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have: japanese ensata iris,'edged delight' and 'dream princess'

Posted by shar2926 z8 Or (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 22, 08 at 23:09

WOULD LIKE TO TRADE FOR OTHER JAPANESE, ENSATA IRIS .....OR WHAT EVER....SUCH AS SHADE PLANTS... FERNS, HOSTAS, LADY SLIPPERS, TRILLIAMS,& JACK IN THE PULPITS.
I AM ALSO LOOKING FOR EUPHORBIA CHAMELEON (HAVE EUPHORBIA CYPARISSIAS)


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RE: have: japanese ensata iris,'edged delight' and 'dream princes

Hi shar2926,
I'd love to trade. The only water iris I have are the native blue flag and psudocorus (sp?). But here is my trade list in case you see something else you like http://members.gardenweb.com/members/exch/catrina I also have some receint posts on the plant exchange forum which you can probably find pretty easily by searching the plant exchange forum with my name (catrina). These look like realy nice plants so I understand if you want to hold out for some other ensatas. Tell me, I didn't find a lot on these with a google search. They are water iris is that right? It looks like the edged delight is white. What color is dream princess. I live in z4 but my "water garden" is a tank in my greenhouse which I'd say is equal to about a z6. The water does freeze in the winter. They would be on a shelf and covered with water to about pot level. Do you think they would do okay in this situation.
Thanks for considering this trade.
Catrina


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