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HAVE: Named Daylilies for rooted Clematis (not seeds)

Posted by Victorian_Bellefonte 6 Pennsylvania (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 19, 05 at 17:27

I have a bunch of named daylilies on my trade page (over 150 varieties) and would love to trade for some rooted clematis divisions/plants. I am interested in most anything but Sweet Autumn and Rubens or what I don't already have (also have Constance, Ville de Lyon, plus a few others). I would prefer a larger trade, so please check to see if there is anything else that interest you!

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


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RE: HAVE: Named Daylilies for rooted Clematis (not seeds)

I would love some daylilies in white, pink, peach. I have several clematis rooted cuttings. I have an unusual one that you might like that is yellow with bell type flowers. It is like sweet autumn in that you prune it severly in spring. Let me know if you are interested.


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RE: HAVE: Named Daylilies for rooted Clematis (not seeds)

Hi,

I have a few clematis to trade for daylilies, want colors other than yellow or orange.
plmk if interested.

sandy


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