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HAVE: Trilliums (White)

Posted by Debi Zones 3 Mn. (My Page) on
Tue, May 11, 04 at 0:27

Looking for:
V. Blue Bells, Squirel Corn, Trout Lilies, Low growing Sedums, Ferned leaved Bleeding Heart (white).
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Thanks for looking.

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RE: HAVE: Trilliums (White)

I have a couple of low-growing sedums (unfortunately I don't know the proper names)...I'd love a trillium! LMK

RE: HAVE: Trilliums (White)


Does your trillium have the bloom right next to the leaves, on top, a couple of inches above the leaves, or underneath the leaves?

I have trillium cuneatum. ALso have trout lilies but it's too late to trade them because the leaves have gone by by and I don't know where they are!

LMK if interested. plantbug

RE: HAVE: Trilliums (White)

I Have Many Sedums!
Email Me for Pix.

RE: HAVE: Trilliums (White)

I have tons of blue bells for trade. I am interested in the white trilliums. Please let me know if your interested.

RE: HAVE: Trilliums (White)

I lost all but one of my trillium this winter. I have low growing sedum: Acre, with yellow flowers, Dragon's blood, coral. I also have white bleeding heart but don't think it's fernleaf.

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