It's the second blackest Aroid out there. Actually have electric blue veins in the right light.
It gets HUGE w/ the right conditions and overwinters dormant quite well.
'Black Coral' is the deepest black but it's just not pupping at this point.

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