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HAVE: canna lilies

Posted by suzannenc 7b-Holly Springs (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 16, 09 at 9:28

I have tons of yellow canna lilies that grew to 6ft last summer to trade for:
purple coneflower, mexican petunia, mexican blue salvia, autumn sage, butterfly weed, nepeta, Aster "October Skies", Bluebeard "Longwood Blue", or anything long-blooming that is blue!


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RE: HAVE: canna lilies

Hi Suzannenc! I too live in Holly Springs and have 2 young children as well. 2 boys (16 months and 5 yr)! I know you posted this a while back, and I don't need any canna but I do have several echinacea purpurea that have seeded around my yard, as well as some blue salvia guaranitica. I have a few seeds of asclepias curassavica left. I will be wintersowing a few but can save you some. They are the faves of the monarch mommies. I have WS'ed some salvia greggii (autumn sage) so if some sprouts and you want a plant you are welcome to one, or you can take a cutting of mine to root later. Send me an email and lemme know. :)


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RE: HAVE: canna lilies

Hello to both of you!! I am in Apex, just barely outside of Holly Springs. My son is just over a year. I have plenty of mexican petunia. And you both should check out the Raleigh Swap this spring!!!


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RE: HAVE: canna lilies

I am not asking for anything just wanted to say hello and to say I have relocated from NJ to Apex. I just love this area and would like to know the best plants for this area.
Thanks
Melanie


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