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HAVE: re-blooming tiger lily tubers. picture inside!

Posted by NikiRobinson 6 (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 8, 13 at 13:48

I'm really interested in any kind of gladiolus, & tulip bulbs or seeds. Even if you have veggie seeds, that would be fine too!

I do not ship to PO Boxes.

This post was edited by NikiRobinson on Fri, Mar 8, 13 at 13:48


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RE: HAVE: re-blooming tiger lily tubers. picture inside!

The tubers look like this.


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RE: HAVE: re-blooming tiger lily tubers. picture inside!

Those are daylilies, Hemerocallis fulva, also known as ditch lilies. Tiger lilies are Lilium tigrinum.


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RE: HAVE: re-blooming tiger lily tubers. picture inside!

Thanks for telling me. I guess EdenBrothers.com made a mistake. That's where I ordered them from.


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RE: HAVE: re-blooming tiger lily tubers. picture inside!

Well no matter what they would look great in any garden. I guess I have never seen any of my day-lilies have tubers like those.


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RE: HAVE: re-blooming tiger lily tubers. picture inside!

I don't have any of the above but, I have daffodils coming
up!

Hooray - spring is making an appearance in Michigan.

Kay (phaltyme)


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RE: HAVE: re-blooming tiger lily tubers. picture inside!

I don't see any pieces of crown on many of these roots; some may have a remnant of a crown, but most appear not to. Daylilies require a crown segment in order to grow. The picture is of the common ditch lily.


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RE: HAVE: re-blooming tiger lily tubers. picture inside!

Yes, I guess Eden Brothers did. Click the link below and it'll take you to their true tiger lily offer.

Here is a link that might be useful: Eden Bros. tiger lily


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RE: HAVE: re-blooming tiger lily tubers. picture inside!

I can trade for veggie seed, if the offer still stands. These are gorgeous. I will send you an message with my address and my list of veggie seeds!


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