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HAVE: Assorted unnamed iris

Posted by jen_frazier z7 TX (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 21, 06 at 10:09

I have some historic assorted unnamed TB iris ready to trade. I will have more modern iris ready in the next few weeks.

I am looking for daylily, ginger, tuberose or make me an offer.

Thanks, Jennifer


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RE: HAVE: Assorted unnamed iris

Hi, I'm just beginning to be interested in iris growing. Have many, many red cannas to trade. I've been growing cannas for three years and the clumps have multiplied beyond my wildest dreams! They have huge dark green tropical looking foliage, deep red feathered flowers and grow from 4-9 feet tall, depending upon where I plant them. (More sun makes them taller, I think.) They do well in containers - most any size pot, in beds or just here and there in the yard, as long as they get a fair amount of sunlight. I can send as many as you like if you'd like to trade. I also have a question: can iris be planted now in my area? Thanks!


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RE: HAVE: Assorted unnamed iris

Hi!
I have red tulip and yellow tulip bulbs to exchange.
I just moved into a house that had no landscaping, except the tulips.
I plan to fill the area with irises, they are my favorite plant.

Thanks!
Valerie


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RE: HAVE: Assorted unnamed iris

What color are your Irises?


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RE: HAVE: Assorted unnamed iris

HI
I have some daylilies to trade for some Iris.

Mary Todd, Stella Doro, Rocket City and Ruffled Apricot.

Let me know if you want a trade.

Thanks
Janice


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