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wanted: wanted: pond plants- have lots of tb iris

Posted by IrisAmy tx (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 15, 11 at 22:36

I am just starting up a pond at the new house. I have alot of Tall bearded Iris, most of them named. Have over 100 varieties.
Looking for some water lilys, pickeral rush, LA Iris, etc.


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RE: wanted: wanted: pond plants- have lots of tb iris

I have Oxygenating plants and some sedges. Mose are still sleeping, might can get a lily or two. LMk if these are some you might want. I am looking for Iris I don't have.

Here is a link that might be useful: Gallery


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RE: wanted: wanted: pond plants- have lots of tb iris

I have.....
water lilies: "Joey Tomaczek" (a hardy canary yellow) and "Texas Dawn" (softer yellow much larger bloom, also a hardy lily) Check out the photo at http://www.waterplantsforponds.com/hardy-water-lilies/texas-dawn.htm
I also have lemon bacopa, violet stemmed taro, and white La iris(I think the cultivar is Mississippi Deb ???). I'll send any or all to you for postage. I would like any blue or purple bearded iris. I was a newbie at this once too, and I really appreciated all the pass-along plants people gave me.

Lemmeknow,

scuba_al


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