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HAVE: Sanguinaria canadensis forma multiplex

Posted by klavier z5/6 SNY (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 18, 05 at 21:05

I have one trade of this plant for any lady slipper, though I would like pubescense best as I hear it is one of the easiest. I know this is a long shot, but this plant is also semi-precious and sells for not to much different than flasked seedlings.
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I also have trout lilies (which would be impossible to find now)and one trade of heart leaf hepatica
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RE: HAVE: Sanguinaria canadensis forma multiplex

Beautiful photos.. :-)


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RE: HAVE: Sanguinaria canadensis forma multiplex

Werner, I have a very small patch of yellow lady's slipper which I *think* is pubescens. I would be willing to trade one for the bloodroot but I am not sure if I can divide without damaging my lady's slippers. I remember reading in Bill Collina's book on wildflowers that some species will die if you mess with them. I got the book from the library so can't check it to see which. I also don't know when would be the best time to try dividing. I am going to the library tomorrow and will try and remember to check the info in his book if it isn't checked out.


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