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HAVE: Umbrella palm (cyperus)

Posted by fgilles02420 z6 MA (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 21, 05 at 14:21

Hello,
I have a chunk of umbrella palm (Cyperus) from mine that I divided when I took down my water garden for the season. This plant grows in shallow water or wet soil, easy to overwinter inside. Mine gets about 4-5' tall outside. This will be moderatly heavy to ship.
I'm looking for interesting houseplants (varieties of aspidistra, aglaonema, or philo would be great!). I love hardy perennials but its really pushing the limit here for planting now, although I might try a daylily. Thanks!
Frances


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