I've got a quick trade of a dark pink Hydrangea (macrophylla type)although cultivar name is unknown. It is a few years old and already sending off side shoots - it is a vigorous plant. It will bloom this year.
Also have a beautiful light pink hybrid perpetual rose named 'Larry Daniels' which is a sport of the pink 'Barbara Worl'. It is also good sized (3 ft. - I'll cut it down) and will bloom this year.
These are fairly large plants and I am interested in approximately equal trades. I'm very interested in Hellebores, Cyclamen and Daphnes as well as other shade plants. But don't stop there! Tell me what you've got to share!
Have: Good-sized Hydrangea and Rose
Thanks for the post, but the hydrangea and the rose are already spoken for.