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HAVE: Tropical & hardy water lilies

Posted by Kat_TX zone9/Texas (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 8, 05 at 10:56

Hardy water lilies blooming size: Clyde Ilkins, Pink Grapefruit, Peaches & Cream, Joey Tomocik, Florida Sunset, Inner Light, Joanne Pring, Walter Pagels, Colorado.

Tropical water lilies blooming size: Albert Greenberg, Rhonda Kay, Afterglow.

Tropical water lilies divisions: Green Smoke, Bagdad, Nora, Purple Indian Goddess.

I am looking for NAMED lilies.

Thanks.


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RE: HAVE: Tropical & hardy water lilies

my lillies aren't named but, i can send you pics of them and we can see if we can find thier names. I'm sure they have names, but i never cared.. they were just pretty! LOL
Thanks Gina


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RE: HAVE: Tropical & hardy water lilies

I would love to have the Pink grapefruit. Would you like to trade for a trudy slocum tropical night bloomer? White blooms, really double and fluffy.Blooming size, has a bud right now.Let me know...
Sandy


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RE: HAVE: Tropical & hardy water lilies

Kat,

I would be interested in doing some trading with you if you would like. I would be interested in JoAnne Pring, Mrs. George C. Hitchcock, and Afterglow (2 of Afterglow if you have them). I have a very extensive list of plants so you can check them and see if I have anything that you want. The only tropical I have up for trade right now is Albert deLestang. If you are not familiar with this tropical, it is an Austrailian waterlily that I have had much success growing. If you are interested in seeing what this lily looks like, go to http://www.victoria-adventure.org/waterlilies/anecphya_galleries/gigantea_albert_de_lestang.html where you can find a photo gallery of it. Though none of the pictures show it, Albert has a pretty icy blue tone on the first and second days. The flowers on this lily last a week compared to the four days of other tropicals. The plant that I have to send is a smaller plant but has TONS of growth on it and will be blooming size in a few weeks if given the proper care. It got a later start than all of my other tropicals. I also have Almost Black and then you can check my trade list and see what all else I have that you are interested in (go to www.geocities.com/lucasdalderson/myplants.html). I have most of the hardies up for trade but a different story on the bog plants and tropicals. I would be willing to trade 2 hardies per tropical with the exception of Almost Black because it is slightly rare. All plants will be good sized though Almost Black is a start but has very nice growth on it like the Albert deLestang. Let me know if you are interested in doing some trading.

Happy ponding,

Lucas D. Alderson


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