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HAVE: Dwarf Cattail & Water Iris

Posted by azura z5 CO (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 20, 06 at 13:51

Hi everyone!

I have 2 small bunches of dwarf cattail (currently without the cattails) that have multiplied super fast for me, some water iris and possibly some water mint to trade (does this divide or please tell me how to do cuttings). I am fully stocked on water plants but I am hoping to find some hardy spring bulbs, especially alliums. Thank you!


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RE: HAVE: Dwarf Cattail & Water Iris

Hi! I've been wanting to try to grow some dwarf cattail in my pond. Would you please take a look at my listing and see if there's anything you might want to trade for?

Thank you!


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RE: HAVE: Dwarf Cattail & Water Iris

would love to have some of the dwarf cat tails and water iris if you have any left. I have some iris not sure what its called purple i know. Small amount of stella de oro day lillys , aloe vera, Just starting out in this yard so not much for now. thanks


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RE: HAVE: Dwarf Cattail & Water Iris

I have some wild hyacinth bulbs and some grasses. Carl Forester,and a red one that I think is red flame. I am interested in the dwarf cattails and cobweb hen and chicks. If interested let me know.
Thanks alot
Susan


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RE: HAVE: Dwarf Cattail & Water Iris

Hi... Do you have any of these plants left??? I ordered dwarf cattails, but they've never bloomed. They just look like rush or grass...LOL Let me know and we'll see what we can trade:):) Gina


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RE: HAVE: Dwarf Cattail & Water Iris

do u have eneything left if so email me what kind u have left thanks


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