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#85591 Jul 9th, 2007 at 05:55 AM
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I have lantana seeds
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its a zone 8-11 plant.frost nips it back and it re grows.They can grow close to 6 ft wide....down here.butterfly magnet.


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#86374 Jul 9th, 2007 at 09:01 PM
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Wanna trade for anything in this list? Please email me; (email address removed)
Amaranthus-pygmy
Anise hyssop
Aruncus diocios
Balloon plant
Calamus-Sweet flag
Calendula-yellow & orange
Celosia
Clematis-Queen Burgandy, Sweet Autumn
Coneflower
Coreopsis-yellow tall
Cosmos-yellow or orange
Crepe Myrtle-wtn hbj
Dantura(Angel Trumpet)-white
Eremalche rotundifloria-Five Spot
Gaillardia
Hollyhocks-Wt, Dwarf (lilac),pink,old fashion mrs lanes
Queen Anne's lace
Larkspur-Imperial giant,blue
Liatris
Love in a Puff
Moluccella laevis-Bells of Ireland
Obedient
Phlox-creme brulee
rose campion
Marigold-maroon, orange & red, mixed dwarf, raggged reggie
Milkweed-purple swamp
Morning Glory-Red, purple, blue, mixed, Yelta, Dwarf Blue,
Poppy-mixed
rose Campion
Rudbeckia
Salvia-mixed
Verbesina encelioides-Golden crown beard
Zinnia


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njoyinit, I would love to try some, let me make up a new seed list, I haven't traded in a while so my list is rather 'outdated'


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