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HAVE: Hardy Thalia & White Water Snowflake

Posted by lucas.alderson469 6B (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 26, 08 at 1:40

so far all i've got to trade is hardy thalia (a large, oriental-looking marginal that grows to about 6 to 8 feet tall and has purple flower spikes that shoot up above the foliage) and white water snowflake (which looks like a REALLY tiny white water lily... even has floating leaves). i am interested in trading for NAMED hardy water lilies, louisiana/japanese iris, or bog plants. sorry, no "for postage".


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RE: HAVE: Hardy Thalia & White Water Snowflake

Hi,
I'm looking for thalia and have a large number of canna, variegated Acorus calamus - 2 types, and other bog plants.
Please have a look at my tradelist; if you don't see it there, just ask. It needs constant updating.
Lily


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