Posted 5 months ago by Kathleen Livingston

Lovely single-stem tropical houseplant with shades of green and red and purple. Two "canes" in a large pot. Diffused/indirect light preferred, but they do well...

 Other /  Hamilton East / 33 views

Posted 6 months ago by Bev Wagar

This is a white form of Thalictrum aquilegiifolium / Meadow Rue. Prefers part shade and moist soil but tolerates dry soil when mature. Re-seeds nicely....

 Perennial /  Crown Point - Delta / 41 views

Posted 6 months ago by Bev Wagar

Several potted divisions, most in 3.5" pots. This is a gorgeous bright, clear pink. 

 Perennial /  Crown Point - Delta / 50 views

Posted 6 months ago by Yvette Cowe

This plant used to produce large, spiky yellow blooms each summer, but ever since I relocated it, it's been unhappy. Prefers a damper spot -...

 Perennial /  Crown Point - Delta / 46 views

Posted 6 months ago by Kat Bezner

Seedlings in 3" pots. 5 plants available for grabs.

 Native Plants /  Westdale / 56 views

Posted 7 months ago by Anne Budzynski

Hi hoping someone is willing to share some Rose campion or Poppy seed pods

 Perennial /  Hamilton East / 66 views

Posted 8 months ago by Valerie M.

I grew these from seed over the winter and had great success with the germination! I have several seedlings available, they're about 2-3" high right...

 Native Plants /  Hamilton East / 72 views

Posted 8 months ago by Bev Wagar

Small seedlings. Please research this shrub-- it requires consistently moist soil high in organic matter. Will not be happy in full sun. Photo is not...

 Native Plants /  Crown Point - Delta / 84 views

Posted 9 months ago by Bev Wagar

An excellent native ground cover for shade. Not too showy, not too aggressive. Yellow flowers in May. I have several small pots/divisions.  Info:  http://www.missouribotanicalgarden.org/PlantFinder/PlantFinderDetails.aspx?taxonid=286480  

 Native Plants /  Crown Point - Delta / 93 views

Posted 9 months ago by Amy Gowling

4” pot of Lemon Balm and 4” Catnip plant gathered from Community Garden. Both a hardy and best contained in pots if you don’t want...

 Perennial / 94 views

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