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HAVE: Named Daylilys for Cactus

Posted by plantman71 7b/8a (tcm6641@yahoo.com) on
Fri, Mar 1, 13 at 15:25

I have Double Passion, Elegant Candy, Woodside Romance, and Cleo (spider daylily) for Cold hardy cactus(7b/8a), Opuntia pad type, Opuntia Cholla type, Agave, Euphorbia, Opuntia Engelmannii linguiformis, and also want hardy succelents for cactus garden. LMK
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RE: HAVE: Named Daylilys for Cactus

I am interested in your Double Passion. I have both cactus and succulents and would like to know if your daylily is a single or double or ? and what you would consider a fair trade.


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RE: HAVE: Named Daylilys for Cactus

My Double Passion Daylily is a double with large lavender blooms. These plants are potted, I can take single, double or as many fans as I want. The trade depends on what you offer. I have most of the cactus and succulents offered at Lowes, Home Dep., Walmart and K Mart. I always offer a fair trade, and I have traded on garden web for years as Tony_PMan In addition to cactus listed, I am looking for many of your natives that is not usually offered for sale or trade here.


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RE: HAVE: Named Daylilys for Cactus

I have some small catcus I dug out of my yard in Nebraska. Don't know much about them...just that I stepped on them and they hurt...and they must be very hardy...
I can send you a picture if I get your email.
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RE: HAVE: Named Daylilys for Cactus

I have prickly pears ?? Do they interest you ! Lmk thanks


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RE: HAVE: Named Daylilys for Cactus

Momgardens, Do you have the name of the prickly pear? I already have several diferent ones. Thanks

Adding Stella de Ora daylily to list of tradeables.


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RE: HAVE: Named Daylilys for Cactus

I do not mine has yellow blooms if that helps !!


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