Perennial Plants From My Garden
Can you dig it? I'm a newer gardener looking to expand my garden.
I have the following drought-tolerant and deer-surviving perennial plants available to trade locally:
- black-eyed susan
- blue pincushion plant (scabiosa)
- hidcote lavender
- Joe pye weed
- blue creeping phlox
- pink bleeding heart
- japanese maple tree, 1-inch seedlings (limited availability now, more in spring)
- as much pachysandra as you like. I have a whole forest.
- chocolate mint
I can find more information on the exact varieties if you're interested in specifics. I've got them all in my plant binder.
I'm hoping to receive from you:
- yarrow (colors other than pink)
- coneflower (other than Cheyenne Spirit variety)
- unusual varieties of black-eyed susan
- ornamental grasses
- any low-maintenance perennials that deer don't love
- false spirea
- lamb's ear
- bee balm
- sedums (there are so many varieties)
- drought-tolerant low-growing ground covers
- creeping phlox in colors other than blue
- ferns or evergreen plants that deer don't love
Training & Qualifications
For information on which plants can be divided and how to divide them, I use reputable internet resources such as this one:
Availability & Preferences
Some may be better to trade in the fall, but let me know now so that I can reserve them for you.