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HAVE: Four Lisianhtus for One Plant

Posted by sguanzon z9 AZ (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 18, 12 at 10:45

I have two larger with almost white petals with pink fringe and two smaller purples. I will trade all four for any one semi-evergreen or evergreen daylily I don't have or a plant that will adapt to a desert climate (hot and dry) would love to have a Hamelia Patens or a Ruselliana but I'm open.

I'd like to trade these soon. Please let me know. Thanks.


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RE: HAVE: Four Lisianhtus for One Plant

I dont have the varieties you are requesting. But I KNOW I probably have something you would like. I will look up all my daylilies and let you know which ones are Evergreen. I have some VERY LOVELY NAMED varieties.
Let me know if you are interested
Sharon Cash
Zone 7
Here is the link to my tradelist
http://members.gardenweb.com/members/exch/cashclan


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RE: HAVE: Four Lisianhtus for One Plant

If you are open to red hot pokers or torch lilies they are ever green and tolerate dry condition well. Mine need separated anyway. They grow well in part sun or full sun here, let me know. Thanks


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RE: HAVE: Four Lisianhtus for One Plant

Lisianthus are traded..keep an eye out for new post soon!


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