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Plants from fall swap -question

Posted by mad_about_mickey **7* *N.C. (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 12, 08 at 15:49

I have a 'scatterbrain' lily and an 'ed marshall' lily , could some one tell me what colors they are and how tall they get? So excited they survived the winter and drought....Also have rain lily. any help for a lily dummy would be appreciated. Thanx!

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RE: Plants from fall swap -question

i'd google image both and then you can see exactly what they'll look like.

RE: Plants from fall swap -question

I probably brought those! Scatterbrain is a great peach/pink, double. Blooms like crazy, later in the season, about 24 inches tall. Ed marshall is red, good bloomer, about the same height; can't remember when it blooms.


RE: Plants from fall swap -question

Sally- Thank -you for responding.I couldn't make out all of your name on the tag, that side was faded more than the side with the plant name. I couldn't find pix of those two. Thanks!!!!

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