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HAVE: Lily bulbs and bulblets of new and rare varieties!

Posted by azngrnthumbs Zone 7/8 PNW (My Page) on
Tue, Nov 21, 06 at 4:41

Hello,

I had a tremendous crop of bulblets from my lilies this summer and I don't have the room to grow them onto flowering size. I might also have mature bulbs of the varieties below to trade.

I'd like to trade off the following varieties:

Lilium Touching group
Shocking Bulblets and near flowering size bulbs.

Lilium Pizzazz
Pizazz NEW and incredible hybrid with very thick petals. Bulblets.

P7250003
Contrast Bulblets.

Suncrest
Suncrest Bulblets.

A Landini
Landini bulblets.

A Zeus
Zeus bulblets

I'm not necessarily looking for other lilies at this time, but I'm hoping to obtain plants on my updated "wanted" list.

No "for postage" offers at this time. Thank you

Cheers,

Riz


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RE: HAVE: Lily bulbs and bulblets of new and rare varieties!

Hi Riz,
I have a couple Epimedium varieties if you have blooming size bulbs to trade.
Let me know.
Thanks, Elaine


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RE: HAVE: Lily bulbs and bulblets of new and rare varieties!

I don't have anything on your want list, but adore lilies! I have 3-5 blue fescua plants that are about a year old as well as a couple of hosta you might like. I think I have an extra guacamole. The other hosta was labeled "painter's palette" when I received it. It's leaves are mostly white with a broad dark green border. I can send a pic from this summer if you like. Both hosta would be divisions of a couple of eyes. I'd be interested in shocking, pizzazz, landini, or zeus. Oh, I have bulblets of monte negro lily.
Let me know if you are interested.
thanks, jacqueline


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RE: HAVE: Lily bulbs and bulblets of new and rare varieties!

Hi...I don't have anything listed on your want page..but I love lilies... the little bulblets and all. Please check my trade list and see if anything there would interest you. If not I understand.....and bless those lillies..they are gorgeous!

Here is a link that might be useful: My exchange list


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