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WANTED: Any Iris, Any Color, Named or Not

Posted by fairview 8, McKinney TX (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 16, 09 at 13:12

Help landscape an eyesore. I about 500sft of high shaded/filtered shade area with just installed drip irrigation that I think would work for iris. I decided I'm tired of weed eating patches of grass and choking on dust. Right now it it mostly dirt. If anyone has more iris than they know what to do with and don't want to put them in the garbage, I will give them a good home. I'm not hung up on names. They don't even have to be separated. Just toss them in a box and I'll plant them as they come out of the box.

I have a few things to trade, check out my list.


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RE: WANTED: Any Iris, Any Color, Named or Not

I can send you all the iris you want. I like lilies and iris but they must be able to survive in zone 5. What colors and kinds of lilies and iris do you have. I could also do it for postage I can get about 25-30 in a flat rate (10.35) box. I just dug over 500 rhizomes and had a big sale, now I want to get the leftovers gone. I have several shades of purple and lavender, burgandy, yellow, white. and not sure what else is left. Also some dutch iris yellow ones and blue ones.

RE: WANTED: Any Iris, Any Color, Named or Not

Just wanted to update what bigtoad helped me with


Will be a definite improvement next year

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