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Total number of topics in this forum: 34

find me this holly

Question from Mr T Martin

hello, I live in Gateshead, England, I want to buy ilex aquifolium night glow, but cant find any site that sells it, can you help me to find it? I have seen it on a site called "ilex garden" regards tom.

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  • Posted: Tue. 9th September 2014 21:47

phyla nodiflora

Question from ismail can paylan

? want to buy phyla nodiflora seeds.
how can ? find and buy

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  • Posted: Wed. 11th June 2014 08:05
  • Last reply: Wed. 11th June 2014 08:09

empress wu hosta

Question from Sheila

this hosta is supposed to be resistant to snails - who stocks it?

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  • Posted: Fri. 2nd May 2014 10:25

Cotoneaster lacteus & Lonicera Nitida Wilson

Comment from Nicola

A member is looking for mature Cotoneaster lacteus & Lonicera Nitida Wilson. Do you know anyone who sells these plants 80-100 cm? Please just give us plant sellers names and not urls. We will make contact them for our member.

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  • Posted: Fri. 24th January 2014 16:04
  • Last reply: Sat. 25th January 2014 10:08

My kingdom for a Justicia Brandegeana (shrimp plant)!

Question from Nick

REWARD (or purchase price) for all information leading to the supply of 1 or 2 Justicia Brandegeana/Beloperone/shrimp plant(s), ideally from anywhere within the UK and Ireland, even the EU.
With my best wishes to all,

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  • Posted: Mon. 16th December 2013 16:12
  • Last reply: Thu. 19th December 2013 18:28

I want a mandevilla red riding hood!

Question from Mel Conway

I would like to buy plants or even cuttings of this variety of mandevilla and cannot find it in the UK, so hoping that some lucky gardener has one and can provide material to propagate? Now is the time to take softwood cuttings! (Incidentally, I don't think the plant is listed accurately on this website in that it has a yellow throat rather than rose pink). It is widely available in the USA but importing plants is fraught with paperwork and is hugely expensive! Happy to swap with cuttings of pink, red and white varieties (depending on success of cuttings!!) Mel

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  • Posted: Sat. 17th August 2013 09:35
  • Last reply: Tue. 20th August 2013 17:26

To buy - Cephalotaxus fortuneii - Yew Plum

Question from carole nicholls

I would like to buy a couple of these plants. Has anybody got any to sell please?

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  • Posted: Fri. 22nd March 2013 16:03
  • Last reply: Mon. 15th April 2013 11:17

Who can sell me a Pilea peperomioides (Chinese Money or Missionary Plant)?

Question from Charmie Barrett

I was given a seedling which struggled to stay alive - I love this plant and so want to have one! Any chance somebody out there can sell me one? Hopefully... Charmie...

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  • Posted: Mon. 19th November 2012 21:16
  • Last reply: Wed. 28th November 2012 20:37

Where can I purchase

Question from Margaret O'Connor

Please, where can I purchase a Panicum Virgatum ' Squaw'

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  • Posted: Mon. 22nd October 2012 08:18
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Can anyone help me get hold of some special buttercup seed!

Comment from Tristan Lincoln-Gordon

Dear all,

I am an undergraduate student hoping to study Ranunculus ophioglossifolius for my dissertation. I'd originally planned to conduct various field studies to increase existing knowledge of best management practices. However, thanks to our british weather I can no longer access the sites as they are ever so slightly flooded. So I had hoped to get some seed to germinate the species under different conditions for my study.

Ranunculus ophioglossifolius is similar to R.flammula and grows in wet marshy areas which usually dry out over the summer, currently just two sites in the UK.

If anyone has any ideas on where I may be able to source some seed it would be of great help.

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  • Posted: Sun. 30th September 2012 16:05
  • Last reply: Tue. 2nd October 2012 09:59