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WANTED: waterlily & other pond plants

Posted by flora2b z6a bc (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 14, 09 at 1:56

Just wondering if anybody is interested in a trade of their waterlilies or other pond plants when needing to divide?
I have a white and possible yellow waterlily that I can divide as well as acorus ogon, houttynia variegata, juncus spiralis, arrowhead and a few iris.
I'm looking for a red or dark pink flowered waterlily, I have a larger pond, so can have a plant that will grow large. Need a hardy oxygenator.
Interested in other plants as well.
Any one?
Flora


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RE: WANTED: waterlily & other pond plants

Hi Flora
I have a hardy pink waterlily that needs dividing (not sure you would call it dark pink, I could send a picture of the flower)and could send you a division.I also have 2 different yellows (Marliacea Chromatella and Joey Tomocick)
Also have pickerel weed and Thalia.


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RE: WANTED: waterlily & other pond plants

Thanks Shirleyj
I would love to see a pic of the pink waterlily.
I had a yellow lily before the move to a new pond last year, my lilies got mixed up, but I have a lily that has not flowered yet but has the mottled leaves like marliacea chromatella.
Here is a pic from 2007
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Here is my white waterlily
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What would you like in exchange?

Flora


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