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HAVE: Tons 'O Irises

Posted by ariesf5 z 7/7b (Athens, GA) (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 5, 06 at 13:10

Just dug up tons of Irises. The only problem is I do not know what color they are. They are from my mother-in-law's house that she just bought. She doesn't garden much, and really dislikes them. The rizomes run between .5" for the tiny off-shoots to 6" long for the large fans.
She wants Hosta. Will trade 4 fans for one eye of hosta. She also would like surprise lily...the red one. If anything eles comes to mind, just offer. I'll see what she likes..... Her big hosta desire right now is Capatin Kirk. Thanks.
Erin

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RE: HAVE: Tons 'O Irises

What kinds of hostas would you like? I have some lovely ones. I can use a ton of iris to fill in my new front bed. I sent you an email!


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RE: HAVE: Tons 'O Irises

Have no hostas for trade but will trade purple coneflowers for them on a one to one basis. coneflowers would be a mass of roots 5"-9" across for a good size rhyzome. Email is...deerkiller562000@yahoo.com


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RE: HAVE: Tons 'O Irises

I have a ton of variagated hosta, beautiful alrge leaf quick grower.. Might she know what color they are?

Laura


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