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HAVE: Canna seeds for canna seeds!!

Posted by cannaz z6 MO (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 15, 06 at 23:44

I am interested in trading for any canna varieties not on my trade list. My list is up-to-date, so check it out. I am interested in making even seed for seed trades. This is your chance to expand your canna collections!

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RE: HAVE: Canna seeds for canna seeds!!

Would you be intereseted in Omega seeds? I have a dozen or so of them fresh and would love any Pink Futurity seeds if possible.

For that matter, I am happy to trade rhizomes also if you want.

If I did it right, there should be a picture of the omegas below. I am standing under them so you can see they are about 8 feet tall in the picture.


Here is a link that might be useful: omega canna

RE: HAVE: Canna seeds for canna seeds!!

If you still have any left I am interested in some Pink Futurity. I have some Hawaiian Red and others in a trade that was a mix but the trader said she belived they were mostly red but didn't give any names.

RE: HAVE: Canna seeds for canna seeds!!

I have some Robert Kemp seeds..also some seeds from unknown cannas..( all yellow, orange and yellow and yellow with spotted orange ceneter). I am trying to get these id...


RE: HAVE: Canna seeds for canna seeds!!

  • Posted by wendo z8 Louisiana (My Page) on
    Sat, Sep 16, 06 at 23:16


I have yellow King Humbert and Varietas.
I would just be looking for whatever variety you could give me. I like the surprise!


RE: HAVE: Canna seeds for canna seeds!!

Anyone have White Canna Seeds that would be interested in trading for some of my red Canna seeds? Raceme flower, green, 5+ Ft.

Or know who would?



RE: HAVE: Canna seeds for canna seeds!!

  • Posted by njoynit Z8b Coastal ~seclude (My Page) on
    Thu, Nov 16, 06 at 15:41

I sent you an e mail.

I also have seeds to trade.they are off orange indicia.I grew some out this same as paraent,2 kinds of yellow and a pretty orangey color.

RE: HAVE: Canna seeds for canna seeds!!

I'd be happy to trade either seeds or bulbs of my red raceme flower, green, 5+ feet for Cleopatra seeds or bulbs? If you are interested.

Sounds like your plants are trying to survive the cold winter like mine are.

Pa - Zone 6

still trading cannas?

Hey everybody. I stumbled across this thread and wondered if you all are still interested in trading canna seeds?

If so, I would love to trade for anything. I have Mr. President (or that's what I've been told they're called-- red flowers with red leaves); I also have green-leafed ones with yellow, orange, pink, red, and yellow with orange splotches. They all get pretty tall, in the 6-15 foot range. The Mr. Presidents get taller than the others.

Let me know!

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