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HAVE: proliferations

Posted by claysoil z6 PA ( on
Thu, Jul 31, 08 at 8:49

Is anyone interested in trading proliferations? I have a daylily called Double Red that always gives me these babies. It would be easy to pop several into a small box for a trade for other young plants.

Double Red is a dark red, full of blooms that are usually but not always double. I'm looking for purple daylilies (not lavender). I'm also a sucker for blue or miniature hostas if someone has small eyes to trade. I'm not looking for a large trade; I have an eyeglass box from my optometrist that would be perfect for shipping my end. And eastern US only please; unless I'm stuffing a flat rate box it costs too much to trade with you wonderful people out west.

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RE: HAVE: proliferations

WOW, I wish I had some proliferations. I had some last year. I'll check my daylilies.


RE: HAVE: proliferations

AHHH shucks!! Way out west in 105 degree heat!!!
but have a NICE purple:: Purple Rain. Holds its color even in the heat. It finished blooming about mid July and is fertile both ways. I have pics or check it out on Tinkers Gardens.
Fencing Master is a good purple, finishes bloom earlier than Purple Rain but does fade some in the heat.
I am trying to increase my reds.

Weldon Moore
Keller, TX

RE: HAVE: proliferations

I have two Midnight Magic proliferations that I am rooting right now. I live in Huntsville AL, 35806. I am including a link to pictures of the flower.

Here is a link that might be useful: Daves Garden Plant file

RE: HAVE: proliferations

I went back and looked at my pictures to refresh my memory and Midnight Magic is more of a very deep scarlett. It just photographs purple. Let me know anyway, its a very pretty flower that holds up well to sun.

RE: HAVE: proliferations

Hey claysoil, Do you still have any prolifs of the double red--I have a prolif on Dark Star. LMK. Lucylou

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