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HAVE: erythronium, christmas ferns

Posted by Giboosi_alttara z6 CT (My Page) on
Sun, May 9, 04 at 19:36

trilliums and wild orchids hardy to my zone.


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RE: HAVE: erythronium, christmas ferns

Hi,

What kind of trilliums and erythronium do you have? I also saw on your list that you have skunk cabbage. Are they too big to trade now?

What are you looking for?

Thanks!

Jeanne


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RE: HAVE: erythronium, christmas ferns

Doh! Sorry, Jeanne, I'm looking for trilliums. I don't know what kind of erythronium; I've yet to see them bloom. I've got tons, and some are going to seed, but somehow I missed the bloom period.

I could either find small skunk cabbages, or remove some of the leaves for shipping, as yes, most of them are too large to ship entire at this point.


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RE: HAVE: erythronium, christmas ferns

  • Posted by Debi Zones 3 Mn. (My Page) on
    Tue, May 11, 04 at 0:22

Hi there!
I have lots of Trillium that are just waking up for your
Erythronium, can we do a plant for plant trade? How many can you send?
Please e-mail me.
ttys
Debi


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RE: HAVE: erythronium, christmas ferns

Hi Debi, did you get the email?


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RE: HAVE: erythronium, christmas ferns

I also can provide you with Trillium grandiflorium.


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