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europeon Cannas circa 1940

Posted by pasqua ct (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 17, 09 at 21:41

My grandfather brought cannas bulbs from Italy on one of his trips. He planted them and exumed them every fall for 30 years. I've done it for the past 25 years. I now have over 200 bulbs, far too many for my garden. I've donated to local garden clubs and neighbors, but still have an excess. Beautiful pale red delicate flowers if interested for FREE contact Pizzaru@optonline.net.. thanks


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  • Posted by brhgm z8b LA (My Page) on
    Mon, Apr 27, 09 at 15:52

Me too


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I tried sending you an email but it came back as undeliverable. I would be interested in some of your cannas if you have any left. Thanks.


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My email must have just vanished in cyber space..........let me know if your offer still stands, I'm still interested..............


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If it isn't too much trouble I would like some if you still have them. if you feel it is too late in the season, please keep me in mind, I would pay shipping if necessary.


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