2014 N Central TX RU October (Arlington) TRADE THREAD #1

Fort Worth, TX(Zone 8a)

TRADE THREAD Links for our Fall RU to be held at Randol Mill Park in Arlington on October 26th at 12pm (noon). Cost to members is $5.00 to cover the rental of the pavilion. Guests are FREE, just be sure to bring a food item and a door prize for them also.

Please use this post for PRE-TRADING. Not ready to put a list on paper? That's OK, save yourself a spot. Use this thread to ask for items others have for trade. If you are new...don't worry! We will take potting soil, manure, pots, plant markers, compost, or coffee grounds. At the end of the swap we will give away what we don't want to take home!! You won't go home empty handed.
***LINKS*** To access your own link to add items, click it then click "in reply to" and edit as normal.

dfwdennis: http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/p.php?pid=9939687
TARogers5: http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/p.php?pid=9939691
Frostweed: http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/p.php?pid=9939790
bajablue: http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/p.php?pid=9939860
ilovejesus99: http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/p.php?pid=9949365
bananna18: http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/p.php?pid=9949584
Sheila_FW: http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/p.php?pid=9952237
StillPlaysWithDirt: http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/p.php?pid=9953102
Gypsi: http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/p.php?pid=9951994
tx_flower_child: http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/p.php?pid=9955296
steadycam3: http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/p.php?pid=9960561

If your link don't work, please let me know so I can fix it.

FOOD THREAD: http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/t/1375327/

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Grapevine, TX(Zone 8a)

Saving a spot

- 1 Brazilian rock rose
- 1 snake herb (dyschoriste linearis)
- tons o' pregnant onions
- 2 strawberry bush (euonymus americanus)
- 1 salvia coccinea
- 1 aloe hybrid

- 3 "meat claw"
- 1 "splendida"

- 2 mammallaria pottsi
- 1 escobaria vivipari
- 1 gymnocalycium cubtensis

(from my dad)
2 Wooly Stemodia
1 Beauty Berry
2 Moneywort
3 Podocarpus
3 Sedum
2 Fire on the Mountain

- Carolina phlox
- hostas
- coral honeysuckle vine
- spiderwort
- daffodils (naturalizing varieties)

- Brazilian rock rose (ilovejesus99)
- pregnant onion (ilovejesus99)
- hechtia texensis (StillPlaysWDirt, TARogers5)
- 2 John Fannick phlox (TARogers)
- agave "quadricolor" (StillPlaysWDirt, bananna19, ilovejesus99)
- agave "meat claw" (StillPlaysWDirt)
- agave "splendida" (bananna19)
- Mexican milkweek (StillPlaysWDirt)
- strawberry bush (bananna19, loonie1, gypsi)
- beautyberry (gypsi)
- frostweed - StillPlaysWDirt
- frostweek (gypsi)
- splendida agave (StillPlaysWDirt)
- mammalaria grahamii (StillPlaysWDirt)
- agave "quadicolor" (bananna19)
- snake herb (steadycam)
- skeletonleaf goldeneye (steadycam)

- spiderwort (StillPlaysWDirt, bananna19)
- daffodils (StillPlaysWDirt)
- peanut cactus (TARogers5)
- carolina phlox (frostweed)
- smooth sumac (sheila)

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Kingston, OK(Zone 7a)

1. http://www.moisturemanager.com/video.html about 20 ea
2. Texas red yucca starts 24 ea
3. Variegated Mintleaf 'Variegatus' (Plectranthus madagascariensis) Variegated Cuban Oregano 'Variegatus' (Plectranthus amboinicus)
4. 16 lb. 5,000 sq. ft. Super Green Lawn Fertilizer 20 ea
5. Burr oak seedlings 4 a
6. Variegated Canna's [lots of them]
7. Aloe Vera several bare root
8. Dracaena Marginata 1 EA
9. Peanut Cacti 2 ea
10. Starfish flower, [Spapelia Scitula]
11. Sansevieria [moonshine] 2 each
13 Several Catti and succulents.
14 one Brugmansia varigrated may be snow bank
15. Iris mixed, all were named at one time.
16. Datura wrightii

Texas sage, Gloxonia, any Bromeliads, dwarf Rosemary, Any scented geranium, [calla-lily begonia], Want Hybrid Beauty Berry, Climbing Jasmine, Lantana, Double Brugmansias, clay pots


ilovejesus99: 1 bag Lawn Fertilizer, 1 bottle moisture manager, 2 red yucca,
Becky: 1 bag Fertilizer, 1 moisture manager, Passion Flower
Bananna 18: Starfish flower
Dennis: Peanut cacti
TX flower child: Shampoo Ginger, Family: Zingiberaceae Genus: Zingiber, Species: Zerumbet, Irises
Steadycam 2 of the Burr Oak seedlings

Steadycam: purple datura, pink/yellow lantana, hen and chicks, flame tree
Dennis: hechtia texensis, 2 John Fannick phlox
Frostweed: 1 Evergreen White Passion Vine, Passiflora caerulea, Sheffield Daisy
ilovejesus: Pink and Yellow Lantana
Bananna18: 2 siloam JB
Stillplaysindirt: 1 sanseveria "chick", 2 crimson pirate DL
Loonie1: Lantana

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Josephine, Arlington, TX(Zone 8a)

I will save a spot as well, thank you starting the thread Stephanie.
O.K. here is my list Finally !!!

1 Drummond's Aster, Symphyotrichum drummondii
1 Heath Aster, Symphyotrichum ericoides
2 Scarlet Sage, Salvia coccinea
1 Greg's Bluemist, Conoclinium gregii
2 Wild Violets, Viola sororia
2 Prairie Phlox, Phlox pilosa
2 Lyreleaf Sage, Salvia lyrata
1 Brazos Penstemon, Penstemon tenuis
1 Carolina Phlox, Phlox carolina

1 American Beautyberry, Callicarpa americana
2 Common Elderberry, Sambucus nigra ssp. canadensis

1 Crossvine, Bignonia capreolata
2 Milkweed Vines, Funastrum cynanchoides

1 Evergreen White Passion Vine, Passiflora caerulea

PROMISED TO TED, 1 Evergreen White Passion Vine, Passiflora caerulea
PROMISED TO Joan, 1 Evergreen White Passion Vine, Passiflora caerulea
PROMISED TO BECKY 1 Brazos Penstemon, Penstemon tenuis
PROMISED TO DENNIS 1 Carolina Phlox, Phlox carolina
PROMISED TO BECKY 1 Flame Acanthus, Anisacathus quadrifidus var. wrightii
PROMISED TO JOAN 1 Greg's Bluemist, Conoclinium greggii
PROMISED TO JOAN 1 White Veined Dutchman's Pipe, Aristolochia fimbriata
PROMISED TO BECKY 1 Crossvine, Bignonia capreolata
That's all my Friends.
Stephanie, please link me to the top post.


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Rancho Santa Rita, TX(Zone 8a)

Present and accounted for !

Grapevine, TX(Zone 8a)

It looks like editing a post doesn't bump the post. I added some haves to my list. More to come.

Baytown, TX(Zone 9b)

Here is my list
4 Cassia Alta 6 month old seedlings potted and doing very well (4"-12" tall)

few red salvia

Several Pink and Yellow Lantana they are small but been mowed down several times so nice roots I am sure. Will dig if anyone wants some. They rebound fast.

EE's these are the ones with runners. They get huge.

Asiatic dayflower beautiful blue reminds me of Mickey Mouse.

Jewl of Opar

I have spider plants green in the middle with white on edges.

Solid green spider plants

Purple wandering jew cuttings (very easy to root)

Blue agave

Castor Bean
Salvia (except red)


1 http://www.moisturemanager.com/video.html
1 or 2 Texas red yuca starts: http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/ornamentals/nativeshrubs/...
1 http://www.homedepot.com/p/VIGORO-16-lb-5-000-sq-ft-Super-Gr...

Brazilian rock rose
pregnant onion


pink and yellow lantana
elephant ear

Cassia Alta


Lantana yellow and pink as many as I can bring

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Grapevine, TX(Zone 8a)

Got your requests down, ilovejesus99.

Keep an eye on my list. I'm moving some things around in the yard and I am finding random volunteers while I do it so my list will most likely grow. I have a number of strawberry bush euonymus that I thought were part of the parent plant but are apparently seedlings.

Baytown, TX(Zone 9b)

Thanks Dennis

Colleyville, TX(Zone 8a)

2 Stella d'oro
2 turks cap
2 coral berry
1 salvia greggi (red or pink?)
3 strawberry geranium
2 blue bedder sage
little blue stem grass
NOID grass that is yellowish whjte and green
2 purple aster
1 inland seaoats

White mist flower: aka Wrights boneset,eupatorium wrightii
coffee grounds
Hyacinth bean vine seeds

Trading to:
Stillplayswithdirt: DL: Siloam JB, Stella, NOID
columbine, blue bedder sage
Dennis :spiderwort,offset agave, little bluestem, aster
Tx Flowerchild Native columbine, bluebedder sage,inland seaoats
TARoger 2 siloam JB
ILJ99 double kerria
Gypsi double kerria

Receiving from:
Dennis: strawberry bush, splendida,quadracolor
Stillplayswithdirt: coffeegrounds,rocks,hyacinth bean
Gypsi: heartleaf skullcap
TxFC: 5 gallon, quart pots

Sheila western Ironweed

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(Becky), Lipan, TX(Zone 7b)

DFW Dennis, I have a few spiderwort.. the purple native kind, and they're already potted, fancy that! Would you like one or two? Could I trade you for a hechtia texensis? Also have daffodils (standard yellow variety, been here 4 years and it's been here longer lol, is that naturalized enough?), lmk if you'd like some :)

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Kingston, OK(Zone 7a)

Dennis could I have 1 hechtia texensis

Grapevine, TX(Zone 8a)

Got you guys down for the hechtia texensis. I only have two, so that's all for those.

I'm interested in both the spiderwort and the daffodils. Thanks!

Kingston, OK(Zone 7a)

Dennis do you have two of the John Fannick phlox

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Colleyville, TX(Zone 8a)

Dennis, I am interested in the strawberry bush. I have an unnamed (pot size) agave you might like. Can send a pic this weekend

Fort Worth, TX

I think I will make it (got an inch of rain today that helps)

I will have to trade: and can dig up when I know what someone wants

1 dwarf nandina that stays about a foot tall
A couple of redbud seedlings that I think I can get the whole root on
Heartleaf skull cap
Red columbine native
Red turks cap babies - I've seen a couple, the rain just watered them.
Broccoli seed that plants now overwinters and produces til spring
Amaranth seed
1 Red Passionflower - accidentally tore a root off and it came up after about 3 months.
Possibly other seeds, ask me.

What I want: butterfly weed seeds. oxblood lily bulbs, hen and chicks or other succulent?

Receiving: Chick (as in hens and chicks) from SPWD, strawberry bush from DFW Dennis
Giving: Red Passionflower to SPWD

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Fort Worth, TX(Zone 8a)

Will bring if requested-no trades required:
Vinyl mini-blind for making markers (due to CAT- astrophic vibrations!!)
Various seeds will be available at Round Up --first come basis, just check my table top.
6 tall square cat litter buckets, great for storage of sunflowers, compost etc.


Joe Pye Weed 1 gal Noid
Rose Glory Bower 2 gal http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/1253/
Purple Heart 1 gal http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/showimage/110136/
Yellow 4 O’clock 1 gal http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/showimage/53254/
Pink Turks Cap 6 - 4” Noid but plant blooms are upright just like red, but faster growing.
Sheffield Daisy 2 qt http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/55038/
Blue Crown Passion Vine 4 gal & 1- 4” http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/185516/
Basket Plants 5 cuttings http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/54577
Salvia ‘Coral Nymph’ 2 –gal http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/31635/

Western Ironweed 1 gal & 3 rooted stems http://wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=VEBA
Lyreleaf 2 gal http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/showimage/39784/
Inland Sea Oats 1 gal http://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=CHLA5
Crossvine 2 qts & 1 gal http://wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=BICA
Cuban Jute 1 qt http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/32510/
Wild Petunia 3 -4” & 2 Qts http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/38221/
Scarlet Sage 1- 4” & 1 Qt. http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/639/
Smooth Sumac 1 Qt. http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/showimage/156676/
American Germander 1 gal & 2 qt. http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/showimage/153267/
Fall Obedient 2 gal http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/23/
Elm tree noid 1 gal
Ash tree noid 1 gal

Items wanted:
Quart & gallon pots – coming from Becky and Gypsi

Items Promised to:
Dennis - Smooth Sumac
SPWD Becky – Mini blind, pots, Sheffield Daisy, Pink Turks Cap
Steadycam Marty - pink turks cap, Mini blind slats
Gwen (Ted’s friend) Sheffield Daisy
Gypsi – Basket Plant
Anna - Ironweed
ILJ99 – buckets

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Grapevine, TX(Zone 8a)

I just added a bunch of stuff from my dad. Please sign up for anything you want so I don't have to bring it home after the swap!

(Becky), Lipan, TX(Zone 7b)

I am bringing:
3 Yucca pallida x rupicola
3 Standing cypress
1 Coral bean small plant
Spineless opuntia cuttings (paddles)
6 pots egyptian walking onions
5 'Crimson Pirate' daylily
1 pink plumeria baby plant
2 echinocereus reichenbachii, 'lace cactus'
Qt. pots, Gal. pots, 3-4 Gal. pots
Lots of seeds, mostly natives, wildflowers, bee/ butterfly plants

If anyone wants anything as a pretrade just lmk, no swap necessary. Like others said, I'd rather not have anything boomerang back home w me :)

DennisDFW - 2 spiderwort, daffodil bulbs, 1 hens & chicks, 2 standing cypress
Bananna18 - coffee grounds, rocks, hyacinth bean vine seeds
Gypsi - A. Tuberosa seeds, various milkweed seeds, 1 hens & chicks
TARogers - 1 hens & chicks, 2 crimson pirate DL
TXFlowerchild - 2 Liatris mucronata, milkweed seeds (already has A. Tuberosa & A. Curassavica), 3 standing cypress, lots of CP daylilies
Frostweed - various milkweed seeds, native bee & butterfly seeds
Sheilafw - Qt. & gal. pots
Steadycam - Devils Claw seeds/ pods

DennisDFW - hechtia texensis, agave 'quadricolor', agave 'meatclaw', mexican milkweed, frostweed, agave 'splendida', mammalaria grahamii cactus
TARogers - Purple Passion flower, 1 fertilizer, 1 moisture manager
Ilovejesus99 - pink & yellow lantana, elephant ear
Bananna18 - Daylilies: Stella, Siloam JB, NOID; Red columbine, blue bedder sage
Gypsi - Red passionflower, heartleaf skullcap
Frostweed - 1 Penstemon tenuis, 1 Anisacathus quadrifidus var. wrightii, crossvine
Sheilafw - Mini blinds, Sheffield daisy, pink Turks cap
TXFlowerchild - Epi cuttings; misc. pots, mini blinds, flats
Steadycam3 - Purple datura, jewel of opar, Peggy Martin rose, strawberry pots, chile petin

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Colleyville, TX(Zone 8a)

Becky, do you want Siloam June Bug DL? I can dig up Stella and have an unidentified which is likely Byzantine Emperor.
I have a columbine for you,which I think will make it.
Dennis, I am also digging and moving. Do you want different kind of spiderwort?

Grapevine, TX(Zone 8a)

Anna, I'd be glad to have another variety. I have a number of shady spots that could use some ground cover.

StillPlaysWDirt, I have a couple of small agave offsets of these varieties: Meat Claw, Splendida, and Quadricolor. Are you interested in any of those?

(Becky), Lipan, TX(Zone 7b)

Bananna, yes please on the Byzantine emperor DL, I don't have Stella d oro or Siloam junebug either so if you have extra I would love them. Thank you :)

Dennis I'm very interested in both the quadricolor and meatclaw agaves.. Thanks! :)

(Becky), Lipan, TX(Zone 7b)

Dennis could I have one of your dads mexican milkweeds please?

TARogers could I try one of your moisture managers and a super green lawn fertilizer please?

Sandy could I please have one of your pink and yellow lantana and an elephant ear?

Bananna, what kind of rocks are you looking for? I will bring you coffee grounds also :)

Gypsi - is it Butterfly milkweed seed you're looking for.. Asclepias tuberosa? If so I will be bringing some and can set aside a pack w your name on it :)

Colleyville, TX(Zone 8a)

Dennis : The offset is yours. I would love either a splendida or quadricolor if you have. Do you still have strawberry bush ?
Becky: did you want the columbine? Remember there is not a guarantee that that the DL is B. Emperor, but should be something interesting. I am looking for rocks about the size of a 5 -10 lb flour pack (Something that can be held by a serious weakling)

(Becky), Lipan, TX(Zone 7b)

Anna yes I would love the columbine! And I'm fine w the DL being a NOID variety. I can bring you as much rock as you want. I have a pile we've been adding rocks to over the last 4 years -- just lmk how many rocks you'd like.. I can bring a few 5 gallon buckets of them easily. Red sandstone I think, but I'm no expert.

Fort Worth, TX

Dennis I'd like to try 1 beauty berry if you still have one. StillPlayswithdirt, yes ma'am, butterfly milkweed, asclepius tuberosa would be wonderful. I have some of the wild milkweed seeds I want to try to start both

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Grapevine, TX(Zone 8a)

Now the trading is kicking in! I think I have everyone's requests recorded.

I still have plenty of snake herb and strawberry bush, both of which are interesting natives.

This message was edited Oct 5, 2014 6:28 PM

Colleyville, TX(Zone 8a)

Becky, a few 5 gallon buckets full would be great. I will bring my own containers that we can transfer to. The columbine is yours.
Dennis, I dug up and potted one spiderwort. I decided to remove the onion chives and transferred some there.Thanks for the agave and strawberry bush.
I agree snake herb is a wonderful groundcover with pretty spring flowers. I have the native coral berry which is nice too

Fort Worth, TX

Dennis and Still Plays, do I have anything you want? And Dennis, does the strawberry bush feed mockingbirds or any other species?

Grapevine, TX(Zone 8a)

There are some hice pictures of strawberry bush on this page:

It does say that mockingbirds eat them.

Fort Worth, TX

Since the mockingbirds have recently run out of peaches maybe I should get them one for a treat.

Baytown, TX(Zone 9b)

Dennis do you have another Quadricolor Agave. I would love one please

SPWD have you down for pink and yellow lantana and an elephant ear Remember it is the running type.

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Grapevine, TX(Zone 8a)

ilovejesus99, the last of the quadricolor agaves is yours. I will update the quantities in my list.

Baytown, TX(Zone 9b)

Thanks Dennis :)

Dallas, TX

Wow! I really am slow on the draw. So here's my spot and I'm sticking to it. Could I get a link, please?


Note: I'll bring as many pots and flats as will fit in my car. Any extras I can take back to Dallas for recycling.

4 inch plastic pots
Quart size plastic pots
Gallon size plastic pots
3 Gallon size plastic pots
Non-flat (molded?) flats
Flats that are divided to hold individual 4 inch or smaller pots
Seed starter trays
Some crack pots promised to SPWD
Various pots that are purely decorative or else would need holes drilled (some promised to SPWD)
Pots I can't begin to describe
4 hanging baskets w/o hangers
Misc. clay pots, mostly small, and most are brand new

Shards - Have a lot of large clay shards but won't bring unless someone wants any during pre-trades

Some but not many egg cartons (the ones that hold only half-dozen eggs)

4 o'clock seeds that are pinkish-coral color

Have a large red Turk's Cap that has been growing for years. If anyone knows how to propagate it, please tell me and I'll be glad to 'trade' some. Read that one can make hardwood cuttings but I'm skeptical.

Hostas if I can dislodge them

Organic vegetable seeds:
-Bush Beans (Contender & Royal Burgundy)
-Heirloom Romaine Lettuce (Jericho)
-Kale (mix of White Russian, Red Russian, & True Siberian)
-Onion Bunching/Scallion (White Lisbon)
-Swiss Chard (Flamingo Pink)
-Heirloom Radishes (Watermelon)
-Carrots (Scarlet Nantes)
-Arugula (Apollo)


To get rid of a lot of those pots!
Mulch (cedar, shredded hardwood, shredded leaves)
Buckets with lids (prefer 5 gallon size) so that I can use them for Spring RU


Native Columbines
Chile Pequin
Evergreen Sumac Rhus virens


Bananna18 - Native Columbine (?); Blue Bedder Sage; Inland sea oats
Gypsi - DampRid; liatris (maybe);
Josephine - Evergreen White Passion Vine, Passiflora caerulea; White Veined Dutchman's Pipe, Aristolochia fimbriata; and Greg's Bluemist, Conoclinium greggii
Sheila - Coral Nymph Salvia
SPWD - Milkweed seeds; 2 Native liatris mucronata; Standard Cypress; Crimson Pirate DLs
Steadycam - Frostweed; Epiphyllum; Chili Petin
Ted - Ginger; Irises


Dennis - Hostas if possible
SWPD - Epi cuttings; seed starter trays; divided flats; crack pots; misc. clay & decorative pots
Ted - Lantana; jasmine cuttings
Anna - 5 gallon (?) black plastic pot; 3 white plastic square planters; quart-size pots; any size pots
Sheila - Pots
Josephine - Pots
Sandy - Bird feeder

This message was edited Oct 25, 2014 4:37 PM

Dallas, TX

Gypsi - I'd love a red columbine if you haven't traded it yet
Anna - What about your columbine? Gone?

Dennis - I can bring some hostas. Will let you know what I've got. Do you still have a frostweed?
I got a podocarpus from your dad last spring. If you remember, is it the same as what he's giving now?

Dallas, TX

Newsflash. This is a comment for anyone fast on the draw:

Tomorrow or Friday I will be going to Painted Flower Farm (in Denton?) to check out their milkweed plants/seeds. They are not going to be growing anymore Asclepias currisavica for now, but I'm told they do have a lot of other varieties available that are indigenous to other parts of the country and hardy in North Texas.

Let me know if you want me to look for any specific varieties. I don't know if these are plants or seeds or both. If interested, then send me a D-Mail. Please include a means for me to contact you when I'm at the nursery.

I just found out about this late late late last night (watching the eclipse) and thus the short notice.

Fort Worth, TX

Flower Child, I am interested in seeds for any milkweeds the monarchs like.
And I think someone gave me some damp rid at spring roundup, if I can find the box- I think there were 2. I use my refrigerator for seed storage so I don't need it, and when I do use something like it I use nylon stockings full of rice.

Colleyville, TX(Zone 8a)

Txflower:Interested in milkweed too. See D mail.
I think I have another columbine for you. I would like some 3 gallon pots. I am actually more interested in the rims and 4 " down, so don't care if the bottom is messed up.

Fort Worth, TX

Still plays with dirt - I found a red passionflower start in the greenhouse I'd forgotten about, would like to trade for a chick from your hen and chicks? It is not old fashioned native passionflower, but i broke a root off repotting the parent plant, and kept watering it and it grew.

Also I do have ice plant? Ice flower? I got it from sybram and lost it once. got a cutting this summer. And I have another succulent that I do not know the name of that I got cuttings of this year, big silver dollar size leaves, kind of cabbage colored, will grow in sun or shade, potted or ground, a big cluster of tiny lavender blooms? Help me name it and I'll be happy to share a piece to get you started (only got a couple, but one landed in a flower pot)

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