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HAVE: Sprouted tubers, colorata

Posted by sdavis z7b nc (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 12, 08 at 21:31

N.colorata is a pretty little day bloom tropical waterlily, spreading a couple of feet wide. Suitable for tubs, free flowering with two to four blue-violet buds at a time

Will consider any hardy or tropical waterlily of interest

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RE: HAVE: Sprouted tubers, colorata

Hi Sue, Davis is my maiden name!Just wondering if you got my email through GW.I know others have problems with not going through. Please email me & let me know.
Thanks, Theresa

RE: HAVE: Sprouted tubers, colorata

I have hardy white waterlily with yellow in center to trade for yours . also have anacharis and water lettuce

RE: HAVE: Sprouted tubers, colorata

I have several named hardy waterlilies. Innerlight, Colorado, Georgia Peach, and a lot more.

RE: HAVE: Sprouted tubers, colorata

Hi Karalyn,

That is promising, Innerlight is one I would like to try. Would two sprouted colorata tubers be fair in exchange?
If you have other named varieties that would be of interest. Colorado and Georgia Peach are nice I have those. Please pm for further details

Hi Kiddo, I already have several white varieties, anacharis, lettuce

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