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Wanted: Bocking 4 comfrey, Turkish Rocket, Elephant Garlic and other plants.

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I am looking for these plants (*= i'm looking for seeds as well):
Bocking 4 comfrey
Toona Sinensis "flamingo"
Turkish Rocket*
Hosta "Sagai"
Perennial Leek "Kurrat"*
Prunus japonica x jacquemonti "jan" joel" "joy"
Ulmus rubra
Rhodiola (any zone 5 hardy)
sassafras albidum (suckers must have been severed from mother for at least 6 months)
Violett "rebecca"
Named Varieties of Ground Nut (Apios americana)
Elephant Garlic
Any Perennial Vegetable I don't already have.

I have these plants available to trade:
Perennial Vegetables:
Sea Kale (crambe maritima)
French Sorrel
Water Celery (Oenanthe javanica)
Chinese artichoke (Stachys sieboldii)
Egyptian Walking Onions
Evergreen scallions
Vine Spinach (Hablitzia tamnoides)
Stinging Nettle
Common Milkweed

Medicinal & Tea Herbs
Lemon Balm
Pasque Flower (Pulsatilla vulgaris)
Comfrey "bocking 14" Sterile seeded
Beebalm "jacob cline"
Various Mints (orange, spear, pepper)
Sweet Cicely (Myrrhis odorata)

Culinary Herbs:
Mouse Garlic (Allium angulosum)
Allium nutans
English Tyme
French Terragon*

Support Plants:
Comfrey "bocking 14"
Sweetfern (Comptonia peregrina)
Clover (white and red)
Allium sp.

Daylilly "stella doro"
Sedum "autumn joy"
Sedum "blue spruce"
Opuntia humifisa
Hens and chicks (sempervivum sp.)
Sweet Woodruff

House Plants:
Mother of thousands
Peanut Cactus (echinopsis chamaecereus) (cuttings)
Night blooming Cereus (cuttings)
Sea Onion (Bowia sp) (special trades only)
Jade Plant (large and small leaf types)
Angel Wing Begonia
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Location: Poplar Hill, Ontario (near London) - Zone 6a
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Hi Maine Aaron,

I'm curious whether you have yet found named varieties of Groundnut?

I recently ordered a few from Oikos Tree Crops in a big international order to Canada...and was dismayed when they were out of stock (international orders a bit of a nightmare).

If you have any, email me, and perhaps we could work out a trade? I know a source for Turkish Rocket seeds, if you don't already have them. I planted some this spring, but not sure if they've germinated yet.

Maine Aaron
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No luck on the ground nuts yet, When/if i find some and have enough to trade i will probably post here.

A friend is giving me a turkish rocket plant this saturday, i plan on letting it go to seed to get some more. Thanks though!
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