I have a largish garden for central London. Most of it gets some sun and it tends to be dry. I have been in the same place for 30 years and, as I am a compulsive and generally very successful propagator of plants, it is now overflowing - literally, I have loads of stuff in pots and I don't know where to put it.
I really do not NEED more plants but I am ever ready to be tempted. On my wish list is one of the marmelade coloured heucheras for which I am prepared to swap one of a selection of various marbled leaf heucheras or something else from my burgeoning collection of stuff in pots. To reduce the potted plants "mountain", I also have plants for sale, all proceeds to Alzheimer's Society. Currently a number of ceratostigma wilmottiana (hardy plumbago), verbena bonariensis, purple leaf hebe, plus loads of "one-offs". There will soon be fresh cyclamen hederifolium seeds (grows best sown fresh) and in late summer c.hederifolium plants.