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Have Parrot Lily, Yesterday Today and Tomorrow, and Duranta bush

Posted by dragonfli 9 TX ( on
Thu, Apr 5, 12 at 21:08

I have several trades of Parrot Lily (Alstroemeria psittacina), one trade of Duranta erecta, 3 trades of Yesterday Today and Tomorrow plants. The Parrot Lily will be tubers, and the Duranta and YT&T are all well rooted plants. I will send pictures of the plants prior to trade and ask the same. I am looking for Hidden Ginger or flowering vines that I do not have, but make an offer if you have something else for zone 9. I do not have my wants list yet.

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RE: Have Parrot Lily, Yesterday Today and Tomorrow, and Duranta b

I have hidden ginger and other gingers. As far as flowering vines, the only thing I have is orange trumpet vine and red honeysuckle. The trumpet vine is really pretty--I have it climbing through a Chinese windmill palm, but it is aggravating because it sprouts up up to 5 or 6 feet away. I do love the red honeysuckle though. It blooms all season and only requires pruning once every year or two, but it isn't fragrant like the wild kind. The hummingbirds love both of these vines. I would have to check and see if I can find any rooted pieces of the honeysuckle.

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