remy's GardenWeb Exchange Page

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Seeds I have to trade:

  • Updated 02/16/09
  • Hi,
  • Because of the new postal bubble envelope rates, I would prefer to do larger trades of at least 4 varieties.
  • Seeds marked with a G are from my garden.
  • I have photos of most plants. Many that I have Wintersowed can be seen on my Wintersown Photobucket album Click here
  • Seeds collected from the garden will grow true to variety except where marked with a *. The items with a * may have seedling variation because the parent is a named variety and may be a hybrid, and/or I have not personally grown saved seeds from that plant. But they were not grown near anything that could cross pollinate so they may very well come true or close.
  • Seeds with just a year are from a commercial pkg.
  • Seeds marked with a T are from generous traders! All are from last winter through this winter and what I believe to be true to name.
  • Seeds marked Special are from very unusual plants and/or are hard to get seeds from. Please offer something unusual in exchange, and of course if I contact you, you are welcome to take any. : )
  • If you need more info on a variety, please e-mail me.
  • KL---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  • Seeds-----collected in KEY LARGO(zone 11), Florida 08 and 09---------collected in KEY LARGO----------------------
  • Key Largo plants can be seen at Click here http://s65.photobucket.com/albums/h234/Remyo_2006/Key%20Largo/Key%20Flowers%20Saved%20Seeds/
  • Pandorea jasminoides(Bower Vine) 08
  • Acalypha wilkesiana aka Acalphya tricolor (Jacob's coat aka Joseph's Coat)* 09
  • Hibiscus chinensis(Tropical Hibiscus) Yellow* 09(12 seeds)
  • Senna
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  • FLOWERS - ANNUALS and BIENNIALS(at least in zone 6, lol)-----------ANNUALS and BIENNIALS---------
  • Agrostemma(Corn Cockle) G 06
  • Acroclinium/Helipterum roseum(Paper Daisy) 'Goliath' 06
  • Adonis aestivalis 07
  • Alyssum 'Carpet of Snow' 06
  • Ammi Majus T
  • Anchusa capensis(Cape Forget-me-not) 07
  • Calendula, orange T
  • Campanula medium (Canterbury Bells) lavender G 07
  • Campanula medium(Canterbury Bells) purple G 07
  • Both of the above bloomed at separate times.
  • Centaurea, great assortment of varieties and colors T
  • Centaurea(Bachelor Buttons), Blue G 06
  • Cosmos 'Sensation' mix 08
  • Cynoglossum amabile(Chinese Forget-me-not)short variety G 06 P
  • Cynoglossum amabile(Chinese Forget-Me-Not)'Blue Shower' tall variety 07
  • Dahlia 'Unwin's dwarf Hybrids' mix 08
  • Dimorphotheca(African Daisy) Mix 07
  • Gaillardia 'Monarch Strain' 09
  • Iberis(Candytuft) 'Giant Hyacinth' 06
  • Ipomopsis(Standing Cypress), Red and Yellow mix G 07
  • Ipomoea(Morning Glory) 'Red Star' 09(6 seeds)
  • Ipomoea(Morning Glory) 'Minibar Rose' T
  • Kochia(Mexican Fire Bush aka Summer Cypress) 08
  • Mallow 'Vulcan' 07
  • Marigold 'Harlequin' G 07
  • Marigold 'Snowdrift' 07
  • Matthiola incana(Stock)'Giant Imperial' mix 06
  • Mesembryanthemum (Livingstone Daisy)Mix 07
  • Nigella(Love-in-a-Mist), white T SASBE
  • Pennisetum glaucum(Ornamental Millet) 'Purple Majesty' T
  • Petunia, bright pink Wave G* 07
  • Petunia, shade of purple G* 07
  • Petunia 'Azure Pearls' G* 08
  • Phlox 'Fantasy Mix' 07
  • Phlox 'Tall Grandiflora Mix' 09
  • Runner Bean 'Painted Lady Improved' 09 a few seeds
  • Scabiosa 'Mourning Bride' 09
  • Snapdragon, yellow G 06
  • Snapdragon, multi-color sunset shades G 06
  • Sunflower 'Autumn Beauty' 09
  • Sunflowers, Red G 07
  • Sunflower 'Stella Gold' 08
  • Thunbergia alata(Black Eyed Susan Vine) 09- 12 seed trade
  • Tragopogon porrifolius(Oyster Plant aka Salsify) G 09
  • Verbena, deep pink from mammoth mix G 07
  • Verbena 'Ideal Florists Strain' 08
  • Zinnia, deep pink G 07
  • Zinnia 'Dream' dahlia flowered 08
  • Zinnia 'T&M Giant Cactus Mix'(hot colors) 09
  • Zinnia 'Rose-Pink' cactus flowered 08
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  • FLOWERS - PERENNIALS and SHRUBS------------------------------PERENNIALS and SHRUBS---------
  • Aciphylla simplicifolia T
  • Achnatherum hymenoides(Indian Rice Grass) T
  • Agapanthus africanus T
  • Agapanthus praecox ssp. orientalis T
  • Agastache foeniculum, wonderful licorice scent! G 06
  • Amaranthus, tall purple T
  • Allium 'Purple Sensation' G 08
  • Amorpha canescens(Lead Plant) T
  • Asarina procumbens(Creeping Snapdragon) T
  • Asarina 'Joan Lorraine' T
  • Asclepias curassavica(Scarlet Milkweed), for zone 8 and warmer T
  • Aster 'October Skies' G* 07
  • Bistorta bistortoides(Miner's Toes) T
  • Blechnum wattsii T
  • Calceolaria petiolris T
  • Calylophus hartwegii T
  • Caryopteris(Blue Mist Shrub) 'Dark Knight' G* 07
  • Centaurea montana G 09 small trade
  • Clematis, my own seedling G 09
  • Chilopsis linearis(Z8) T
  • Codonopsis lanceolata T
  • Corokia cotoneaster T
  • Coronilla coronata(Pea Vetch) T
  • Chrysanthemum(Shasta Daisy) T
  • Columbine, Pink T
  • Columbine, tall blue G 08
  • Tall Blue Columbine
  • Cynara cardunculus(Cardoon) T
  • Daylilies, mixed named T
  • Daylilies, I only know the "moms" because I don't do purposeful crosses. Most trades are approx. 8 seeds.
  • Daylily, yellow, early bloomer, from family cottage O8
  • Daylily 'Ball Gown' G 08
  • Daylily 'Ice Carnival' G 08
  • Daylily forgot which one, possibly Blueberry Breakfast but definitely not a yellow G 08
  • Daylily short apricot unknown G 08
  • Daylilies G 09 please ask
  • Delphinium, blue from Norway(friend's mother's garden)
  • Delphinium likiangense T
  • Dianthus deltoides 'Brilliancy' 07
  • Dianthus 'Spring Beauty' G 08
  • Eriogonum grande rubescens(Red Buckwheat) T)
  • Gaura lindheimeri 'Geyser White' G 09
  • Gelsemium sempervirens(Carolina Jasmine Vine)for zone 7 and warmer, 10 seeds T
  • Genista horrida(Broom) T
  • Gentiana asclepiadea alba(White Willow Gentian) T
  • Gladiolus, not sure which one, either white or pink G 07
  • Gladiolus 'Mon Cher' G 08
  • Echinacea purpurea T
  • Eragrostis spectabilis('Ruby Silk' Love Grass) T
  • Eryngium yuccafolium(Rattlesnake Master) T
  • Firmiana simplex(Chinese Parasol Tree), for zone 7 and warmer T
  • Helianthemum nummularium(Rockrose) pink G 07
  • Hesperaloe parviflora(Red Yucca) T
  • Hibiscus laevis/militaris (Halberd Leaved Marsh Mallow) T SASBE
  • Hibiscus coccineus(Texas Red Star) T
  • Hibiscus manihot, for zone 8 and above, but can be grown as an annual T
  • Hibiscus moscheutos, white w/pink edge('Luna Blush'?, orig. plant from friend's garden received w/out name)G 07
  • Photobucket
  • Holly, no other info T-SASBE
  • Iris versicolor(Blue Flag Water Iris)G P 06
  • Iris, Siberian, blue bought as 'Caesar's Brother' but I think it isn't, seedlings will be various shades of blue G*
  • Iris, ensata (Japanese), purple and blue G 07, 06 SASBE
  • Liatris(Blazing Star) T
  • Lily, Asiatic, pastels G 08
  • Matargon Lily 'Mrs. Backhouse' T
  • Lunaria(Money Plant) T -SASBE
  • Lupine, Purple G 09
  • Lychnis(Ragged Robin) may have some Salmon Lychnis mixed in G 09
  • Meconopsis grandis(Blue Himalayan Poppy) seed from a Norway Garden 08- special and I will only send to someone in a cool climate
  • Monarda(Beebalm) 'Petite Delight' G* 08
  • Moraea moggii T
  • Muscari(Grape Hyacinth) 'Valerie Finnis' G* 06
  • Opuntia(Prickly Pear Cactus)yellow flowers w/red base G 09
  • Oxtropis megalantha(Locoweed) T
  • Papaver paucifoliatum T
  • Pardancanda 'Dazzler'(Candy Lily) G 08
  • Penstemon 'Prairie Dusk' G* 07
  • Peony, Tree, pink G* 09(8 big seeds per trade)
  • Platycodon(Balloon Flower)'Fuji Blue' G* 06
  • Polyxena odorata T
  • Ratibida(Mexican Hat) T
  • Rigidella orthantha aka Tigridia orthantha T
  • Rose, glauca/rubrifolia G
  • Rose hips from other roses, please ask
  • Salvia indica T
  • Salvia transylvanica T
  • Salvia verticillata 'Purple Rain' T
  • Scleranthus uniflorus T
  • Scorpiurus muricatus(Prickly Caterpillar) T
  • Senna odorata T
  • Silybum marianum(Milk Thistle) T
  • Sphaeralcea coccinea T
  • Stachys byzantina(Lamb's ears) G 06
  • Thuja occidentalis(Eastern White Cedar) T
  • Triadenum japonicum T
  • Vernonia baldwinii T
  • Vittadinia cuneata T
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  • HERBS-----HERBS-----HERBS-----HERBS-----HERBS-----
  • Basil, Thai G 08
  • Burnet(sanguisorba minor) T
  • Chervil G 06
  • Dill, Mammoth G 09
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  • VEGETABLES------VEGETABLES-------VEGETABLES----------VEGETABLES--------
  • Bean, 'Cherokee Trail of Tears' pole G 07
  • Bean, 'Striped Hull Greasy Cutshort' G 08
  • Bean, 'Jembo Polish' G 09 -special
  • The following beans(and cowpea) are commercial ones for cooking that I bought in Homestead, Florida(farmer's market and Sedanos.) I tested them for germination, and of course I can send photos.
  • Bean, 'Red Cranberry'(not 'True Red Cranberry') this one is red with just a touch of white spots - very pretty 08
  • Bean, regular cranberry type, variety unknown 08
  • Bean, 'Canary' aka Peruano 08
  • Bean, 'White Cargamanto' 09
  • Cowpea, variety unknown, small light gray/brown 08
  • Beets, 'Detroit Dark Red' T(labeled as C)
  • Cucumber Piccolo di Parigi C 10
  • Eggplant, Ghost Buster* G 09
  • Eggplant, Viserba C 10
  • Endive/Escarole 'Romanesco Taglio' 06
  • Italian Dandelion/Chicory w/red stems 'Catalogna Italiko Rosso' 06
  • Lettuce, Mesclun Mix from Italy, large pkg. reads "misticanza insalata odorosa da taglio" 06
  • Lettuce, Rocky Top Mix from Baker Creek 07
  • Lettuce, Asian Sword Leaf 07
  • Melon, 'Honeydew' T(labeled as C)
  • Okra, 'Clemson Spineless' T
  • Pepper, Anaheim Long Red 07
  • Pepper, Early Jalapeno G 06
  • Pepper, 'Early Jalapeno' T-SASBE
  • Pepper, Marconi Rosso C 10
  • Pepper, 'Pimento De Cocinar' Cubanelle 09
  • Pepper, Hot Ornamental types(ask) T
  • Radish, Szechuan Red 06
  • Radish mix G 07
  • Rhubarb, 'Glaskin Perpetual' T
  • Squash, blue pumpkin(very tasty!) from Hurd Orchards, I'm pretty positive it is Jarradale 08*
  • Squash, red cheese pumpkin type from local farmer 08*
  • Squash, Acorn 'Royal Acorn' 06
  • Squash, 'Tromboncino' 07
  • Squash, 'Early White Bush Scallop' 08
  • Tomato,I have MANY varieties Click here to see list Not all are in quantities for trade.
  • Tomato, Ananas Noire(Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, Aunt Ginny's Purple G 07
  • Tomato, Aunt Gertie's Gold T
  • Tomato, Big Zac(from 2 sources, this is a hybrid so who knows what you will get) T
  • Tomato, Black and Brown Boar (Buffalo-Niagara Tomato Party) 09
  • Tomato, Black Cherry (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 08
  • Tomato, Black Zebra (Buffalo-Niagara Tomato Party) 09
  • Tomato, Blue Ridge Mountain (Buffalo-Niagara Tomato Party) 09
  • Tomato, Brad's Black Heart(Buffalo-Niagara Tomato Party) 09
  • Tomato, Cherokee Chocolate (Buffalo-Niagara Tomato Party) 09
  • Tomato, Cherokee Green Grape (Buffalo-Niagara Tomato Party) 09
  • Tomato, Clint Eastwood's Rowdy Red Tomato (Buffalo-Niagara Tomato Party) 09
  • Tomato, Coyote T
  • Tomato, Cuostralee (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 08
  • Tomato, Dagma's Perfection (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, Daniels (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, Dice's Mystery Black (Buffalo-Niagara Tomato Party) 08
  • Tomato, Dr. Lyle (Buffalo-Niagara Tomato Party) 07
  • Tomato, Elbe (Buffalo-Niagara Tomato Party) 07
  • Tomato, Farmer Reds T -great germination tested 3/09
  • Tomato, Flathead Monster (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 07
  • Tomato, Goose Creek (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, Green Giant (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 07
  • Tomato, Green Zebra (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, Grub's Mystery Green (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, Haley's Purple Comet (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 08
  • Tomato, HeShPoLe F7 (Heart Shaped Potato Leaf) (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, Humph G 08
  • Tomato, Indian Stripe (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, Isis Candy (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, Italian Purple (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 07
  • Tomato, Joe's Plum (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, Julia Child (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, Kosovo (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, Livingston Favorite G 07
  • Tomato, Magnum (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, Mexico (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, Moldovan Green (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 07
  • Tomato, Mortgage Lifter (from a tomato from a Kentucky farmer) 07
  • Tomato, Noire de Crimee (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 08
  • Tomato, NoviHan Pink (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, Olena Ukrainian (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, OSU Blue Fruit and Roma mix- I had an accident!(Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party)08
  • Tomato, Paul Robeson (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, Piedmont (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 08
  • Tomato, Persimmon T
  • Tomato, Plum Tigress (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 08
  • Tomato, Pomadoro Tropic (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, Principe Borghese (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, Purple Calabash (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, Riesentraube T
  • Tomato, Rocky (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, Roma T
  • Tomato, Russian 117(Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, Rutgers 08
  • Tomato, Saint Remy Perfit G 06 (not commercially available, orig. from France)
  • Tomato, Schwartz Sarah (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, Slankard's (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, Spark's Yellow (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 07
  • Tomato, Thai Pink Egg (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, Tobolsk (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, Vintage Wine (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 07
  • Tomato, Virginia Sweets (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, Wayahead 07
  • Tomato, Wes (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, White Beauty (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tomato, ??? Green - unknown from Tomatofest pkt. 3 plants were the same so it is a variety (Buff.-Niag. Tom. Party) 09
  • Tragopogon porrifolius(Oyster Plant aka Salsify) G 09
  • Watermelon, 'Sugar Baby' T
  • Wheatgrass(triticum aestivum)'Liquid Sunshine' T
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  • OTHER-----------OTHER--------------------
  • Black-eyed Susan 07, no more info T- SASBE
  • Palm Tree, no other info, 3 large seeds T-SASBE
  • Magic Markers, large black or red kind, Highlighters


Seeds I am looking for:

  • Please don't be afraid to make me an offer. I like flowers in the Blue(If it has caerula, gentiana, or azurea in the name, I probably want it, lol, oh, campanulacea too!), Purple, and Pink color range, but soft yellow or peach is ok too. Got a plant you think I'll love? A plant that makes you go "Oooh" when it blooms? Tell me about it : )
  • I have an interest in heirlooms, but any plant with special qualities, like fragrance or a color different than in all the catalogs, interests me also.
  • The only thing I am not looking for is melons. I am allergic to them.
  • As of 3/30/10 Wish List(might not be in alphabetical order):
  • Heirlooms, flowers and vegetables
  • Alpine perennials
  • Plants for dry poor soil
  • Plants for damp shade
  • Annuals for trailing out of pots
  • Unusual Annuals
  • Great tasting heirloom pole Beans- I have lots so please find out what kinds I have first
  • AMPHICARPAEA bracteata(American Hog Peanut)
  • Agalinis
  • Aster oblongifolius(Aromatic Aster)
  • Tronchuda Cabbage(Portugese Kale)
  • Anchusa- perennial variety
  • Brussel sprouts, red/purple kind
  • Lettuce, any slow bolting varieties
  • Bean 'Green Annelino'
  • Peppers, sweet
  • Peppers, hot, mild to medium heat only
  • Pepper 'Jaloro', 'Aji Dulce'(1-5), Beaver Dam
  • Pumpkin/Squash, 'Tennessee Sweet Potato'
  • Eggplant 'Round Mauve'
  • Tomato, Ultra Girl, Spear's Tennessee Green
  • I don't need other tomatoes, but if you have a great variety that I don't have, I may be interested because I can't control my tomato habit : )
  • Agastaches
  • Amberboa muricata
  • Aster, Annual spidery types
  • Asarina scandens 'Sky Blue'
  • Bignonia capreolata(Crossvine)
  • Brachycome
  • Berkheya purpurea "Zulu Warrior"
  • Calliroe(Poppy Mallow)
  • Centaurea rothrockii
  • Coleus
  • Campanula (Bellflowers) unusual species and also relatives
  • Cyananthus
  • CHAENORRHINUM glareosum
  • Centaurea unusual kinds like C. RUTHENICA, C. nervosa, etc.
  • Centaurea gymnocarpa(Dusty Miller/Velvet Centaurea)
  • Clarkia breweri
  • CORTUSA
  • CUPHEA viscosissima
  • Diascia
  • Dianthus 'Chianti' other interesting dianthus
  • Eritrichium(Alpine/Arctic Forget-me-not)
  • Erysimum linifolium(Alpine Wallflower) and other erysimum but not orange
  • Euphorbia marginata(annual Snow on the Mountain)
  • GILLENIA trifoliata
  • Hanabusaya asiatica aka Symphyandra asiatica Nakai
  • ILLIAMNA remota
  • Lathyrus nervosus
  • Lathyrus sativus
  • Lewisia
  • Linaria alpina
  • Larkspur
  • Lupine hartwegii 'Sunrise' or other
  • Lychnis Lumina Salmon
  • MAURANDYA antirrhiniflora(Snapdragon Vine)
  • Meconopsis horridula
  • Morning Glory, Japanese types
  • MIMULUS ringens or M. lewisii
  • Mirabilis multiflora(Wild/Colorado Four O'clock)
  • Nasturtium 'Moonlight'
  • Nicotiana unusual kinds
  • Nolana
  • Oxypetalum caeruleum aka Tweedia(Southern Star)
  • Penstemons
  • Pentas lanceolata
  • Annual Phlox in interesting colors like 'Coral Reef'
  • Petunias
  • Poppies
  • Paracaryum coelestium
  • Playtystemon californicus(Cream Cups)
  • Phlomis cashmeriana
  • PYROLA asarifolia
  • Psuedolysimachion kiusianum 'Maxium'
  • RAMONDA myconi
  • Salvias especially with blue flowers
  • Salvia jurisicii
  • Salvia dorrii
  • Senecio elegans
  • Silene colorata 'Dwarf Pink Star'
  • Stachys coccinea
  • Sedum caeruleum "Azure Sedum"
  • Sunflower 'Jade', 'Apricot Twist', other neat looking ones
  • TALINUM calycinum
  • Teucrium(Germander)
  • Triodanis(Venus' Looking Glass)
  • Verbena bipinnatifida(Great Plains Verbena)
  • Verbena annual kinds
  • Viola(Johnny Jump-up)
  • Wahlenbergia capensis
  • Tinantia erecta(Widow's Tears)
  • Venidium fastuosum(Cape Daisy)
  • Zinnia, big pretty ones
  • Or anything else you might have : )
  • OTHER
  • Jiffy-7 peat pellets
  • Paper seed/coin Envelopes
  • Pinbacks/buttons(any type- political, sayings, bands, etc.)


Plants I have to trade:

  • This is an ever evolving list. : )
  • I can send you a picture of the plant you're interested in. Most plants are large divisions. Plants grown from seed will be smaller but have large roots. Alpines by nature are small also.
  • Some plants will be in my pot ghetto, but some will need to be dug. I work full time, and the weather may not be cooperative, etc., so I can be a couple weeks sometimes. I am a good trader(please check my my Rate and Review,) but if you are a big hurry for plants, please look elsewhere.
  • Horseradish, Bohemian- makes a nice hot horseradish
  • Blackberry 'Triple Crown Thornless' Cuttings(just stick in ground and watch them grow), I may have rooted pieces, please ask.
  • Pussy Willow- potted
  • Baptisia australis(False Indigo)-potted
  • Oregano,regular
  • Oenothera(Sun Drops) came w/house looks like 'Fireworks', clump forming spreads, but NOT invasive like other kinds. It has evergreen rosettes that are red during the winter.
  • Chives
  • Campanula poscharskyana(Serbian Bellflower)
  • Anemone 'Montrose' - in the spring before it gets big
  • Daylily 'Ballgown'
  • Daylily unknown short, apricot/melon color possibly 'Sea Gold'
  • Daylily 'Chartreuse Cutie'
  • Daylily 'Luxury Lace'
  • Daylily 'Happy Returns'
  • Daylily 'Pardon Me'
  • Daylily fulva rosea
  • Echium vulgare(Viper's Bugloss)- in spring before it gets big
  • Euphorbia myrsinites
  • Garlic, hardneck, very tasty and stores well for a hardneck
  • Geranium sanguineum
  • Geranium 'Biokovo'
  • Geranium macrorrhizum
  • Iris, dwarf 'Candy Apple'
  • Iris 'Honorabile'
  • Iris, historic, dark purple bottom light purple top probably Alcazar
  • Photobucket
  • Iris, historic, red bottom and yellow top, probably 'Frank Adams'
  • Iris, Lousiana 'Black Gamecock'
  • Iris, Japanese, dark blue or purple
  • Knautia macedonia
  • Lobelia 'Ruby Slippers'- in the spring/early summer(gets too big later)
  • Muscari (grape hyacinths) this late blooming variety expands by bulbs, but does Not seed around like some do
  • Myosotis(Forget-me-nots)
  • Opuntia(Prickly Pear Cactus)hardy w/yellow, red based flowers Oregano, golden
  • Sensitive Fern (Onoclea sensibilis)
  • Phlox stolonifera, shade ground cover w/purple flowers(possibly 'Sherwood Purple')
  • Rose glauca - must be dug
  • Rose 'Belle de Crecy' -suckers
  • Rose 'Marchessa Boccella' - must be dug
  • Rose Cuttings, If you are good w/Rose Cuttings, I'm always happy to send some. I send nicely chosen branches(see member page for varieties).
  • Rudbeckia 'Goldsturm'
  • Salvia azurea
  • Sedum spurium w/hot pink flowers, un-named ground cover, red winter foliage(related to Dragon's Blood) John Creech?
  • Sedum 'Angelina'
  • Sedum kamtschaticum
  • Sedums, assorted, some named, some not, have pics
  • Solidago rugosa(Wrinkleleaf/Rough-leaved Goldenrod)
  • Stachys monieri, purple
  • Tradescantia 'Billberry Ice'
  • Verbena hastata(Blue Vervain)
  • Veronica austriaca 'Royal Blue'
  • Veronica gentianoides
  • Veronica chamaedrys (Germander Speedwell)
  • Veronica 'Georgia Blue'
  • OTHER ITEMS-------------OTHER ITEMS-------------OTHER ITEMS
  • vintage red handle utensils like a ricer, etc.
  • vintage Japanese(marked Japan, no "made in") Rooster, large ceramic http://i65.photobucket.com/albums/h234/Remyo_2006/P1010015.jpg
  • Claude Monet Friends and Family Organizer
  • Video Tape brand new, Jerry Baker Year Round Vegetable Gardening
  • MAGAZINES-----------MAGAZINES
  • This Old House, issues from 2007 and 08
  • BOOKS-----------BOOKS----------------BOOKS
  • All the books offered are from garden book box lots at local auctions. I wanted the outdoor books, and these books were in the lots also. They are used, not torn or anything, just not brand new. They are good quality books with lots of photos and/or drawings and contain lots of info. E-mail me for more in depth description of book you are interested in.
  • Miniature Orchids by Rebecca Tyson Northern, paperback 189 pgs. 1988 special printing for the American Orchid Society
  • Crockett's Indoor Garden by James Underwood Crockett, hardcover 1978 325 pgs.
  • Crockett's Indoor Garden, paperback 1978
  • Houseplants by Joan Compton, hardcover 1972 158 pgs.
  • The Japanese Art of Miniature Trees and Landscapes by Yuji Yoshimura and Giovanna M Halford, paperback 220 pgs.
  • Rodales Encyclopedia of Indoor Gardening ed. by Anne M. Halpin, 1980 hardcover 890 pgs.
  • In Your Greenhouse with Perry Thrower, hardcover 1972 reprint of 1963 142 pgs.
  • The next 2 seem to be of an old series and can go together Better Homes and Gardens Favorite Houseplants,hardcover 1976 96 pgs.
  • Better Homes and Gardens Container Plants, hardcover 1978 96 pgs.
  • The next 2, people would argue over whether any good or not, The Impatient Gardener by Jerry Baker,paperback 1983 228 pgs.
  • Jerry Baker's Fast Easy Vegetable Garden, paperback 1988 272 pgs.
  • WNY---------------------WNY-------------------------------WNY
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  • List of Plants for WESTERN NY Garden Exchange
  • Please DON'T cold call e-mail me about trading from this list BELOW. If you are going to the exchange, please email me.
  • -Another wonderful exchange happened! Can't wait until next year : )
  • BLOOMIN' FRIENDS------------------BLOOMIN' FRIENDS-------------
  • The list below is a reference for the Bloomin' Friends exchange group ONLY. It is daylilies I grow. It is not a trade list.
  • Alpine Mist
  • Artist at Heart
  • Awesome Blossom
  • Ball Gown
  • Beautiful Edgings
  • Bedouin Bride
  • Big Apple
  • Big Smile
  • Blueberry Breakfast
  • Braveheart
  • Bucky balls
  • Chartreuse Cutie
  • Chestnut Mountain
  • China Bride
  • Crimson Pirate
  • Dallas Star
  • Dark Star
  • Debbie #4
  • Eggplant Escapade
  • Eye in the Sky
  • Fan Club
  • Francois Verhaert
  • fulva rosea
  • Gentle Rose
  • Happy Returns
  • Ice Carnival
  • Impish Charm
  • Indian Love Call
  • Jason Mark
  • Jo Barbre
  • Lake Norman Spider
  • Leonard Bernstein
  • Little Wart
  • Little Wine Cup
  • Luxury Lace
  • Ming Porcelain
  • Minstrel Boy
  • Mountain Violet
  • Night Beacon
  • Oceans 11
  • Only Believe
  • Open Hearth
  • Pardon Me
  • Purple Rain
  • Respighi
  • Rocket City
  • Romantic Dream
  • Shallow Waters
  • Showgirl
  • Siloam David Kirchoff
  • Siloam Gumdrop
  • Skinny Dipping
  • Sovereign Queen
  • Study in Ruffles
  • Strawberry Candy
  • Strutter's Ball
  • Tennessee Flycatcher
  • Trahlyta
  • Watchyl Lavender Blue
  • Wedding Band
  • Which Way Jim
  • NOID Munson(lavender)
  • Unknown Lavender Spider
  • Unknown short Apricot looks like 'Sea Gold'
  • Unknown brick Red
  • Unknown yellow, very early bloom(end of May), flava?
  • Unknown pale yellow, tall
  • The list below is a reference for Bloomin' Friends exchange group ONLY. It is a list of iris I grow. It is not an exchange list.
  • 'Arctic Fancy' intermediate
  • 'Baby Blessed' dwarf
  • 'Before The Storm'
  • 'Betty ?'
  • 'Beverly Sills'
  • 'Black Sargeant'
  • 'Candy Apple' dwarf
  • Champagne
  • 'Crimson King'
  • '5 Star Admiral'
  • florentina
  • 'Full Tide'
  • 'Gold Imperial'
  • 'Honorabile'
  • 'Honey Gazed'
  • 'Indian Chief'
  • 'Kevin's Theme'
  • 'Little Blue Eyes' dwarf
  • 'Love the Sun'
  • 'Night Stalker'
  • 'Samurai Warrior'
  • 'Stairway to Heaven'
  • 'Superstition'
  • 'Wabash'
  • Unknown Orange
  • Unknown White and Peach
  • Unknown Light Blue
  • Unknown Cream Top/red bottom, historic maybe Frank Adams
  • Unknown Maroon dwarf
  • Unknown Red
  • Unknown Purple
  • Unknown short lavender
  • Unknown light Purple top /dark Purple bottom, historic type possibly Alcazar
  • Unknown very light Purple top /dark purple bottom, historic type
  • Unknown dwarf dark Cherry
  • Japanese un-named Blue, Lavender, Purple, and White
  • cristata
  • fulva
  • flavescens
  • graminea(Plum Scented)
  • Louisiana 'Black Gamecock'
  • -another need to look up name, lol
  • pallida 'Zebra'
  • Siberian
  • -'Butter and Sugar'
  • -'Roaring Jelly'
  • -'Sultan's Ruby'
  • -Med. Blue
  • -'Oriental Blue'
  • -White
  • Brevicaulis
  • Virginica shrevei
  • Relatives
  • -Dwarf Variegated Sweet Flag
  • -Sisyrinchium bellum(Mini Blue-Eyed Grass)
  • SEDUMS I'M GROWING
  • (I'm working on this list)
  • acre
  • album
  • album with red tinged foliage
  • another w/foliage like album, but smaller
  • another w/foliage like album but even smaller
  • aizoon
  • Angelina
  • Autumn Joy
  • Autumn Fire
  • a white one that looks like Autumn Joy
  • Bertram Anderson
  • Black Jack
  • Blue spruce
  • borissovae
  • Brilliant
  • Frosty Morn
  • kamtschaticum
  • kamtschaticum varigatum
  • hispanicum
  • Matrona
  • oreganum glaucum
  • pachyclados
  • Purple Emperor
  • Rosy Glow
  • Tricolor
  • sarmentosum
  • spurium Dragon's Blood
  • spurium, unknown cultivar
  • Vera Jameson
  • Unknown dark purple tall
  • Unknown telephium with smoky blue foliage and ruby flowers
  • Another unknown telephium with smoky foliage


Plants I am looking for:

  • As of 4/30/2012
  • If you want something of mine, it is quite possible I want something of yours : )
  • I like flowers in the Blue(If it has caerula or azurea in the name, I probably want it, lol), Purple, and Pink color range, but soft yellow or peach is ok too. Got a plant you think I'll love? Tell me about it : )
  • I have an interest in heirlooms, but any plant with special qualities, like fragrance or a color different than in all the catalogs, interests me also.
  • A good plant is more important than a name.
  • I'm always on the look out for dwarf forms of larger shrubs and perennials.
  • Small or well behaved plants for moist shade/part shade
  • Small or well behaved plants(no roots to China and spreading) for full sun, very dry in summer
  • Bulbs
  • Plants that take forever, don't come true, or are difficult from seed
  • In the spring/early summer only, I will take annuals and tender bulbs/perennials for trade
  • Agave, small hardy ones
  • Agave virginica 'Spot'
  • Alliums
  • Anchusa
  • Artemisia 'Silver Brocade'
  • Bignonia capreolata(Crossvine)
  • Lonicera dioica
  • Lonicera sempervirens
  • Cactus, hardy varieties, like Echinocereus not Opuntia(unless it blooms pink)
  • Campanula 'Samantha'
  • CENTAUREA PULCHRA 'MAJOR'
  • Claytonia virginica
  • Clerodendrum trichotomum(Glory Bower)
  • Daylily, spider or unusual form types
  • Daylily 'Siloam Little Girl', 'Finger Lakes', 'Storm of the Century'
  • Daffodils, un-named is fine as long as you have pic so I can see if it is different than ones I have. At this time I'll take any, since my brother told me he loves daffs, and I can plant them for him.
  • Geranium renardii
  • Geranium 'Rothbury Gem', 'Purple Pillow', 'Double Jewel'
  • other interesting hardy Geraniums
  • Hosta, small/mini variety only
  • Heucherella
  • Peony
  • Polygala pauciflora(Flowering Wintergreen)
  • Pond plants, in spring/early summer only, like Water Hyacinth, etc.
  • Tiarella
  • Teucrium(Germander)
  • Iris, historic varieties especially Caterina, Cretan, Great Lakes, Le Sabre, Minnesota Mix-up Kid, un-named is fine with pic
  • Iris, I have a tendency to like ones that are one solid color on the bottom and another color on top.
  • Iris, dwarf bearded 'Bluebeard's Ghost'
  • Iris, Siberian 'Lake Keuka'(no other blue please) and any pink
  • Iris verna
  • Lilies
  • Meehania cordata
  • Melittis 'Royal Velvet Distinction'
  • Mukdenia
  • Tropaeolum tuberosum
  • Nipponanthemum nipponicum (Montauk Daisy, Nippon Daisy)
  • Omphalodes
  • Phlox divaricata(Wild Blue/Woodland Phlox)- the rabbits eat a lot of it so I always need more
  • Phlox maculata cultivars
  • Phlox paniculata Starfire or other deep red only
  • Roses, good smaller shrubs like Bucks
  • Salvia 'Hot Lips'
  • Salvias- I would love to get some of the hardy one with big pink flowers
  • Santolina 'Lemon Queen'(pale yellow flower variety)
  • Sedum, cauticola, Sedum sieboldii f. variegatum, and other varieties that I don't have
  • Sempervivum(Hens and Chicks), cobweb kind and other unusual
  • Shrubs, small varieties
  • Symphytum 'Varigatum'
  • Verbascum 'Caribbean Crush'
  • Veronicas
  • Veronica 'Christa'
  • Vines, as long as they are fairly easy to control kinds
  • Plants with Great Lakes/Lake Effect/Niagara Falls or similar in the name
  • Plants with Samantha, Thor, Lady, Charles in the name
  • And so much more!
  • OTHER
  • Niagara Falls Souvenir Plates
  • Plant markers
  • Jiffy-7 peat pellets
  • Paper coin envelopes
  • old cookbooks(local spiral bound recipe ones are great)
  • birdhouses
  • or make an offer of another item: )