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HAVE: Pink water lotus tubers & other pond plants

Posted by marquesas14 10 (My Page) on
Mon, Jan 13, 14 at 16:06

I have pink water lotus tubers, hardy water lilies (pink and creme colored) Duckweed, Water Hyacinth, Elodea, Giant Valisinaria Grass, as well as marginal plants like Cattail, Parrots Feather, Frogbit, and Mammoth Elephant Ear. Let me know what you have to trade!


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RE: HAVE: Pink water lotus tubers & other pond plants

I would love to trade Brugmansia cuttings for water lillies, I also have Seeds Rose of Sharon, Red Castor Beans, or in you're interested could do Postage
Thank in Advance

Elizabeth


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RE: HAVE: Pink water lotus tubers & other pond plants

I have either a baby banana plant or thornless Arapaho Blackberry (rooted) ... or other items you might be interested in and I'd like to trade for Pink Lotus tuber...or maybe Elephant Ear (can it go in the pond)?? ~Sandy

Here is a link that might be useful: My Trade List


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RE: HAVE: Pink water lotus tubers & other pond plants

Hello,
I would love to trade for the water lotus plants and water lilies. I have typhonium venosum - Voodoo lily bulbs, as well as some houseplants I can split off. For you in zone 10 they could be planted outdoors. I have to split:
Kalanchoe humilis
Plectranthus coleoides - Nico
selaginella kraussiana - Frosty Fern
Nepenthes ventricosa- Hanging Pitcher Plant
Beaucarnea recurvata- Ponytail palm
Plectranthus verticillatus- Whorled Sweedish Ivy

I live in zone 6 so I would have to hold the trade untill April1st. It'll be too cold before that.
Let me know! Thanks,
Nina


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