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WANTED: Siberian and Japanese and beardless of any type

Posted by mmpquince 8La ( on
Wed, Oct 12, 05 at 14:32

I am looking for siberian and japanese and any beardless iris of any type (as well as daylilies) - while quantity is important to me - cultivar name is not - b/c I put them in area public parks and an area school. Just sent off two big boxes of plants this a.m. to members of our group - one of antique rose cuttings and the other of lycoris radiata - red spider lily as well as Medium purple La irises. Please see my list if anything is intersting enough for a trade.
also, pls see my trade list to see if anything else interests. Shreveport Zone 8


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