PLAND and Trade Thread for RU 2014

Cincinnati, OH(Zone 6b)

Sorry I'm so late in posting this!

When?
As we agreed a few years ago it will be held on the Saturday of the Memorial Day Weekend.
So 24 May 2014 from 10:00AM - whenever...

Where?
Shelter #9 @ Armco Park at 1223 N. State Route 741, Lebanon, OH 45036
{ Be advised # is a number symbol NOT a Hashtag... ;-) }
This is at the corner of Greentree Road and St Rt 741
or for GPS the setting is 39.458244,-84.280014

Please pick a spot and re-edit as needed.

Ric

Cincinnati, OH(Zone 6b)

Still looking at the damage from this winter.

Looks like we will have plenty of Variegated Mondo and some big Grasses from Tabasco's place.

Centaura we need

Looks like plenty of miniature Hostas are coming up.

This message was edited May 12, 2014 9:32 AM

Franklin, OH(Zone 6a)

Not sure what I'll have either. Garden club plant sale is next Saturday. I haven't dug a thing yet.

I do have lots of Johnny Jump Ups!! Amethyst in Snow centaura as well. Probably blue and purple, too.

Hamilton, OH(Zone 6a)

I'm not sure what I'll have. I'll know later this week.

I have no wants yet. lol

Hamilton, OH(Zone 6a)

I'm so far behind in my gardens. I'll try to get a list tomorrow. I don't want to bring home any plants. Lol

I have Iris for Joyce. Does anybody else want any? I have several types.

Cincinnati, OH(Zone 6b)

Yes we are now running them in containers and having great success.

none of ur business, OK(Zone 5b)

gosh i only have some noid hosta. and ??? not much else. gardens have been neglected for a while.
see what else i can dig up ? i may have a PG hydrangea. some yellow daylilys.
Mint called Margarita
i would love some iris :)

Columbus, OH

I will bring some tomato plants, my goji berry seedlings are just not thriving enough to give away yet, they spend the first year being floppy and not very bushlike.

Anyone want Egyptian Walking Onions? Tricolored variegated persicaria (it gets HUGE)? Garlic chives?

This message was edited May 21, 2014 8:16 AM

Looking for:
Sedums I don't have
Named Sempervivums or Jovibarba, esp. "rollers"
Obedient plant "Miss Manners"
Mint (I know, I know)--fruity flavors, apple mint or variegated mint
Gesneriads I don't have
tropicals?
Variegated plants, esp. tricolor

Will trade for candles, soaps, lotions, etc. :)


This message was edited May 21, 2014 8:31 AM

Hamilton, OH(Zone 6a)

I'll bring Iris for both of you. :) I'll only bring the strong standing ones, no lazy flop overs.

Celene, I have Vera Jamison sedum and Purple Emperor and the Autumn Joy. I also have a plain green noid that blooms light pink. It gets about 24" tall. Let me know if your interested in any of them. Oh, I also have a noid that blooms white. It was suppose to be Frosty Morn but it's not variegated at all. :(

Columbus, OH

I think I have all of those, TDL, but thank you! I may have some vines for you...

Hamilton, OH(Zone 6a)

Your Welcome! Thank You!

Cincinnati, OH(Zone 6b)

I have some no name smaller/tiny sedums that I'll bring.
Mini-hosta that Joyce should be able to ID.

Hamilton, OH(Zone 6a)

I'm getting windows put in Tuesday. I have been trying to get ready for that. I'm going to try to dig some stuff tonight. I'll post later what I dig up. :)

Cincinnati, OH(Zone 6b)

Cool!
The old ones, if real old, make great yard art......

Hamilton, OH(Zone 6a)

Didn't get anything dug today. Lol I'll get it done in the morning. Fingers crossed. :)
My house was built in 1980. Is that old enough to be cool? Lol I'm hoping to be able to use at least 1 to make me a cold frame. They are old Anderson windows. Let me know if you want any.

Columbus, OH

I have one of those bulb planters that is tall--you use it standing up? Anyone want it?

Columbus, OH

TDL, it looks like my Vera Jameson sedum didn't survive the winter, if you could bring a start I'd be very grateful!

Hamilton, OH(Zone 6a)

No problem! Do you have Angelina sedum? I have it if you want any.

Hamilton, OH(Zone 6a)

Well, I ran over most of the Iris I dug up. Lol I have some of the peach and purple Iris that I didn't run over. :)
I have a small noid hosta division
Celine's Vera Jamison and a spare
A clump of Shooting Star dianthus it's tougher than Firewitch and look better
I have seedlings of Golden Jubilee hyssop I have 5 cups of them that need homes. :)
I'll be digging more in a little while. Be back with a update.

Cincinnati, OH(Zone 6b)

Hyssop and Dianthus are needed... we lost a ton of stuff this winter.

Hamilton, OH(Zone 6a)

Ric, they are yours. I'll dig you up some more dianthus. :)

I have some daylilies and another hosta.

Cincinnati, OH(Zone 6b)

It's funny our Hosta all did super!
And we have a ton of plants Robyn thinned at Tabasco's and plopped in the garden they did great.
But many well established plants just disappeared.
BTW if you have Mimosa Trees ours are just now waking up!

Columbus, OH

My mimosa has one tiny sprout at the base, the whole rest of the tree is bare.

I am bringing a new gardener, my friend's daughter, she's in high school. Thought she'd enjoy seeing the RU. Her name is Sylvie.

Cincinnati, OH(Zone 6b)

Columbus is pretty far North for a Mimosa.
We've had ours killed back to the ground several times even here.
Tough roots though!

Columbus, OH

This was a seedling (9 years ago) of a tree that has grown nearby for 40+ years. They grow wild all over the place here.

Hamilton, OH(Zone 6a)

My hosta's did great this winter also. I lost a Endless Summer Hydrangea and tons of Firewitch Dianthus. My Shooting Star did great this winter.

I have a Snow Hill Salvia if anybody wants it.

Cincinnati, OH(Zone 6b)

Hardy stock for sure Celene.
I'd never seen one in Dayton until recently.

That Snow Hill would look great w/ our Black and Blue Salvia.

Hamilton, OH(Zone 6a)

It's yours! :)

Hamilton, OH(Zone 6a)

I also have a Japanese Anemone it's pink.

Franklin, OH(Zone 6a)

Sounds like a lot of good trades coming up!

Franklin, OH(Zone 6a)

Is that Spring blooming? How tall?

Columbus, OH

I have smallish seedlings of a fall-blooming pink anemone. It'd be a year or two before they bloomed, but they're a nice hardy plant that doesn't need staking or fussing. Pretty with Asters.

I know we talked about it, but PLMK if anyone wants to trade soap or candle stuff.

Franklin, OH(Zone 6a)

I'd like some soap, but I don't have anything to trade. If you come over to the house after, I will fix you up with something!

Columbus, OH

Joyce, just tell me what scents you like.

Franklin, OH(Zone 6a)

Lavender and everything else I've ever smelled you did! But I don't care much for rose fragrance.

Hamilton, OH(Zone 6a)

It's a fall blooming. It sounds like Celene's. I never stake mine either. It gets about 3' tall maybe a little taller. I have mine planted with Sky blue aster and globe thistle. They look great together.

Celene, I would love some soap! I'm not picky about scents.

Columbus, OH

I'll bring a selection. Lemon Tree is new and popular, so is Seven Seas. I'll make sure some Lavender and Provence (Lavender + Bergamot + Rosemary) happens :)

Columbus, OH

I have a small Poncirus trifoliata "Flying Dragon" grown from seed, it's in a 1" pot, so it'll need watching to grow it up this year, and probably won't be hardy till next year, but happy to bring if anyone wants it.

Franklin, OH(Zone 6a)

Sounds like something I would like to try!!

Hamilton, OH(Zone 6a)

Joyce, Betty reminded me to remind you about the feeder. Bless her heart. :)

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