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HAVE: Lotus tubers

Posted by chicagopond 5 (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 11, 07 at 1:34

I have 3 lotus tubers, I recently brought them out of dormancy they are now starting sprout. Looking to trade for lillies and other marginal plants.

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RE: HAVE: Lotus tubers

What variety?


RE: HAVE: Lotus tubers

What marginal plans are you looking for? I have a few that need dividing. Joyce

RE: HAVE: Lotus tubers

Hello Chicagopond,

I have horsetail rush, chocolate aquatic mint, lousiana iris, and a few taro plants just peeking up. I will have som extra pink varigated water parsley in the future.

Let me know what you need.

P.S. What type of lotus do you have?


RE: HAVE: Lotus tubers


I would love a lotus of any type. I have Chameleon plant and
parrots feathers.

Let me know,

RE: HAVE: Lotus tubers

I can send you Variegated Water Celery, Taros, Parrots Feather, Dwarf Variegated Cattail and minature Rosette Water Hyacinths.....a whole Priority box full.

For your Lotus tubers

Here is a link that might be useful: exchange page

RE: HAVE: Lotus tubers

I have Water Hyacinths too. Water Lilies. Papyrus. I have a pot of papyrus on one end of my pond, no shade, and it is completely clear. Roots extending through the pot.

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