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WANTED: Caladium Plants or Bulbs

Posted by ralphw z7b-8 NC (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 6, 06 at 12:46

I am interested in trading for Caladiums (or bulbs, later in the fall) which I will attempt to overwinter for planting out next season. The bulbs will rot if left in the ground here in z.7. I have black elephant ears and lots of other plants to trade at the fall Raleigh swap or later when the plants' foliage begins to die back. My trade list is as follows. http://www.gardenweb.com/auth/nph-logincheck.cgi?action=public_profile&user=ralphw


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RE: WANTED: Caladium Plants or Bulbs

Ralph, I have some white caladium and red caladium bulbs. They aren't very big or named. I picked them up from Lowe's last year. I try each year to overwinter them (inside) and they always rot so you can have them. I'll try and dig them up by Sat. or we can arrange another time. Shannon/Dirtrx


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