Dallas RU and Plant Swap Have and Wants Oct 8th

Lindsay, OK(Zone 7a)

Debbie - I would love some of each mint and the aster if you have some extras... look at my list and lets talk some more!

Kingston, OK(Zone 7a)

Same goes for me Debbie. I have the chocolate

Dallas, TX

Debbie I am for anything that will grow in a pot and and this plant is fantastic! even the foilage is beautiful! Pleas have mine potted up and ready to go at the Dallas RU. :)
Clerodendrum incisum
your best friend :)

Sylvia

west Houston, TX(Zone 9a)

Sylvia-yes, despite that AWFUL PHOTO you insisted on posting you got the incisum! If you don't watch out Sylvia, I'm going to camp out on your couch just to drive you crazy at RU time---lol =)

Thank you Mitch I need to find good homes for some of those asters--they have been quite fruitful and multiplied in the 4 years in that location. Mints are easy--one of each for you--keep them in pots. You said you could root red and white lantana?

Ted--all mints except chocolate. Do you want some of that "rugged" daylilly in my journal? They will put up with horrible conditions--I've had it for 20 years--and haven't killed it yet!

I also have society garlic which definitely needs digging and dividing too...free to good homes. lol
Debbie

west Houston, TX(Zone 9a)

Sylvia--you need this also (good in pots in shade):
Mussanenda Luteola--small shade subshrub

Lindsay, OK(Zone 7a)

Thank you Debbie - Lantana yep easy to root - pinch peel off the leaves and there ya go. How many do you want? The ones here are purple or yellow trailing or some of the bright pink standing. I amso have a Dallas Red that is small but I could get two or three from too - just let me know.

Josephine, Arlington, TX(Zone 8a)

Shoot, I feel like everybody is trading and I am not doing anything, bur I don't have my list ready yet, Sorry,I still need to do some more sorting,
Josephine.

west Houston, TX(Zone 9a)

Mitch--bright pink and red if it grows some between now and then. Small plants are good--they will grow like crazy next year.

Josephine--Yes, you have quite a few to sort there; and looking pretty healthy and large, I might add.

I'm making small cuttings--hopefully they will take faster and easier in the heat. We shall see.

Fort Worth, TX(Zone 8a)

You and me too. But by the looks of your plants on that new shelf setup, it won't be long for you.

Dallas, TX

Quoting:
Sylvia--you need this also (good in pots in shade):
Mussanenda Luteola--small shade subshrub


yeah ... I will take that too. :)
Deb was it you who had a Ginger Mint? I would like to expierence that too.
Of course you can camp out at my place ... when are you coming down? Dmail me or better I will Dmail you my email addy and phone number. I hope you like Cats


west Houston, TX(Zone 9a)

Sylvia I was kidding about camping out at your house--just giving you the biz. Your down for a Mussanenda Luteola and a ginger mint for sure. Sorry, I don't have any catmint--lol

Fort Worth, TX(Zone 8a)

Your kitties definately look pampered Sylvia. I kicked mine out of the house long ago. They do have a shop with a dog door that is heated and a/c. They are in the end of the shop I use for potting and storing plants through the winter.

west Houston, TX(Zone 9a)

Don't hold your breathe on the hyssop folks--its looking poorly after all these deluges.

Dallas, TX

Awww Sheila... poor babies ... I guess theyare feral cats by now.

Fort Worth, TX(Zone 8a)

Yeah, right! And they are wasting away ...just skin and bones by now!! LOL! As it happens they were faral cats when I found them. One at a school in the country around Halloween, another was a free kitten sign, a momma had gave birth behind a washer in someones garage. I dare say, they aren't going anywhere. They don't even jump the fence and go into the front yard!!

Josephine, Arlington, TX(Zone 8a)

They sure are precious Sheila.

Fort Worth, TX(Zone 8a)

Thanks!
But sorry, I forgot this was our plant swap thread, Sylvia and I got carried away!

Lindsay, OK(Zone 7a)

Bump - lets keep this moving!

Josephine, Arlington, TX(Zone 8a)

Well Guys, here we go, I don't know why, but I have had a real hard time getting the plants organized. If I have forgotten something I promissed please let me know.

THESE ARE PROMISSED TO MITCH
2 Eupatorium greggii
2 Cedar Sage
2 Turks cap
2 Caeselpinia gilliesii, Dessert BOP
1 Sesbania drummondi, Rattle bush.
1 Carolina Cherry
1 Honey locust
1 Mexican plum
1 Sweetgum
1Maximillian sunflower
Cowpen daisy seeds.

THESE ARE PROMISSED TO DEBBIE
2 Eupatorium greggii
2 Cedar sage
1 Roughleaf Dogwood
2 Carolina Phlox

THESE ARE PROMISED TP GREENIE67
2 Carolina Phlox
1 Lemom balm
1 Sage for cooking
1 Brown turkey fig

THESE ARE PROMISSED TO TED
2 Flame Acanthus
2 Heath aster
2 Western Ironweed
2 Eupatoruim greggii
2 Penstemon tenuis
2 Turks cap
2 cowpen daisy
3 Frostweed
3 Carolina phlox.

THESE ARE PROMISED TO PAT
2 Heath aster
2 Coneflower
1 Pride of Barbados
2 Eupatorium greggii
I Brown Turkey Fig
1 Sage for cooking
2 Dessert BOP
1 Pineapple Salvia

THESE ARE PROMISED TO DAWNINGTEX
2 Eupatprium greggii

THESE ARE PROMISED TO STACEY
1 Carolina Cherry
1 Elderberry
2 Aster oblongifolious
2 Frostweed
1 Roughleaf Dogwood
2 Carolina Phlox

THESE ARE PROMISED TO PAIGE
1 Dessert BOP
1 Pride of Barbados
1 Flame Acanthus
1 Turks cap

THESE ARE PROMISED TO INDIRT
1 Turks cap
1 Cedar sage
1 Eupatorium greggii
1 Flame acanthus
1 Penstemon tenuis

PROMISED TO SHEILA
1 Pineapple Salvia, salvia elegans
2 Carolina phlox
2 Blue mist flower
1 Cat's whiskers

PROMISED TO TOBY
1 Dessert BOP
1 Goldenball leadtree cutting.

PROMISED TO CARLA
1 Dessert BOP.

THESE ARE AVAILABLE FOR TRADE

2 Flame Acanthus
5 Salvia guaranitica
4 Lantana Horrida
2 Penstemon tenuis
1 Datura wrightii
4 Datura metel, white and purple
1 Salvia coccinea, red
5 Four O'clocks,3 yellow,1 pink,1 white
2 Cowpen daisy
2 French hollyhock
6 Frostweed
4 White Mexican primrose
2 Aster oblongifolious
3 Mexican petunia, purple, pink
1 Sesbania drummondii, Rattle bush
1 Trumpet vine, Campsis radicans
2 Heirloom mums. purple with white
2 Elderberry
2 Redbuds
1 Willow, volunteer don't know which kind.

If you want some of my available plants but have nothing I need to trade, that is o.k.
I am more than happy to give my plants away to people who will love them and benefit from them.
So please don't be shy and ask away.







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west Houston, TX(Zone 9a)

2 Eupatorium greggii
2 Cedar sage
1 Roughleaf Dogwood

This is all I need Jesephine.
Debbie =)

Longview, TX(Zone 8a)

Josephine,

Can I get

Carolina Phlox
Lemon Balm
Sage
Brown Turkey Fig

Let me know if there's anything of mine you want. Thanks! =)

Josephine, Arlington, TX(Zone 8a)

I have edited, Debbie, and added Greenie67.
Please let me know if I have missed some of you, I think Sheila ans Sylvia had asked for something, but I can,t remember what.

Lake Dallas, TX

Does anyone have any of these for trade?

sophora affinis - Eve's necklace
Rhus lanceolata - Prairie fire sumac

I have these for trade

Acer Palmatum Viridis - Waterfall, japanese maple, 1" trunk
Acer Truncatum - Shantung Maple, 2' sapling
Golden Bamboo
Rhus Coppola - smooth sumac

Josephine, Arlington, TX(Zone 8a)

I could use the Smooth sumac, is there anything on my list that interests you?
I don't have the things you asked about.
Josephine.

Lake Dallas, TX

How about a small mexican plum? Also, i'm not positive its a smooth sumac, it could be staghorn but I dont know how to tell the difference. I can post a pic if that would help.

Josephine, Arlington, TX(Zone 8a)

The Mexican plums I had are already promised, but I can try rooting a cutting for you, I beleive there is time. As for the Sumac whichever kind it is is o.k.
Josephine.

Lindsay, OK(Zone 7a)

Dont forget Josephine I have a Smooth Sumac for you - looking bright and good again. Tobydmv - I can tell you if you post several pics I have four of the sumacs here so can tel them apart normally. Eves Necklace is something I have been looking for here too... it is one hard bugger to find!

Goldthwaite, TX(Zone 8a)

Josephine, I hope I have or can find some plants that you would like to have besides the agaritas. I've been looking every time we are in the pasture, but it is just too dry to find any interesting natives. A good soaking rain would make us happy for so many reasons!

You have so many wonderful plants, and I love the shelves that your sweet husband built for you. Would you please save these for me?

1 Pineapple salvia
2 Caesalpinia gilliesii, Dessert BOP
1 Pride of Barbados
1 Brown turkey fig.
1 Sage, for cooking

Previously I had asked for heath asters, purple coneflowers, and eupatorium greggii. You brought me western ironweeds in April, so someone else may like to have those that you have my name on.

Thanks,
Patricia

west Houston, TX(Zone 9a)

Add me for a Carolina Phlox too, please Josephine.

Josephine, Arlington, TX(Zone 8a)

O.K. Pat, I will give the Western Ironweed to someone else.
Don't worry about finding plants for me, I have so many already, but something unusual is always nice to have.
Josephine.

Josephine, Arlington, TX(Zone 8a)

Yes Debbie. Carolina Phlox for you.

Josephine, Arlington, TX(Zone 8a)

I am sorry Mtch, I had forgotten about your Sumac, do you have me down for that?

Lindsay, OK(Zone 7a)

I sure do!

Oh and Shelia I have you a catswiskers... just keeping track!

McKinney, TX(Zone 8a)

Josephine, you are bringing me stuff and I did not even have to ask for it! :-) Thanks for remember the stuff I asked for in the spring, but did not have a chance to get from you. Can I get one Carolina Phlox too?

Josephine, Arlington, TX(Zone 8a)

Of course Stacey, I will add it to you list.

Burleson, TX(Zone 8a)

Thank you so much for remembering me Josephine! I love my kids being home but I can't seem to get anything organized until school starts.

I would also love a Flame Acanthus and a Turk's Cap if not already taken.

Boerne new zone 30, TX(Zone 8b)

I'm trying to make it there for this one... if I do I can have some chocolate flower seeds if anyone wasnts some. please let me know.

nada

Josephine, Arlington, TX(Zone 8a)

Paige, the Flame acanthus and the Turks cap have been added to your list.

Hico, TX(Zone 8a)

promised to frostweed:
1 mimosa
1 Vernonia Lindheimeri
1 desert 4 o'clock tuber
2 rain lilies
1 rhus aromatica
1 antelope horn
2 sedges

promised to Carla in Rowlett:
Carolina Buckthorn

promised to dmj:
scutellaria wrightii (s)
woolly ironweed

promised to patrob:
echinacea sunset
scutellaria wrightii

I have
several Rhus aromatica (sumac shade shrub), http://www.sbs.utexas.edu/bio406d/images/pics/ana/rhus_aromatica.htm

2 Mimosa borealis (native shrub) http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/ornamentals/nativeshrubs/mimosaborealis.htm

several Antelope Horn Milkweed (Asclepias) a native monarch plant w/ interesting blooms,
http://davesgarden.com/pf/go/54138/index.html

2-3 Vernonia lindheimeri - have verified this plant http://www.sbs.utexas.edu/bio406d/images/pics/ast/vernonia_lindheimeri.htm

I have 2 kinds of native sedges - lt gr. and 6" and dk gr. 12"


I would like to offer up more plants, but I need help identifying them. help help

from Frostweed,
a turks cap, penstemon tenuis, eupatorium greggii, cedar sage, and flame acanthus
from TARogers:
cholla
from dmj:
red crossvine, pipevine, beautyberry
from patrob:
yucca rupicola


Sweezel - if anyone backs out of taking that hercules club, I'd like it.


Would like: Reverchon hawthorn, standing cypress, beautyberry, mountain mahogany, Condalia hookeri, flowering dogwood, kidneywood, prairie celestial



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Josephine, Arlington, TX(Zone 8a)

Indirt, I will add you to my list with the plants you requested.

If you can get Eve's necklace I would love one too. Also Vernonia Lindheimeri,
Dessert four o'clock , and one Mimosa if possible.
Thank you very much,
Josephine.

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