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HAVE: Tall Bearded Irises

Posted by mikesc Coastal SC, Zone 8 (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 29, 07 at 15:46

Hello,
After a potential move to a larger home/yard has fallen through, I have a large number of healthy tall bearded irises which must be thinned significantly to allow room for new plants ordered back in the winter. They'll begin arriving in late August.

I have around twenty varieties from the top hybridizers in the nation, of all colors, that I would like to trade for seeds, bulbs, or anything I might be able to store until next summer when I do move. If you are interested and have a particular color in mind, I can respond with photos and information about that particular cultivar. All of these irises have performed very well for me in Myrtle Beach, SC, and Tall Beardeds do well in both Carolinas. I keep careful notes and can tell you precisely when any given cultivar has bloomed for me here in Zone 8.

If interested I am at matbeach1@aol.com

Thanks,
Mike Williams, Myrtle Beach


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RE: HAVE: Tall Bearded Irises

TB irises are my favorite! Not sure if I have anything you would like, but I do have cannas, two kinds, lots of perennials & seeds. Please check my list and let me know, and also if there's anything not on it that you are looking for. I love blue, purple, clear yellow and white for the iris colors.
Thanks!
Rosemary


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RE: HAVE: Tall Bearded Irises

Hi, Mike
I am very interested in trading for some of your TB Iris. check out my list and let me know if I have anything you want. You can e-mail me directly at d.tmilton@mindspring.com
Thanks bunches!
Denise(madplanter57)

Here is a link that might be useful: My trade list


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re: thank you

Mike - The irises arrived and are in great shape. Thank you for the trade!
Rosemary


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RE: HAVE: Tall Bearded Irises

Good morning Mike,
I am interested in some of your TB iris if you have any left. Check my trade list and see if I have something you would like.
I have some new plants that I have not listed yet. Email me if you are interested.
Thanks,
Annette


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