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    Deffinatly PM'ing you!

    Which reminds me, here are some seeds I have to spare:

    (Flower/Plant)

    Sweet Pea
    Butterfly Bush - Lilac
    Aquelegia - Pink
    Lamb's Ear
    Crepe Myrtle - Watermelon Pink
    Crepe Myrtle - Fushia
    Crepe Myrtle - White
    Crepe Myrtle - White w/ Yellow
    Foxglove
    White Yucca
    Red Yucca
    Money Plant
    Sea Holly
    Pink Bulbils Shamrock
    Chinese Houses
    Sunflower - Red Sun

    (Herb/Plant)

    St. John's Wort
    Hyssop
    Strawberry
    Salvia Farinacea - Victorian Blue
    Dill - Long Island Mammoth
    Savory - Summer
    Echinacea
    Cilantro
    Anise
    Peppermint
    Spiderwort - Purple
    Spearmint
    Coriander/Cilantro
    Lemon Balm
    Mitsuba - Japanese Wild Parsley
    Marshmallow
    Lemon Grass
    Borage
    Pennyroyal
    Lemonmint
    Sweet Basil
    Watercress - True Water
    Persian Catmint
    Fennel - Sweet (Finocchio)
    Chives, Garlic - Allium Tuberosum
    Oregano
    Mint
    Marjoram - Sweet
    Lavender
    Sage
    True Lavender

    ((PLANTS))

    Sorry guys but these are for REALLY REALLY big trades because these plants are so big it will cost over $20.00 EAC. to ship OR you pay shipping no trade:

    Yucca (over 5 feet tall)
    C. Cactus (ranging from hip to shoulder)
    Barrel Cactus (ranging up to chest)
    Prickly Pear (knee high)

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    Seeking some of these if at all possible:

    Drosera:

    Binta - Dichotoma
    Spatulata - Hong Kong & Lovellae
    Callistos
    Filiformis

    Utricularia:

    Welwichii
    Lateriflora
    Graminifolia
    Tricolor

    Cephalotus:

    Follicularis

    Nepenthes:

    Coccinea
    Ventrata

    Sarracenia:

    Dana's Delight
    Purpurea

    Pinguicula:

    Rectifolia
    Esseriana
    Agnata x Moranensis

    -----just what I pulled off the top of my head.

    Red Dragon Flytrap
    Green Dragon Flytrap
    Dente Flytrap
    Typical Flytrap
    Pink Flytrap

    S. Leucophylla X "Willissii" Picture Plant
    S. X "Wrigleyana" Picture Plant
    S. Leucophylla Picture Plant
    S. Purpurea Purpurea Picture Plant
    Hybrid: S. Catesbaei Picture Plant

    Darlingtonia Californica Cobra Lily

    Byblis (Rainbow Plant)

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    pulled off the top of your head huh? some of those are pretty specific, been scanning the picture threads? [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img] anyways welcome to the forums and i prolly have a D. spatulata "Hong Kong locale" and i definatly have U. tricolor. ill have tons of Utric species by the end of the summer but right now i dont have much as they have been heavily divided latly

    what Spiderwort are you talking about? the only one i can think of is the perrenial flower and i didnt know it was a herb. do you know what species it is?
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    I could have been more specific, down to the shade of color I wanted [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img]

    Anyway, yes Spiderwort IS an herb. No I don't know the exact scientific name since I traded with another lady to get it. As far as color goes, It's supposed to be purple.

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    Hey Rattler- There are many different Spiderworts. Spiderworts can be located in the category of herbaceous perennials. You can do a search for them using this word- Tradescantia. I have several different species of Spiderwort here if you would like some seed, let me know which type you are looking for and there is a good possibility I can collect some from my plants for you.

    Say Rainydays, what "really good trading" forum are you a member of? Also too, if you don't mind my asking, where are you able to get such large cacti from to offer for trade? I grow about 30 different species of cacti however I'm not interested in large temperate species. I do love to see photos though.

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