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Have Lily bulbs to trade

Posted by woodthrush z4PA (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 18, 12 at 8:14

2 Altari
2 African Queen
2 Cold Play
2 Robert Swanson
1 Russian Morning

I'm interested in other named lily varieties that I don't have, interesting shade plants hardy to zone 4, or sedums that I don't have.

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RE: Have Lily bulbs to trade

I don't have ANY lilies, but I do have some beautiful Hostas that will do well in your zone. I've have a few Hellbore seedlings I could trade also, they are BEAUTIFUL shade plants.
I've just started working on my shade areas this year so don't have a LOT of variety except with the Hostas.

I have some Hens & Chicks I can trade, I may have some sedum but I'll have to take a picture as I don't know it's name.

Anything sound tempting yet? hmmmmmm?

Sharon Cash
Zone 7

RE: Have Lily bulbs to trade

What are the names of the varieties of hosta and sedums you have? I can't tell if I already have them, if I don't know

RE: Have Lily bulbs to trade

The hostas I have are
Komodo Dragon
Blazing Saddles
el capitan
Cracker Crumbs
Twight Time
Blue Monday

The Hens & Chicks I have are
Ruby Heart
and Pilioseum

I don't know the name of the sedum sorry

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