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WANTED: Bi Color Cromisia

Posted by tophersmith (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 25, 09 at 21:28

I'm not sure I am spelling it right but it in full bloom right now. Would like to trade


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RE: WANTED: Bi Color Cromisia

Hi Chris,
I think you're looking for Crocosmia 'Bicolor' - An old variety which has small flowers with alternate tepals of golden yellow and vermilion red, 1-2ft (July-Aug). I don't have this one either, but I am interested in getting it.

by the way, I have some lilies for you.

thanks,

Vickie


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RE: WANTED: Bi Color Cromisia

Vickie,

Yes that's it, what daylilies do u have?


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