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Imagefinerliners
Apr 21, 2011 9:50 PM CST
Name: Samantha Flowers
Jesup, Ga.

Angie at this point yes, I am seeing numbers rise so I think it will be a go! We will have to wait and see over the next week.

You are also correct about the shipping.

This mpnarda is new to me so maybe someone else can help here?
Imagefinerliners
Apr 21, 2011 10:00 PM CST
Name: Samantha Flowers
Jesup, Ga.

JIll will check on the Echinacea 'Green Envy'
BookerC1
Apr 21, 2011 10:29 PM CST
Name: Angie
Mackinaw, IL
OK, made the mistake of looking at a bunch of the other plants. I'm going to have to add one each of:

Leucanthemum Banana Cream 1 x $3
Aster Alert 1 x $3

Angie
Imagecritterologist
Apr 21, 2011 10:55 PM CST
Name: Critter (Jill)
MD
Sam, I think part of the "invasive" problem with both of those plants isn't just their tendency to take over your garden... at least with the japanese honeysuckle, the berries are eaten by birds, and the seeds can end up pretty widely dispersed... it's a problem plant for woodland and marginal ecosystems. But if you have it in a pot, that also makes it relatively easy to deadhead so it doesn't produce berries/seeds.

I have a couple of clumps of monarda in our little orchard area, and they do grow vigorously in an expanding clump. It's pretty easy to dig/divide the clump or just pull it up around the edges when it gets too big. I have more of a problem controlling a plant like Lysimachia, which sends out these underground runners and pops up in little clumps over quite a large area. Monarda roots seem to be pretty shallow, which also helps... it's easy to pull up, although, like other mints, it will grow back from fairly small scraps so you may have to pull a couple of times in the same spot.

Monarda blooms look like firework displays to me, and the flowers are edible (sweet and faintly spicy), so it's definitely a must-have in my garden.. a hummingbird magnet, too. :-) I've got a red one ('Jacob Cline' or maybe 'Klein'?) and a lavender one, and I'm drooling over this purple one!
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Imagesynda
Apr 21, 2011 11:12 PM CST
Name: Synda Haag
Carrollton,Ohio 44615
I love my Monarda..........Thumb of 2011-04-22/synda/5e5c0f
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Imagesynda
Apr 21, 2011 11:23 PM CST
Name: Synda Haag
Carrollton,Ohio 44615
I would love to find ..........Lotus berthelotii ~ Parrot's Beak or Lotus maculatus ~ Parrot's Beak ..........again. This is a picture of the one I had , but I lost it !





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Children may not remember what you tell them....but they'll always remember how you made them feel.
Imagecritterologist
Apr 21, 2011 11:39 PM CST
Name: Critter (Jill)
MD
BTW, Samantha, thanks for including a number of PPAF and hybrid plants in this co-op. Those are the ones I can't just grow from passalong seed, so I'm very happy when I can buy inexpensive plugs or starter plants!
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janaestone
Apr 22, 2011 12:15 AM CST
Name: Di
Seven Mile, Ohio zone 6b
Sam, I'm with Jill - I would love some of the 'Green Envy' and I would really love some 'VooDoo' sedum.

Now for my list: Big Grin

3 Echinacea purpurea 'Green Jewel"
3 Chysanthumum 'Matchsticks'
2 Lilac, old fashioned ` Syringea vulgaris

Thanks!
Di
Imagewabatala
Apr 22, 2011 1:00 AM CST
Name: Barb
Latrobe California

2 Echinacea purpurea 'Green Jewel" Zone 3-8 $4.00 ct 72
2 Echinacea purpurea 'Virgin" Zone 3-8 $4.50 ct 72
2 Echinacea "sunrise" Zone 4-9 $3.50 ct 72
1 Paeonia suffruticosa 'Kinkaku" Zone 4-7 $16.00 ct 10
1 paeonia suffruticosa 'Kamatanishiki" Zone 4-7 $ 16.00 ct 10
2 Chysanthumum 'Matchsticks' Zone 5-9 $2.75 ct 72
Sedum spurium Fulda Glow zone 4-9 $1.75
1 Hydrangea Tree ~ Hydrangea Paniculata grandiflora zone 3-9 $3.00
1 Almond Pink Flowering ~ Prunus glandulosa All zones $6.00
1 Lily of the valley tree ~ Oxydendrum arboreum all zones $5.00
2 Trillium Mixed ~ red, yellow, white
Would like a mixture of all colors
2 Anemone, Lord Lieutenant ~ Anemone coronaria " Lord Lieutenant' zone 7-10 $.75
4 Thymus p. coccineus zone 4-9 $2.00
1 Brunnera ~ Emerald Mist Zone 3-8 $2.50 72ct
2 Aster ~ Alert zone 3-8 $3.00



Barb
Latrobe,Ca
Zone 9b
Imagewabatala
Apr 22, 2011 1:01 AM CST
Name: Barb
Latrobe California
That should be 2 of the sedum Thanks
Barb
Latrobe,Ca
Zone 9b
Imagefinerliners
Apr 22, 2011 5:36 AM CST
Name: Samantha Flowers
Jesup, Ga.

I will look for the Green Envy as walters doesn't have it, so may take me a bit but I will look. Also Chelle I have found the Prunus you are wanting but have to call them today to see what size they have. Synda I will also look for the ..Lotus berthelotii ~ Parrot's Beak or Lotus maculatus. Di I will see what i can do to find the Voo Doo also.

I will get your orders posted this afternoon if that is okay, unless Mary or Anita (Diamond) may be able to help!

Thank you everyone for such wonderful feedback on the orders you have received. I will try to get more of the plants that I grow listed as soon as I can.

Enjoy your day and Happy Shopping!
Imagefinerliners
Apr 22, 2011 5:40 AM CST
Name: Samantha Flowers
Jesup, Ga.

For those of you who have a cubits, would you mind posting a link to this co-op? I would be glad to include a free plant to you for your troubles. I would really like to be able to have every plant a go that everyone wants. I hate cutting out plants even when only 1 person wants them.

Thanks Avmoran for posting it on yours!

Now have to get out to the garden before the sun comes up to water! Lovey dubby
Imagefinerliners
Apr 22, 2011 6:09 AM CST
Name: Samantha Flowers
Jesup, Ga.

I have added Foeniculum vulgare Bronze Fennell host plant to the Monarch butterfly 72 ct $2.50!
Imagefinerliners
Apr 22, 2011 7:07 AM CST
Name: Samantha Flowers
Jesup, Ga.

spread sheet is a work in progress and Mary is on vacation at her daughters so bare with us! Don't worry we will have it done by the time the sale ends, just be patient,please! Lovey dubby
Imagecececoogan
Apr 22, 2011 7:50 AM CST
Name: Cherie (Cece) Coogan
Southeastern WI zone 5a
Synda have you tried Texas waterlilies for the Parrots Beak, Lotus'? I ordered some hardy waterlilies from their on-line catalog and I do remember Parrots beaks particularly and I' almost for sure both lotus varieties were there also. Just a suggestion.
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ImageDiamond919
Apr 22, 2011 8:03 AM CST
Name: Anita Crusoe
Indiana
Love forgives all wrongs.
Sam, I can try to update this evening. I would love to see a Stonecrop Sedum in the dark purple colors. I think Walters had one called Blackknight???
Love prospers when a fault is forgiven, but dwelling on it separates close friends.
Imagesynda
Apr 22, 2011 9:17 AM CST
Name: Synda Haag
Carrollton,Ohio 44615
Cherie ,no I never even thought of them........and I have ordered the hardy waterlily from them for a few years now.




Well I just looked at Texas Waterlilies and they have Parrot Feather ,but not Parrots Beak... Thumbs down But thank you very much !!!!!!!!
Children may not remember what you tell them....but they'll always remember how you made them feel.
Imagehostarookie
Apr 22, 2011 9:30 AM CST
Name: Em Sparkman
Bunker Hill, WV
finerliners wrote:Okay we have had several request for some more sedum, look at waltersgardends.com and let me know 3 varieties you would like to see on the list.


I'd be interested in any of these but the first couple are most wanted:

Sedum 'Samuel Oliphant'
Sedum spectabile 'Pink Chablis'
Sedum sieboldii

Sedum 'Black Jack'
Sedum 'Moonlight Serenade'
Sedum 'Rosy Glow'
Sedum spectabile 'Hot Stuff'
Sedum 'Matrona'
Imagecececoogan
Apr 22, 2011 9:46 AM CST
Name: Cherie (Cece) Coogan
Southeastern WI zone 5a
Knew I saw a Parrots SOMETHING. *Blush*
the faster I go, the behinder I get
Imageluvsgrtdanes
Apr 22, 2011 10:03 AM CST
Name: Ronnie
Southeastern PA~Zone 6
I Love MAM~So Happy Together
Sam, what size are the tree peonies?
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