sempervivum swap

Here's the list of Renata's semps & jovis. Will have first year's chicks for exchange in late August (preferably September).
SEMPERVIVUM CULTIVARS: ACHALM ALCHIMIST ALI ALICE ALINE ALMAROOS ALPHA AMETHYST ANAK KRAKATAU ANDRENOR ANTERICUM ANTJE APACHE APOLLO APPLE BLOSSOM ARNO ASHES OF ROSES ASTRID ATHEN ATLANTIS AUREUM AYMON CORREVON BANDI BARBOURY COAST BARONESSE BEAUTIFUL BEDIVERE BELLADONNA BETSY BLACK PRINCE BLARI BLOOD TIP BLUE BOY BLUE ICE BLUE LIGHT BLUE MOON BLUSHING BOROMIR BRAND NEW HEAVIES BRAUNBÄR BRAUNKUGEL BRITTA BRONCO BRONZE PASTEL BROWN FLUSH BROWN OWL BUTTERBUR BUTTERFLY CANCER (synonim CORONA) CANDY FLOSS CARUSO CASABLANCA CASAS CORQUE (maybe CANSAS GORGE) CASCADE CASSIOPEA CENTURIAN CHAROKEE CHERRY TART CHOCOLATE (A. Smith S. marmoreum Bruneifolium dark form) CLARE CLEVELAND MORGAN COLIMA COLLECTOR ANCHISII COMMANDER HAY CONO CORONA (see: CANCER) CORONET CORREVON CORSAIR CRESTA CRIPELLO CROWS CUPREOIDES CYRHAM DAKOTA DANIELLA DARK BEAUTY DARK POINT DEGENIANUM (wrong for S. x degenianum) DELTA DESDEMONA DIANE DIMBORO DIRECTOR JACOBS DISCO DOWNLAND QUEEN DR. ZONNEVELD DRAGONESS DUKE OF WINDSOR DUNKEL ROT EBERTINA EIGI EISBÄR EL MISTI ELANIE ELENA ELISABETH ELVA EMMELINE EPENDA EREBUS ERONGO ESTELLE EUGENIA EXCALIBUR EXCELENCE EXORNA FEUERRAD FILOU FIREFLY FLAMING HEART FLASHER FLOWER POWER FONTANAE FORD GIANT FORD'S AMABILITY FORD'S GIANT FORD'S SPRING FRODO FUEGO FUZZY WUZZY GALAHAD GALAXIS GAMMA GAY JESTER GAY SESTER (?) GELINA GIMSON VELVET GIUSEPII GLACIER GLORIOSUM GODDEDARD GOLD AUB GOLIATH GOLLUM GRANAT GRAUGONG GRAUPURPUR GREEN APPLE GREEN CAVO GREEN GABLES GREY DAWN GREY LADY GREY OWL GREY VELVET GRÜNRAND GRÜNSPAN GUNTHER GUISEPPI GYPSY HABANNA HAIDE HALEMAUMAU HANS HAPPY BIRTHDAY HART HAULLAUER´S SEEDLING HAVENDIJKER ABENDROT HAVENDIJKER FEST HAVENDIJKER KAI HAVENDIJKER KIRMES HAVENDIJKER KLAUSNER HAVENDIJKER LEGION HAVENDIJKER LEONARD HAVENDIJKER LOHE HAVENDIJKER SPLITT HAVENDIJKER TEUFEL HAVENDIJKS BEUTE HAVENDIJKS FLUSH HAVENDIJKS GIANT HAVENDIJKS NEXT HAVENDIJKS PERFECTION HAVENDIJKS BEAR HAVENDIJKS BEAUTY HAVENDIJKS BLACK HAVENDIJKS BRONZE HAVENDIJKS BRUNETTE HAVENDIJKS CRIMSON HAVENDIJKS DIAMANT HAVENDIJKS FIRE HAVENDIJKS FIRST HAVENDIJKS FIRST WEB HAVENDIJKS KNIGHT HAVENDIJKS LEOPARD HAVENDIJKS MILKY WAY HAVENDIJKS MILLENNIUM HAVENDIJKS MIST HAVENDIJKS MOUNTAIN HAVENDIJKS NR. 1 HAVENDIJKS NR. 4 HAVENDIJKS PRIDE HAVENDIJKS RED HAVENDIJKS SPRING HAVENDIJKS WEB HAYLING HEIDI HEIGHAM RED HEIKO HEKLA HERMANN NAPFEL HEY-HEY HOOKERI HUNSRÜCK HYDRA ICICLE INCA IPF IRAZU IROKESE ISABELLA IWO JANKO & IRENKA JET STREAM JEWEL CASE JUBILEE JUPP JUPPITER JURRINA KANSAS KAPPA KASSIKAPP KATINGA KATMAI KELPONE KELUT KIARA KIBO KIKI KIMONO KING GEORGE KINSEAR KIP KOBAYASHI RED KOHALA KOSMODIO KRAFLA KRAMER'S SPINRAD KRATER KUGELBLITZ KYLIE MINOGUE LADY KELLY LAMOTTEI LANCELOT LAVANDER AND OLD LACE LEE LEGOLAS LEOCADIA'S NEPHEW LIESBETH LILAC TIME LIME LIGHT LIPARI LIPSTICK LIVELY BUG LOTT – LOTT LÖWENHERZ LYRA MAHOGANY MAIGRET MAJESTIC MAJOR MAKABOE MANUEL MARA MARELLA MARMOREUM MARSALA MAUNA KEA MAUNA LOA MAX FREI MAYA MECKI MELANIE MENUET MERKUR META MIGNON MISTI MOLLY MONTE SICO MOUNT HOOD MYSTIC NADELLA NATHAN NAVAJO NEMRUT DAG NEPTUNE NEVIS NICO NIDAS NIGHT RAVEN NIOBE NOBBE NOCTURNO NOIR NORA ODITTY OHIO BURGUNDY OLD ROSE OLIVETTE ORDENSTERN ORION ORIZABA OTHELLO PACIFIC BLUE ICE PACIFIC DEVELS FOOD PACIFIC HAIRY HEP PACIFIC RED ROSE PACIFIC RIM PACIFIC SEXY PACIFIC SHADOWS PACKARDIAN PAGRO PALLAS PAMIR PANAREA PANDA PARICUTIN PATRAS PATRICIAN PAX PEKINESE PESCADO PETIT RENEE PFEFERKUCHEN PILTI PINGO PINK JENNY PIPPIN PIRI PITON PLAMENY PLUMB ROSE PROUD ZELDA PRUHONICE PURDY PURDY'S 80-5 PURDY'S 90-1 QUAX RACEY RAMESIS RASPBERRY ICE RAUCHER KÜLM RAUHREIF RED ACE RED CHIEF RED DELTA RED DEMON RED WINGS REGIS FERNANDII REINHARD RENATA RHEIN KIESEL RHONE RIHAMA RITA JANE ROBIN ROHNSDORF HYBRID ROMANZE RONNY RONSDORF ROTER ZWERG ROTKOPF ROTMANTEL ROTSANDERSTEINRIESE ROTSTRAHL ROYAL OPERA RUBENS RUBIN from Freehsdorf RUBRA ASH RUSTY SABINA SAITAMA SANCY SEEROSENSTERN SEMINOLE SHAMPOO SHAURI SHIRLEY JOY SHIRLEY'S JOY SIGI SILBERCARNEOL SILBERSPITZ SILVER SONG SILVER THAW SIOUX SIR WILLIAM LAWRENCE SMARAGD SMOKEY SMOKEY JET SPANISH DANCER SPHERETTE SPONDIAS SPONNIER SPRITE STARSHINE STERNSCHNUPPE STETSON ST. HELRNS STRIDER SULTAN SUPRISE SUPER DOME SYLVIA TAARA TITANIA TECK TEDERHEID TEIDE TERRACOTA BABY TIP TOP TITANIA TOPAZ TOURMALINE T'POL TRACI SUE TRISTAN TRIUMPH UTOPIAN VAIKE VICTORIAN VILLOSUM VIOLASCENS VIOLETTA VIRGIL VITI VLADO WALPURGE WASCBÄR WEEPSAKE WEISSE FEDER WHITENING WICHITA WINTER BEAUTY WOLCOTS VARIETY XERXES YOLANDA ZELCA ZHANE ZILVER FOX COTE ZIMTSTERN ZULU
SEMPERVIVUM SPECIES: S. andreanum (syn. S. tectorum ssp. alpinum) S. annae coll. Omala S. annetiense n.n. S. antericum S. apeninum S. arachnoideum S. arachnoideum coll. Austria S. arachnoideum coll. Dolomitok/Passo di Fedaia S. arachnoideum coll. Saas Fee, Switzerland S. arachnoideum coll. Salardu /Pyrenees S. arachnoideum coll. Andorra S. arachnoideum cv. HOOKERI S. arachnoideum cv. KAPPA S. arachnoideum cv. ORDENSTERN S. arachnoideum cv. SULTAN S. arachnoideum f. webbianum cv. AUREUM S. arachnoideum f. webbianum cv. ICICLE S. arachnoideum rubrum S. arachnoideum tomentosum S. arachnoideum v. bryoides S. arachnoideum v. glabrescens f. album S. arachnoideum v. gnaphalium S. arachnoideum v. laggeri S. arachnoideum v. oligotrichum S. arachnoideum v. sanguineum S. arachnoideum v. tomentosum S. arachnoideum x montanum S. arachnoideum x nevadense from Sierra Nevada S. armenum / S. armenicum S. atlanticum S.atlanticum coll. TIZINTICHA S. atroviolaceum S. atroviolaceum RUBRUM S. balcanicum S. balsii S. brownii S. calabricum hort. S. calcareum EXTRA S. calcereum S. calcareum Greenii S. calcareum LITTLE S. calcareum Sir William Lawrence S. calcareum Spinulifolium S. calcareum coll. Guillaumes S. cantabricum S. cantabricum coll. Leitariegos S. cantabricum ssp. guadarramense from Lobo No.1 S. cantabricum ssp. urbionense coll. Gaton S. cantabricum x montanum v. stiriacum S. caucasicum S. caucasicum coll. Dagesztán S. caucasicum coll. Dombai S. charadzeae S. charadzeae coll. Ober Raca S. cilicium (?) S. ciliosum S. ciliosum coll. Ali Botush S. ciliosum v. bandericianum S. ciliosum x erythraeum S. clusianum Abruzzi S. cornuta S. davisii coll. Agri Dagi S. dolomiticum S. dominii coll. Teberda-Dombai között, 1600 m S. erythraeum S. erythraeum coll. Pirin S. from Pireneusok (?) S. giuseppii S. glaciale S. graecum (hort.) S. grandiflorum S. grandiflorum coll. Nufennen Pass S. ingwersenii S. iranicum PF 2976 coll. Ardanuc S. ispartae S. italicum coll. Mt. Contento-Simbruini/Ol. S. juwanii S. kindingeri coll. Macedonia S. leucanthum coll. Grúzia S. longum S. macedonicum S. marmoreum bruneifolium S. marmoreum coll. Börzsöny S. marmoreum coll. Bükk-Molnár szikla S. marmoreum coll. Rila S. marmoreum f. patentifrons S. marmoreum Mahagoni S. marmoreum Michaelis Borsii S. marmoreum ssp. erythraeum coll. PIRIN S. marmoreum v.brunneifolium S. marmoreum v. blandum coll. Ljubjana (?) S. marmoreum v. blandum coll. Prokletje S. marmoreum v. dinaricum S. marmoreum x cv. Pinellii S. matricum coll. Kamenica nad Hronom, Slovakia S 982-A S. metallicum cv. Giganteum S. milebrandtii S. montanum coll. Magas-Tátra S. montanum ssp. carpathicum from Kralovany, Slovakia S 953-A S. montanum ssp. carpatichicum from Jastrabska skala, Slovakia S 053- A S. montanum ssp. erythraeum ex Rila S. montanum ssp. montanum from Daxnerovo sedlo, Slovakia S 023-A S. montanum Stilfser Jack S. montanum v. burnattii coll. French Alps S. moserianum S. nevadense S. octopodes S. octopodes v. apetalum S. pitonii S. pumilum S. rainardii S. roseum S. sp. Kovacovske vrchy/Cs. S. sanguineum S. smrzianum S. stiriacum coll. Maltatal, Austria S 0410-F S. striacum v. praegerls S. tectorum S. tectorum »Violaceum« S. tectorum atrosanguineum S. tectorum Lancelot S. tectorum monstrosum S. tectorum Atropurpureum S. tectorum Atroviolaceum S. tectorum Monstrosum S. tectorum Robustum S. tectorum Royanum S. tectorum rubra S. tectorum Typ Feldmayer S. tectorum v. juratense S. tectorum v. pyrenaicum S. tectorum v. rubra S. tectorum v. validum S. tectorum Villosum S. thompsonii S. thompsonii S. tomentosum S. tometosum S. transcaucasicum S. webbianum S. wulfenii S. wulfenii from Riegersburs, Austria S 046-A S. wulfenii x montanum S. zeleborii (synonim S. ruthenicum)
Natural Sempervivum hybrids: S. x adenotrichum from Mt. Ferrant S. x albidae S. x albidum (S. tectorum x wulfenii) S. x albidum (wulfenii x grandiflorum) S. x angustifolium S. x braunii (montanum x wulfenii) S. x comollii Rota (wulfenii x tectorum) S. x fauconnettii (arachnoideum x tectorum) S. x fimbriatum (arachn. x wulfenii) S. x fontanae (arachn. x tect. v. glaucum) S. x funckii S. x funckii x aracnoideum S. x hybridum (arachnoideum x tectorum) S. x versicolor Typ A
Ex JOVIBARBA (now Sempervivum, too): J. allionii J. allionii coll. Esteng J. allionii coll.Esteng x hirta from Biele Karpaty („cv. OKI”) J. allionii x hirta v. glabrescens from Smeryouka J. allionii x sobolifera J. arenaria J. heuffelii (two from different sources) J. heuffelii kopaonikense J. heuffelii APACHE J. heuffelii coll. Pasina Glava / former Yugoslavia J. heuffelii coll. Pelister, ex Yugoslavia J. heuffelii coll. Pirin Vichren/Bulgaria J. heuffelii coll. Rila J. heuffelii Regina - Ameliae J. heuffelii cv. Fandango J. heuffelii cv. Xanthoheuff J. heuffelii v. kopaonikense J. hirta J. hirta coll. Bélkő/Bükk J. hirta coll. Budai hegység J. hirta coll. Durmitor J. hirta coll. Harsányhegy J. hirta HEDGEHOG J. hirta glauca J. hirta coll. Mecsek J. hirta coll. Odorvár/Bükk J. hirta coll. SMERYONKA - SMERYOUKA J. hirta coll. Szekrényes hegy J. hirta f. rubra J. hirta purpurea J. hirta ssp. glabrescens from Ducove, Slovakia S 901-A J. hirta ssp. hirta J. hirta ssp. hirta from Stratenska Jaskyna, Slovakia S 891-A J. hirta ssp. tatrensis coll. Klak, Slovakia S 021-J J. hirta v. glabrescens J. hirta v. neilreichii J. hirta v. preissiana J. hirta x sobolifera cv. Emerald Spring J. sobolifera J. sobolifera from Palava Mts /Czech Rep. J. sobolifera JH 198 coll. St. Martin, 630m /Austria J. sobolifera JH 200 coll. Gross Gerungd J. x mitchellii cv. Sandy J. globiferassp. hirtum J. globiferum BLUTROT J. globiferum sssp. allionii J. globiferum ssp. arenarium J. globiferum ssp. globiferum
Will also swap lost labels sempervivums (semps with no name) – have cca 250 different! Special offer for swapping unnamed (lost labels) species and cultivars in 2007 - you get doubled number of semps you sent in exchange (for example, you sent 10 & get 20, you send 26 & get 52 etc.!) Swap sedums, too. Also buying semps at reasonable price!
Some photos: http://community.webshots.com/user/reneeslovenia
Interested? Mail me to renee(at)email.si
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Here's the list of Renata's semps & jovis. Will have first year's chicks for exchange in late August (preferably September).
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The header says swap, not shop. Renee's post says, exchange. Swap is a commonly used English verb meaning exchange without payment, nothing to do with buying and selling.
Plant swaps are common and popular in Europe, there are lots of European readers of this group. Slovenia is an EU member state. HTH.
Janet.(Scotland)
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On 3/11/07 8:26 AM, in article snipped-for-privacy@zetnet.co.uk,

I am quite envious! I'd love some folks to swap with!
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Don't they have plantswaps there? Why not start one?
Set up a local plant swap, it's easy. Garden clubs here often do it. All you do is advertise a date and venue, open to all, and invite people to either bring plants or just come and get plants, free. Usually, it's outdoors; a large public area with car access is ideal. (I went to one in a supermarket carpark) Arm yourself with plenty of old newspapers, card boxes and old plastic bags for people to wrap and carry away their finds. Late spring or late summer are good times.
Not all the people will have plants to bring, but that doesn't matter; lots of keen gardeners want to find good homes for their surplus. Many of the plants will be freshly dug up, in a lump of soil, no pot; but lots more will be trays and pots of surplus seedlings, rooted cuttings...you know how keen gardeners always end up prpagating far more than they can use!
Some of the big plant swaps I've been to attract hundreds of people from many miles away and thousands of plants are on offer. Some people bring whatever common herbaceous plant is most invasive in their garden; but that is ideal for people new to the area starting new garden from scratch, and beginner gardeners, because the plants are free and unlikely to fail. There will also be lots of rare and unusual plants donated by specialists and obsessive collectors with very green fingers. If it's spring, there will be trays and trays of spare lettuce and tomato and vegetable and annual flower seedlings, or envelopes of home-collected seed.
It helps if the donor labels his clump/pot, but very often they don't know what the name is , or got it wrong by Chinese-whispers, and that's good fun too. During the Gulf war or shortly after, I acquired a plant from a swap labelled "Storming Norman". It was that black aeonium Schwarztkopf. Two years ago, at the tail end of swap, I heard someone say "I think we'll just throw away this box of funny squashed looking bulbs, nobody wanted them " So I took them.
Scrawled in wobbly pencil on the big cardboard box was "Irene's, yellow thing? ". Which may explain why nobody wanted them. The whole lot grew, and they are not Irene's, or yellow; they are stunning pink Nerines..
Janet.
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On 3/12/07 11:11 AM, in article snipped-for-privacy@zetnet.co.uk,

There are swaps locally and I know my daylily friends do several, I really wanted some of the sempervivums listed
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Janet, I thank you for all your support.
I must say I was stunned that a person from USA does not understand the meaning of word "swap". After all, it is an american expression --- :)
Thank you once more!!
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Cheryl Isaak wrote:

ME TOO!!!!!!!! I ADORE semps!! (truly, I DOES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) maddie in Eastern Tennessee (HI JANET!!!!! ) <gbseg>
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Hi Maddie. I saw one of my favourite " signs of spring" the other day.. the first peeper post from you.
Janet
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Janet Baraclough wrote:

blush.......................................<g>
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