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HAVE: Named Daylilies for Japanese Irises

Posted by blacktulip_wi z4 WI (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 8, 06 at 22:07

I would like to trade named daylilies for Japanese irises. Might be willing to swap for Siberian and bearded irises as well. I have a large exchange list with many spider and UNF daylilies on it...please take a look! Thanks!
Bambi


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RE: HAVE: Named Daylilies for Japanese Irises

Hi,
Are you looking for named japanese iris? I have a few unnamed-a pure white and Iris Ensata-the red violet japanese iris. The white one I have is the same flower form as the Iris ensata. I would love to trade if you are interested.

Thanks
Trish


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RE: HAVE: Named Daylilies for Japanese Irises

Hi Bambi,

I am not sure if you are still looking for Japanese Iris, but I have several unnamed - I have pictures I can send.

I have the following siberians:
Pink Haze
Over in Gloryland
Snow Queen
Purple un-named
Blue Un-named

I have the following Louisiana Iris:
Black Gamecock
Cajun Sunrise
Unnamed Blue

I have the following Daylilies to trade:
Avante Guard
Call Girl
Changeable Silk
Father James Foster
Golden Compass
Magic kiss
Olive Alice Pauley
Roger mercer
Satinique
Serengetti
siloam Angel's voice
Sultan's Ruby

I am interested in the following daylilies:
BUTTERED POPCORN
GRAND MERCI
INDIAN GIVER
RED RIBBONS
STRAWBERRY CANDY
ANTIQUE ROSE

Let me know if you are interested in a trade.

Kathy


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