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Looking for Hops & Perennial Vines-Have Bamboo

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Joined: 2010-05-28

I'm looking for hops seeds or rhizomes.
Also would like some honeysuckle, carolina jasmine and/or trumpet vine starts or ANY type of perennial climbing vine for a very ugly south facing wood fence (zone 7).
I have endless amounts of bamboo roots (not sure of the strain) which is very cold-hardy and grows very tall to trade as well as endless amounts of Liriope(aka.Lilyturf) these border plants do well in shade or sun.
I am interested in ANY type of exotic or tropical seeds or plants if you are interested in a trade or I will gladly pay postage,etc....THANKS!

Joined: 2009-08-08
Bamboo roots

I have trumpet vine, hyacinth vine and passionflower vines. I also have many type of wild and unusual seeds such as Jack-in-the-pulpit, persimmon tree, wolf river apple, giant zanzibar castor bean ect. I would love some of your bamboo. Just let me know if you're interested in anything that I have.

Joined: 2010-05-28

hi billy,
thanks for the reply to my post - i'm so sorry i took so long to get back w/you...i don't go on the FA website on a regular basis and i just found the replys today.oops!
anyway, yes i would definitely be interested in the vines you have, especially the passionflower and hyacinth. are those cuttings or starts you have for the vines?
i'm also interested in your unusual seeds as well.
i'm very happy to trade/share with you the bamboo (rootings) i have of this beautiful bamboo that grows wild all over my property.
i wish i could tell you the specific strain but i can't say exactly. i can send pics though if you thing i can say is it grows very fast and very tall and is extremely cold hardy. it is not the clumping type so please keep that in mind it will eventually takeover wherever you plant it which is a very good thing if you're planting it for privacy or shade. my email is please contact me directly and let me know how much you want. i look forward to your reply @ your convenience.
thanks again,cynthia

Joined: 2010-06-10
Hop Vines

I do have hop vines-Golden- Nugget-Willamet.
I would be interested in Bamboo roots possibly, I am in zone 4.
You might try Virginia Creeper to cover that fence also.
I also have many flower seeds that you may be interested in.
Good luck.

Joined: 2010-05-28

hi stash,
thanks for the reply. i just now figured out that i had some replies to my post today(duh...)so i apologize for it taking so long to get back with you.
anyway, yes I would definitely be interested in some of the hop vines you mentioned....i have plenty of bamboo roots and i would love to trade with you. my email is please contact me directly and give me your contact info.,let me know what flower seeds you may have and also how much bamboo you want.
thanks again for the reply - i look forward to hearing from you at your convenience.

Joined: 2011-02-12
hop vines

I am interested in hop vines. Will send postage or trade if i have something you are looking for in particular.

Joined: 2010-06-16
bamboo roots

Is it possible to buy bamboo roots from you? I have hop vine but it's quiet young to sent you enoght now...

Joined: 2010-05-28

hi savenkova,
thanks for the reply. i don't really want to have to sell you bamboo roots - i have it growing wild on my property....however if you want some bamboo and don't really have anything to trade you could just forward me a 'paid' priority mail sticker/envelope and i will be happy to send some to you as long as you are covering the shipping costs.
my email is contact me directly and we can work something out.

Joined: 2010-06-24
I could try gathering some

I could try gathering some grape clippings for you this winter if you are interested. I have concord and canadice. I also have some clemantis plants that I can harvest!

Joined: 2011-04-08

interested in ur bamboo gots lots to trade

Joined: 2011-02-19

I would like some hops too. Im If you happen to see this lol.

Joined: 2009-08-07
Bamboo root

I would like some bamboo roots.

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