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some new additions

Postby midge357 » Mar 22, 2011 11:48 am

ANNUALS
Acroclinum(strawflower)-yellow-1
Helianthus annus(sunflower)-4
Nicandra physalodes(shoofly of peru)-3
Tagetes(marigold)-2
Linaria(toadflax)-1

PERRENIALS
Allium schoenaprasum(chives)-3
aquilega-double purple(columbine)-1
Allium(white)-1
Alcea-pink(hollyhock)-2
Astilbe-10
anethum graveolens(dill)-1
Baptisa australis-1
crosimia”lusifer”-15
Dianthus barbatus(sweet William)-7
Galliardia”goblin”(blanket flower)-2
Galliardia”burgandy”(blanket flower)-1
Galliardia”dazzler”(blanket flower)-1
Lupinus-purple & pink mix(lupin)-5
Lunaria annua(money plant)-10
Leucanthemus superbum(shasta daisy)-1
Malva”zebrina”-1
Origanum vulgave(oregano)
physalis(chinese latern)-1
papaver(oriental poppy)-10
phlox-purple-1
Pennistemum glaucun(ornamental millet)-1
physostegia(obedience plant)-1
rosea”quenn annes”(queen annes rose)-1
Rudbeckia fulgrada(black eyed susan)-18
Rudbeckia fulgrada-mini(black eyed susan)-1
Vitus(grape vine)-tons of seeds


WILD FLOWERS
Antennaria(pussy toes)-1
aquilegia canadianis(wild columbine)-10
Cynanchum(pale swallowwort)-1

VEGETABLES
Orange pumpkin-1
Spaggeti squash-1
White pumpkin-1
carrot”big top”-1
parsley, hamburg(parsnip rooted)-1
summer squash”pic n pic hybrid”-2



WANTS- although I'm up for just about anything
Adonis(spring adonis)
abies koreana(korean fir)
actinida(hardy kiwi)
amsonia(blue star)
aster(dwarf aster or prrrenial)
avens(geum)
brunnera(siberian bugloss)
camassia(camass quamash)
clematis-avant garde
corydalis(fumewort)
caryopteris(bluebeard)
cimicifuga racemosa(cohosh)
callirhoe(poppy mallow)
cercis canadensis'covey '(lavender twist redbud)
centaura(giant knapweed)
dodecatheon(shooting star)
crocus(fall or saffron)
dicheostemma(firecracker flower)
epidedium
eremarus(himalayan foxtail lily)
euphorbia(euphorbia-"fireglow")
echinacea-hot papaya & merengue
fritillaria(any)
ferns-japenese red painted, japenese burgandy painted and autumn brilliance
humulus(hops)
hibiscus syriacus(rose of sharon hedge)
hosta-white feather
iris(iris-varigated leaves)
ipomea(morning glory-any, cardinal vine, ivy leaf morning glory)
liriope(creeping lilyturf)
laburnum alpinum(golden chain tree)
lupinus(lupin-red or yellow)
lobelia(cardinal flower)
lilium(lily tree)
mazus(mazus)
nymphaea(hardy water lily)
plhox-spinner
phyllostachys nigra(black bamboo)
rodgersia
scabiosa
sedum siebolii(october daphne)
trollius(globeflower)
trillium nivale(wildflower native to u.s.)
thermopsis(carolina lupin)
tradescantia-blushing bride
opentia(prickly pear)
omphalodes(blue eyed mary)
primula-redcap
zinnia
lonicera edulis”kamtschatica”(honey berry)
ginger
strawberry
blueberry
asparagus
tomato”swift”
also any herbs expecially those with medicinal use or fast growing annual vines
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Re: some new additions

Postby curlysue » Oct 09, 2011 12:05 am

do you have any shoo fly left?
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