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HAVE: These Iris, Elephant Garlic, Daylilies & more

Posted by rosies 5/6 OH (My Page) on
Fri, May 2, 14 at 12:10

I have the deep purple iris, the 2 tone iris ((these are both about a foot tall), tall yellow iris, 5 Elephant garlic bulbs per trade which should each be divided into 4 or 5 before planting, lots of named sempervivums (hens & chicks) Dark Star Daylily, Little Dandy Daylily.
I don't want to trade for just one plant because of postage. Make offer even if it isn't on my want list but please don't be offended if I can't use it. Hope we can trade soon!


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RE: HAVE: These Iris, Elephant Garlic, Daylilies & more

I also have Red Hot Poker.


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RE: HAVE: These Iris, Elephant Garlic, Daylilies & more

Hi Rosie,
I would love your dwarf irises. I have Japanese irises, Japanese maple tree seedlings (small) and a few Lousiana irises that are lovely I can trade. The Japanese irises and Louisiana irises need sun. You don't have to have a lot of room for the Japanese maple tree since I plant them in pots and trim them into different shapes...they don't have to be in the ground. They look great on the patio!
Let me know.


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RE: HAVE: These Iris, Elephant Garlic, Daylilies & more

I am interested in Louisiana Irises and Japanese Irises... I have a trade list if you want to look at it. Any would be fine as I only have Dutch and Bearded Irises right now.... do not know the names....were my mother's and she passed away and all markers are gone, but could send pics.

Thanks,
Charlotte


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RE: HAVE: These Iris, Elephant Garlic, Daylilies & more

Charlotte,
I don't know the names of the iris I have but I don't think they are Louisiana Irises or Japanese Irises. You don't have any plants listed on your page to trade.


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