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HAVE: Heliconias for bromeliads

Posted by Bihai z8B FL (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 5, 05 at 17:33

I have many rhizomes of 2 "dwarf" heliconias that get between 5-8 feet tall and will bloom in containers. They can be overwintered in the house as houseplants if you have enough light.

The plants are:
Heliconia psitticorum x H. spathocircinata "Golden Torch" (also called "Parrot" and "Yellow Bird") and H. psitt x spatho "Golden Torch Adrian" (also called "Tortuga" and "Red Golden Torch").

These heliconias are the "in-between" plants, separating the Home Depot psitticorums like Choconiana, Andromeda and Lady Di and the large growing species (caribaea, stricta, bihai etc).

I would like to trade for bromeliads, elephant ears I don't have, gingers, etc.


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RE: HAVE: Heliconias for bromeliads

hey,

i dont have anyothing yo're looking for, but can i send postage for a rhizome of each of your heliconia?

thanks

jd


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