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HAVE: Irises to trade

Posted by becky1617 South Carolina (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 28, 06 at 7:37

I have a about 150 light blue, tall bearded, grape bubblegum scented iris to trade. I don't know the name but it may be a Virginia Lyle variety. These iris have been in the family gardens for several generations. Very hardy and prolific in NC mountains and in SC red clay. Blooms mid-April to mid-May. Blooming size roots.
I will swap even for any type or color of Iris roots except Dutch. I don't care whether they are a named variety or not.

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RE: HAVE: Irises to trade

Becky, would you be interested in trading for dahlia tubers? I'm starting to collect iris' and don't have any to trade. I'm new to iris.


RE: HAVE: Irises to trade

I would be happy to trade for dahlia tuber of larger dahlias. I can't use the short or dwarf ones. How many iris do you need?


RE: HAVE: Irises to trade

  • Posted by bobbih z10 San Diego (My Page) on
    Wed, Mar 29, 06 at 9:22

Have 1 g Ligularia, or 1g rooted brug-shredded wht or pink insignis or crocosomia Emily McKenzie bulbs for your iris. Bobbi

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