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cuttings of fragrant brugs

Posted by oldginger_gardener AL 8 (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 28, 11 at 2:10

My beloved Charles Grimaldi having died this past winter, I've recovered from the shock and look to the future.

This season I'm hoping to try 3-4 especially fragrant brugs--New Orleans Lady, Antique Lace, Painted Lady, Ila Marie, varieties like these (and no doubt others)--which have been praised for their fragrance on this forum. If you have cuttings you are willing to share, I will gladly pay shipping; or if you prefer a trade, I will send you some nice plump spider lilies (lycoris radiata), as many as you wish.

Old Ginger
e-mail: dst.john926@gmail.com


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RE: cuttings of fragrant brugs

  • Posted by chena z8 Texas (My Page) on
    Thu, Mar 3, 11 at 0:51

..It has been a rough past yr.. I do have an extra Cherub.. If you would like her for postage


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RE: cuttings of fragrant brugs

Look in my trade list to see what you would like. Just wouldn't be able to ship for about a month and a half.
Jerry


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RE: cuttings of fragrant brugs

Hey Kylie,
Are you still saving me a Cherub? I can send the postage any time that you say.
I took my wintered over plants out of storage today and put them in the greenhouse. It looks like I may lose a couple of them but mostly they look really good.
I bought a few cuttings last fall but I have lost most of them. Had a little snag in shipping and it took 2 weeks to get them. I think the cold did them in. They seemed to try to start growing but finally gave it up. Oh well, I still have quite a few anyway. This year they all go in the ground. Pictures soon.
Bill


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RE: cuttings of fragrant brugs

  • Posted by chena z8 Texas (My Page) on
    Sun, Mar 6, 11 at 0:46

Yes Of course I am Bill!! ;0)


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