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Re: Plant Sale


More power to ya darlin' - have at it! I just don't have anything that
exotic in my yard. My extras are cannas, four o'clocks and like that.

You GO girl!

---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: "Kitty Morrissy" <kmrsy@earthlink.net>
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Thu, 24 Apr 2003 23:30:53 -0500

>Chris, Donna, Pam,
>It's not that I'm greedy - I do give plants away, but I don't know enough
>people to give all of these to.  As I said, many are quite ordinary and the
>gardeners I do know probably already have them.
>
>What doesn't sell I can take to the Extension Office for our MG plant sale
>on May 17.  But there's no way I want to lug all of this over there! It
>took enough out of me just lugging it from the back yard to the front!
>
>I usually make about $600 on plants and $100 on other odds and ends.  This
>at least helps support my gardening habit.  And it's a great way to meet
>other people who enjoy the plants.  Many of the same people return each
>year and tell me how their plants are doing.  
>
>My neighborhood association always has its annual sale the last Saturday in
>April, as do many of the surrounding neighborhoods.  The timing just works
>out perfectly to sell plants.   We advertise and have signs up at the
>entrances, so the traffic is pretty good.
>
>Kitty
>BTW - when I typed my list, it was a LIST, not one long run-on paragraph as
>it came back to me.  I even used italics, but didn't receive that way. 
>Sorry if it was difficult to read.  I don't know if hort.net changes it or
>if Earthlink changes it.
>
>
>
>> [Original Message]
>> From: Pamela J. Evans <gardenqueen@gbronline.com>
>> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
>> Date: 4/24/2003 9:52:02 PM
>> Subject: Re: [CHAT] Plant Sale
>>
>> Have mercy Kitty - that should be quite a success!
>> I must be a dunce, I give all my extras away - LOL
>> LOL
>> you GO girl!
>>
>> Pam
>>
>> ---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
>> From: "Kitty Morrissy" <kmrsy@earthlink.net>
>> Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
>> Date:  Thu, 24 Apr 2003 21:16:24 -0500
>>
>> >Well, my annual plant sale is Saturday.  I just dragged everything to the
>> >front today, sorted, counted.  Will tag them tomorrow.  I had my house
>> >appraised this morning and the appraiser bought $20 worth.   Some plants
>> >I have several of - a few as many as 19, but also some singles.  Many are
>> >quite commonplace, but a few are not easy to find locally. Here's the
>> >list:Astrantia major Pink Symphony, MasterwortLamium mac Beacon's Silver,
>> >Spotted DeadnettleMentha x piperita, Chocolate MintGalium odoratum, Sweet
>> >WoodruffAquilegia hybrids, ColumbineVinca minor, Myrtle or
>PeriwinkleSalvia
>> >East FrieslandHesperis matronalis, Dame's RocketLysimachia punctata,
>> >Whorled LoosestrifeCoreopsis tripteris, Tall TickseedMyosotis sylvatica,
>> >Forget Me NotGeranium phaeum  Sambor, Mourning WidowHemerocallis Crown
>> >Royal, Purple DaylilyHemerocallis fulva, Tawny DaylilyPhysostegia
>> >virginiana, Obedient PlantAnemone tomentosa Robustissima, Grapeleaf
>> >AnemoneFilipendula venusta, Queen of the PrairiePaeonia Coral & Gold,
>> >Peony hybridCentaurea montana, Mountain BluetAstilbe x arendsii, False
>> >SpireaArtemisia lactiflora  Guizhou,  White MugwortFern- probably
>> >AthyriumCorydalis lutea, FumewortViburnum carlesii, Koreanspice
>ViburnumSyringa
>> >vulgaris, LilacIlex x meserveae, Blue HollyDeutzia gracilis Nikko,
>> >Slender DeutziaTeucrium chaemadrys, Wall GermanderXanthoceras sorbifolia,
>> >Popcorn TreePrunus x cistena, Purple Leaf Sand CherryTricyrtis hirta,
>> >Toad LilyHeuchera Bressingham hybrid, Coral BellsGeranium pratense Victor
>> >Reiter, Meadow CranesbillGeranium pratense Splish Splash, Meadow
>> >CranesbillGernium sanguineum, Bloody CranesbillGeranium sanguineum var
>> >striatum, Lancaster GeraniumHepatica nobilis, LiverwortHeuchera
>> >americana, Alum RootTellima Forest Frost, Fringe CupsHosta sieboldii
>> >ElegansHosta Fold StandardViola sorroria Freckles, Woolly Blue
>VioletViola
>> >babradorica, Labrador ViletAnemone sylvestris, Snowdrop WindflowerChelone
>> >obliqua, TurtleheadOrnithogalum umbellatum , Star of BethlehemTrumpet
>> >LiliesAsiatic LiliesBelamcanda chinensis, Blackberry LilyPlatycodon
>> >grandiflorum, Balloon FlowerLinaria purpurea Canon J Went,
>ToadflaxCampanula
>> >pyramidalis, Chimney BellflowerFilipendula vulgaris, DropwortFilipendula
>> >venusta, Queen of the PrairieArtemisia Oriental Limelight, Variegated
>> >MugwortPerovskia atriplicifolia Longin, Russian SagePulsatilla vulgaris,
>> >Pasque FlowerKnautia macedonica, Wood ScabiousVeronica incana, Silver
>> >SpeedwellVeronica spicata Blue Bouquet, Spiked SpeedwellEchinacea
>> >purpurea, Purple Coneflower, some species, some BravadoDigitalis
>> >grandiflorus? , Perennial FoxgloveDianthus Desmond, CarnationEuphorbia
>> >polychroma, Cushion SpurgeBlue Bearded IrisAnemone virginiana,
>> >ThimbleweedPennisetum setaceum  Rubrum, Purple Fountain
>GrassStrobilanthes
>> >dyerianus, Persian ShieldTulbaghia fragransSociety Garlic, Hippeastrum,
>> >AmaryllisAgapanthus praecoxSolenostemon, ColeusMirabilis jalapa, Marvel
>> >of PeruLedebouria socialis, Silver SquillZantedeschia, Calla
>LilyNematanthus,
>> >Goldfish Plant Kitty
>> >
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>>
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>> Pam Evans
>> Kemp TX/zone 8A
>>
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Pam Evans
Kemp TX/zone 8A



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