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WANTED: Hardy White Water Lily Tubers

Posted by wardog33 IL (My Page) on
Thu, May 15, 14 at 10:46

Oops -- meant HAVE!!!

I have several large tubers to trade, approximately 7-10" with 5-8 starts. If I remember correctly, these are Alba??? (Mother plants are 15+ years old and HUGE!)

Looking for anything I don't have: water lettuce, hyacinth, lotus, any other lily starts.

Let me know if you are interested!

This post was edited by wardog33 on Thu, May 15, 14 at 14:42


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RE: WANTED: Hardy White Water Lily Tubers

I already have white as well but have something new that has burgundy leaves. I am told that this means the plant will be either red or a pink. The tuber is average size about 4 inches extremely healthy. I have several of them but demand for them by a few locals. Like yourself, I love lotus. I do have lotus growing from seed and nice pods. I expect to bloom by end of season as they are growing quick. The secret is space. giving them a lake a home. LOL


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RE: WANTED: Hardy White Water Lily Tubers

I'd love to trade for a white water lily tuber. I have hardy yellow water iris if you're interested.


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RE: WANTED: Hardy White Water Lily Tubers

I have floating fern to trade

Thanks, Gail


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