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WANTED: looking for pond plants

Posted by azcopperpenny AZ (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 4, 08 at 3:08

I have some pennywort I can trade, but am in need of most pond plants. Would love to have some tropical lillies, yerba, taro, water letuce, hyacinth, etc.... Used to be a member of the Greater Phoenix Pond Society, but they have become the East Valley Pond Society. They never seem to have any meetings in any of the West Valley, and since I am located in Peoria, I can't afford the gas to drive to any of the meetings for exchanges.

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RE: WANTED: looking for pond plants

I can bless you with a flat rate priority box of miniature Rosette Water Hyacinths. I can include a Taro, a bit of Anacaris and a Water Lettuce.

I will send for postage. $9.80

RE: WANTED: looking for pond plants

Hi Linda. Have you had a chance to mail that package yet? Thank you, again.

RE: WANTED: looking for pond plants

I just did some clean-up in my pond today and I have two water lillie tubers that need a new home. They are off of two separate plants so they will be two different colors, most likely pink and yellow (I know they're not white). Do you have anything other than pennywort to trade? Do you have any desert or drought tolerant plants? I'd be interested in anything that can be sent bare-root.

RE: WANTED: looking for pond plants

I do have some large red cannas. These are the ones that grow up to 6' tall. I believe they are called President? I have these growing in my front yard, not my pond, as they do very well with little watering. I could give you as many of these as you want. I would be sending them as corms as well.

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