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Eucomis To Trade

Posted by sun_worshiper FL 9b (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 7, 11 at 13:14

I have some pineapple lily bulbs I'm interested in trading. I have Eucomis 'autumnalis' and Eucomis 'comosa'. They are starting to go dormant for the year, so it would be a good time to dig them up.

I'd be interested in trades for a number of other types of plants:
- Hippeastrum bulbs, any color but pink
- Lycoris - red or yellow fall blooming/winter foliage types
- Oxblood lilies (Rhodophiala bifida)
- Blood lilies (Scadoxus multiflorus)
- Louisiana Iris
- Yellow, White or Red flowering Echinaceas
- Dwarf Cannas - foliage less than 3' tall
- White flowering crinums like x. powellii 'Album'
- Purple flowering curcumas
- Hedychium greenii

Really any sort of plant with large flowers that comes back every year. Colorwise I like reds, oranges, yellows and blues, bright colors rather than pastels.

If anyone is interested send me an email.


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RE: Eucomis To Trade

I have some blood lilies......where are you located?


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RE: Eucomis To Trade

I am located in Oviedo, FL. Zip is 32765 it is near Orlando. Where are you located starryrider? Blood lilies would be a great trade!

Here is a photo of what the comosa looks like in bloom:

And here's the autumnalis:


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RE: Eucomis To Trade

I'm in Deland so not to far away. I need to be in Sanford on the 13th so maybe we can meet up. Email me starryrider1@yahoo.com


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RE: Eucomis To Trade

Great! I sent you an email.


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RE: Eucomis To Trade

I have 5 comosa bulbs left to trade if anyone else is interested.


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