1) Bearded Iris rhizomes (roots): Approximately 8, the variety name is Edith Wolford, creamy yellow upper portion to the flower, and purple lower portion. Worth about $7 each, I'm open to barter offers, and best offer for the lot of them!
2) Jerusalem Artichokes: I have multiple pounds of sprouting roots. For those who aren't sure what they are, they are the root of a sunflower that doesn't store energy in seedheads, but instead in roots. They can be eaten raw (sort of like a water chestnut flavor that way), or they can be used in place of potatoes. They will overshadow most things in your garden, and need to be considered a tasty permanent planting ;-) In any case, make me an offer on however many you want, they're zone hardy to at least a zone 2b or so.