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HAVE: Narcissus Tazetta (Chinese Sacred Lilies)

Posted by sun_worshiper FL 9b (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 10, 13 at 16:14

After 3 years in a row of no blooms, I've concluded that it is too hot in FL for these to grow, so I've dug out my entire clumps.

I have 20 bulbs of narcissus tazetta orientalis, Chinese Sacred Lily:

And 20 bulbs of narcissus tazetta orientalis, Double Roman:

Bulbs multiplied well, but can't get them to bloom. I'm hoping someone in an area with more chilling hours would be interested in a trade.

I would especially love to trade for Arum italicum or red Oxblood lilies (Rhodophiala bifida). My trade list is up to date as well, and lists other things I'm seeking.


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RE: HAVE: Narcissus Tazetta (Chinese Sacred Lilies)

Do you know if they are hardy in zone 5, if so would love to trade something from my trade list. Just checking in.


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RE: HAVE: Narcissus Tazetta (Chinese Sacred Lilies)

Illinoisdoglover, I don't believe these are hardy in your zone. Thanks for checking though.

Thanks all for your interest - I have found trades for all of these bulbs - there are none left.


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RE: HAVE: Narcissus Tazetta (Chinese Sacred Lilies)

I have some white irises if your interested. I'm not sure of the latin name, but they grow like crazy, and they look wonderful in March.


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RE: HAVE: Narcissus Tazetta (Chinese Sacred Lilies)

Cornmuffin, I don't have any of these bulbs left, but feel free to take a look at my trade list to see if I have anything else that interests you.


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