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#85228 February 5th, 2007 at 07:15 PM
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I don't know what to send in, can you help me? What do you like best? I have:

Agapanthus africanus (bleu) - African lilie
Agapanthus (white) - African lilie
Agastache foeniculum - Anise hyssop
Alchemila mollis - Lady's mantle
Allium aflatunense - Giant persian allium
Allium schoenoprasum - Chive
Alonsoa meridionalis - Mask flower
Anchusa arvensis - Bugloss
Anchusa Azurea - Italian bugloss
Aquilegia vulgaris - Columbine (mixed colours)
Buddleja davidii - Butterfly-bush
Campanula persicifolia - Peach leaved bellflower
Campanula trachelium - Nettle-leaved bellflower
Carex pendula - hanging sedge
Centaurea montana - mountain cornflower
Cercis siliquastrum - Judas tree
Chelidonium majus - Greater celandine
Convolvulus - Morning glory (Baby-bleu)
Cytisus scoparius - Scotch broom
Commelina coelestis - bleu spiderwort
Dianthus deltoides - maiden pink
Digitalis purpureus - wild foxglove
Dipsacus fullonum - Wild teasel
Erigeron karvinskianus - Mexican/Daisy fleabane
Eryngium agavifolium - agave-leaved Sea holly
Foeniculum vulgare 'Bronze giant' - Bronze fennel
Geranium (endressii?) - Pink garden geranium
Gleditsia triacanthos - Honey locust
Hieracium micrantha - Orange hawkweed
Hieracium pilosella - Mouse-ear hawkweed
Iris pseudacorus - Yellow iris
Impatiens glandulifera - Ornamental jewelweed
Laburnum vulgare - Golden chain tree
Lathyrus latifolius - Everlasting pea
Lavendula augustifolius - Lavender
Lunaria annua - Moneyplant
Lychnis coronaria - rose campion
Malva moschata - Musk mallow
Melandrium rubrum - Red campion
Mirabilis japala - Four o'clock
Myrrhis odorata - Spanish chervil
Oenothera biennis - Evening primrose
Papaver orientalis - Oriental poppy
Phlox paniculata - garden/fall phlox
Prunus Reine Claude verte - Green little tastefull plum
Sissirinchium stratium - Satin flower/ Rush lily
Sissirinchium (don't know the exact type, it's bleu, 20 cm)
Solanum laciniatum - Kangaroo apple
Stipa tenuissima - Feather grass
Succisa pratensis - Devil's bit scabious
Tanacetum parthenium - Feverfew
Thalictrum aquilegifolium - Columbine-leaved meadow rue
Tomato Sweet 100 (F1 hybride) - Cherry tomato
Tragopogon pratensis - Yellow salsify
Verbascum blattaria - Moth mullein
Verbascum thapsus - Great mullein
Viola cornuta - Johnny jump up
Viola labradorica - Labrador violet
Viola Tricolor - Wild pansy

And if you want to trade, that's also possible!
I like ornamental grasses and plants that are not very common to Holland.

All the best, Paulien

#85229 February 7th, 2007 at 05:17 PM
Joined: Aug 2006
Joined: Aug 2006
Hi Paulien this is just my opinion but maybe you could send these. grinnnn
African lily
Giant Persian Allium
Italian Bugloss
Judas tree
Blue Spiderwort
Mexican Fleabane Daisy
Satin flower
Columbine- leaved meadow rue
Moth mullien and
Great Mullein

You do have a great list so it doesn't really matter what you send in. It's all great.

#85230 February 11th, 2007 at 01:30 PM
Joined: Mar 2005
Official Blabber Mouth
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It's a smaller list to say what can easily be excluded.

Allium schoenoprasum - Chive
Convolvulus - Morning glory (Baby-bleu)
Digitalis purpureus - wild foxglove
Papaver orientalis - Oriental poppy

And send as much of the rest as you would like up to the maximum set by the rules.

#85231 February 12th, 2007 at 06:46 AM
Joined: Sep 2006
Joined: Sep 2006
Put a note on those Orange Hawkweeds -- do NOT send them west of the Mississippi, Tammy. They are a Class A noxious weed. The reason they aren't as bad East of the Mississippi is because we have a lot of rainfall and they are less likely to get out of hand because they prefer an arid climate. I would love them smile

The Mouse Eared Hawkweed is a roadside weed in Portland. They call them dandy-lions. Seriously -- adults 50 years old called them dandy-lions! They are not the same as our dandelions, but awfully close! From the car you can't tell the difference.

#85232 February 12th, 2007 at 08:05 AM
Joined: May 2004
Joined: May 2004
thats something how one place can consider something a weed were another can consider it a plant, i remember someone saying p-grass was nothing more than a weed and they hated it kissies

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