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WANTED: Pygmy/Dwarf/Miniature Pond Plants.

Posted by shubunkin 7a (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 25, 06 at 22:46

Trying to rebuild a collection of miniature water lilies and lotus. Several years of moving and turmoil reduced my stock to a minimum, but now that life has stabilized, i'm hoping to find some old favorites and perhaps some new varieties. I don't have much to trade yet, but check my list and see if there's something worth trading for.

It would be nice to find anything in the Nymphaea Laydeckeri Group, or Mexicana, Graziella, Paul Hariot, Indiana, Perry's Baby Red, differing varieties of Nymphaea Tetragona, and any other water lily with a flower under 2".

I have one Chinese bowl lotus left "Tai Zhen." I once had 8 of them, all very different. If you have any you'd like to trade, let me know. Thanks so much!


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RE: WANTED: Pygmy/Dwarf/Miniature Pond Plants.

  • Posted by xjaxx z7-8 SC (My Page) on
    Wed, Jul 26, 06 at 23:55

I`d like to trade for your Nymphaea `Black Princess`. I offer
`Mexicana` Water Lily, Variegated Water Celery, Azolla, Anacharis, or Duckweed. If we have a trade send your postal address. Thanks, Xjaxx Jack jatoni@sc.rr.com


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RE: WANTED: Pygmy/Dwarf/Miniature Pond Plants.

Are you still looking? Do you have Jo Anne Pring still or Black Princess?


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