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HAVE: Hardy White Water Lily (2)

Posted by hummingbirddaisy z4b/5a Ia ( on
Tue, Oct 11, 05 at 20:58

They are hardy to my zone, however, my pond is not deep enough to over winter them. I have a precasted black plastic pond that only reaches 18 inches at it's deepest.

Looking for fall planting bulbs. I would love to have some oriental lilies, iris's, daff's, pink hardy glad's, hardy chinese orchids, hardy checker lilies, DWARF PURPLE FRITILLARIA'S!!!!!, wood hyacinths.

Let me know if you'd like to trade!

Thanks, Tina

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RE: HAVE: Hardy White Water Lily (2)

You can overwinter those in a black garbage bag closed up. Trim back foliage and place directly into bag soaking wet, close it up and store in a basement or garage where they won't freeze, just a tip I got from someone! Steph

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