liliaceae's GardenWeb Exchange Page

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Seeds I have to trade:

  • Columbines - about 15 varieties. ask
  • Iris hartwegii v australis - hardiest Pacific Coast Native zones 6-8
  • Penstemon rare blue flowered species- ask if interested


Seeds I am looking for:

No current listings.


Plants I have to trade:

  • Acheilla (yarrow) rare purple; Oct to April
  • Adenifora lilifolia - tall lavender
  • Allium - white bells, sun or shade; early spring only
  • Aquilegia vulgaris, dark blues and purples- avail bloom season
  • Blackberry - large, sweet berries
  • Brunnera - Dec - Mar
  • Crocosmia aurea - Orange avail anytime
  • Daylilies, named - many varieties after bloom, ask what is available - all are ruffled with excellent form
  • Have lots of pinks with and without halos, mauves with darker halos, peaches and apricots, many with eyes and halos, a few yellows & oranges with halos. A couple of whites MAY be avail as well as reds. May have 1 or 2 spiders.
  • Have quite a few of these. Seedlings always seem to turn out VERY well, with good vigor and great form and coloring.
  • 5Party Queen x seedling. I think this is a heavily ruffled orange. I use this a lot in breeding as it gives lovely ruffling
  • 6Sublime Enchantment x Party Queen
  • Dicentra eximia - pink bleeding heart
  • Elderberries (Sambucus) -Madonna; -albomarginata
  • Epimedium
  • Figs, rooted 2 varieties
  • Hardy Geraniums - Please ask for list
  • Geranium x cantabrigiense 'Karmina'
  • Geranium endresii 'Wargrave Pink' - true mid-light pink
  • Geranium macrorrhizum - 3 colors
  • Geranium x oxonianum 'Claridge Druce'
  • Geranium pratense, named blue varieties mixed
  • Geranium pyrenaicum - 'Bill Wallis'
  • Geranium sanguineum 'Bloody Cranesbill'
  • Heuchera 'Lillian's Pink'
  • Heuchera 'Opal'-white, largest plant of any!
  • Hypericum - large yellow flowers, great groundcover
  • Iris siberica hybrids
  • Iris laevigata hybrids
  • Iris laevigata hybrid, white w purple flecks.
  • Iris -Pacific Coast Native Iris Hybrids - available Dec-Apr
  • Lilac plants - French Hybrids mixed, Dark purples & Lavs
  • Lily bulbs, Yellow Turkscap, Orange Turkscap, Oriental Lilies: Brasilia (1), Friso (1)
  • Loquat - fruiting, Mango-like flavor
  • Lysimachia punctata 'Alexander' variegated pink, white and green
  • Lysimachia ciliata 'Firecracker' red foliage, yellow flowers
  • Penstemon speciosus easy cultivar see pic at
  • http://www.alpengardener.com/files/QuickSiteImages/Penstemon_op_450x600.jpg
  • I have grown a great many Penstemon speciosus but this is the only one which has lasted. I have had this one for about 17 years. It divides well also. Hardy to zone 3 I believe.
  • Persicaria amplexicaulis ‘Atrosanguinea’
  • Philidephus hybrids (Mock Orange) ask for available varieties
  • Physostegia (obedient plant) lavender
  • Potentilla, easy ferny perennial with yellow flowers
  • Rose cuttings, English and Austin varieties
  • Solidago 'Fireworks' - Fantastic! Looks like yellow Fireworks in bloom. one of my latest blooming plants
  • Viola odorata, several varieties, pink, red, grape, purple
  • Viola white
  • Cuttings
  • Grapes
  • several hardy varieties
  • Elderberry variegated edible
  • Marginita Elder cuttings
  • Madonna Elder cuttings
  • Current - Red Lake


Plants I am looking for:

  • Lilies
  • OT, Orientals, Orienpet, American species & hybrids, Martagons, Turkscaps, named Tiger Lilies
  • Shade plants
  • Unusual Hydrangeas
  • Pulmonaria varieties
  • Heuchera varieties
  • Potentilla red or pink perennials (not shrubs)
  • Named varieties of the following I don't have
  • Thornless blackberries
  • Raspberries other than Heritage
  • Pomegranates from zones 5 & 6
  • Concord type American Grape varieties or seedlings
  • Muscadine Grapes
  • Blue flowered plants such as:
  • Hardy Geraniums
  • Brunnera
  • Pulmonarias
  • others
  • Red flowered Potentilla perennial (not shrub)
  • Rooted fig plants from zone 6 & 7
  • Newer Heuchera varieties
  • Double flowered Hardy Geraniums
  • Dark foliage Hardy Geraniums
  • Hardy Hibiscus
  • Astilbe, Red, Dark Pink and Purple
  • Hellebores, picotee, bicolor, or double flowered