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HAVE: Crinum Bulbs

Posted by fairview 8/McKinneyTX (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 13, 09 at 19:43

Have 6 varieties of Crinum for trade: JC Harvey, Milk and Wine, Bradly(pretty sure), Carolina, one that multiplies like mad and has pink flowers but is not JC Harvey, some bulbisperum seeds and very few young bulbisperum plants.

Looking for durable perennials/bulbs that can grow in this caliche/gumbo *(("> alkaline soil without amendments and thrive on a drip irrigation system. No water hogs please.

Mature bulbs can easily weigh several pounds and digging them is an all day affair. They will be sent flat rate. If you want a variety, the smaller immature bulbs are the way to go.

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RE: HAVE: Crinum Bulbs

Iwould like to trade daylilies for j c harvey/bradley/milk and wine/carolina/bulbisperum plants . I have daylilies american revolution/braoody/jersey spider/brave world/suzie wong/oriental ruby/ red volunteer/cinnamon roll/.Let me know
Thanks Toni

RE: HAVE: Crinum Bulbs

Whew, Being not as young as I used to be and this darn TX heat, I thought I would be farther along than where I am at now. The mind is willing, the body is not. If interested let me know, but you'll need some patience. Digging holes for my new plants is kicking my butt let alone digging up the crazy Crinums. Email and I will let you know and then put your msg in a separate folder and let you know when I get there.

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