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Total number of topics in this forum: 17


Athyrium spore

Question from Kylie Stocks

Can anyone help me obtain some Athyrium species spore? There are so many pretty ones that I would love to collect. I'm in Australia, so can't get hold of the plants...
Thanks, Kylie

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  • Posted: Sun. 9th March 2014 02:09

Tsuga canadensis (eastern hemlock)

Question from Rita

I have two of these growing in my garden, they are about 8-10' tall. They are lovely young trees but totally unsuitable. Does anyone know if they can be uprooted and rehomed successfully? Otherwise I'm afraid they will have to chopped down. They can grow up to 30 mts apparently.

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  • Posted: Sat. 24th August 2013 15:39

Hoya Carnosa

Comment from Connie Williams

Grown from a tiny cutting about 50 years ago, a massive Hoya Carnosa needs a new home. Trained up 6 foot canes in a pot it is dearly loved but I cannot repot or contain it any larger and am constantly snipping off the flowering stems. I would like to think it could go somewhere to be treasured, maybe in a conservatory or similar or even better somewhere like a hospice? Any suggestions?

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  • Posted: Mon. 5th August 2013 11:33
  • Last reply: Sat. 14th September 2013 14:13

Sweet Pea "Toby Robinson"

Comment from Chookie

Lathyrus odorata Sweet pea Toby Robinson seeds needed.I am planting a family name garden and need to plant Toby for my Grandson. Will pay postage if anyone has seeds.I am in Australia and cannot find it here at all..

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  • Posted: Tue. 23rd April 2013 04:57

Sweet Pea "Toby Robinson"

Comment from Chookie

Seeds needed

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  • Posted: Tue. 23rd April 2013 04:56

seeds for exchange

General post from rocio

I have quite a few different varieties if anyone is interested in an exchange ( but nothing too common please!!)
I have Large Flowered Japanese Ipomoeas various colours. (photo)
Amaranthus Josephs Coat
Kolreutia (tree)
Caesalpinia gilliesii (bush)
Caesalpinia Mexicana (bush) yellow flowers (photo)
Ipomoea carnea (bush) clusters of large pink flowers (photo)
Various aloes and cactus seed

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  • Posted: Fri. 14th October 2011 17:21
  • Last reply: Sat. 15th October 2011 08:22

I HAVE SO MANY SEEDS TO SWAP!

Comment from Hayley

Would like to swap
2x 20 cosmos seeds, pic inc, very pretty pink.
2x 20 Japanese anenome, gorgeous bright pink, pic inc.
1x 05 Coral/Pink HollyHock, stunning, mine was over 8ft this year.
5x 20 Lychnis Coronaria, such a great plant and self seeder, pic inc.
2x 20 mixed delphinium, lilac and dark purple.
4x 30 corriander, incredible plants this year, and gorgeous flowers when seeded, perfect for vase fillers and scent the living room for days!
Linaria Purpurea, fabulous background plant which attracts the bees and butterflies.

Am looking for some other seeds in return, send me a message and make me an offer.

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  • Posted: Thu. 18th August 2011 00:09
  • Last reply: Thu. 18th August 2011 09:59

Plants for swapping

Comment from Jo

Hi. I've got a number of plants I'd be happy to swap, including:

3 x English rose 'Gentle Hermione' (http://www.shootgardening.co.uk/plant/rosa-gentle-hermione)
2 x English climbing rose 'The Wedgwood Rose' (http://www.shootgardening.co.uk/plant/rosa-the-wedgwood-rose)
3 x English rose 'William Shakespeare 2000 (http://www.shootgardening.co.uk/plant/rosa-william-shakespeare-2000)
Echinops Taplow Blue (http://www.shootgardening.co.uk/plant/echinops-bannaticus-taplow-blue)
Eryngium planum (Sea Holly)
Geranium Wargrave Pink (http://www.shootgardening.co.uk/plant/geranium-x-oxonianum-wargrave-pink)
Gypsophila 'festival pink' (http://www.shootgardening.co.uk/plant/gypsophila-festival-pink-festival-series)

I'd be happy to talk about and advise on any of the plants I'm offering.

Take a look at my 'Plants I Want' list for ideas of what I'd be interested in, but I'm open to other suggestions too. I'd particularly like Sambucus nigra porphyrophylla 'thundercloud'.

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  • Posted: Sat. 23rd July 2011 17:57

Propagation

Comment from ken pritchard

Making more plants is a good idea. We have large gaps to fill and much of our soil is heavy clay and acid so we will be starting with suitable subjects for propagation. Be interested in swapping!!

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  • Posted: Mon. 1st November 2010 22:10

amaryllidaceae

Question from Ton Wijnen

I am a botanist and private collector in Holland. I am collecting Amaryllidaceae. I am searching Hippeastrum species,Hymenocallis species and Griffinia species. Also other Amaryllidaceae such as Brunsvigia ,Ammocharis,Boophane,Placea, Crinum, Rhodophiala species are very welcome. I am searching bulbs of seeds of these plants.

Also I am searching some seeds or seedlings from Cryptostephanus species.


Can and will you help me please?

Or do you know other people in you area who can help me? Maybe botanists or private collectors?

Thank you very much and I hope to hear soon from you again.

Ton Wijnen
Holland"

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  • Posted: Tue. 29th September 2009 18:37
  • Last reply: Sat. 12th June 2010 07:37