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HAVE: Bulbets... Excelsior oriental lily

Posted by anitadehoff Z8 Seattle/sunset 5 (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 8, 07 at 3:43


I'm putting out feelers for an autumn trade. A little bit of history, I got five of these lilies bulbs from John Scheepers fall 06, and I ended up scaling one whole bulb spring 07. I.E. I can't truly confirm that this is an "Excelsior" since I have never seen it bloom. The other four I planted haven't opened up yet either. I have 9 scales, each have 2 or 3 little bulbets with roots at this time. I don't have the stomach/nerve to break off/separate the bulbet from the scale, so I will mail the scale/bulbets intact for you to separate.

I am looking for bulbets of
black beauty
reddish orientals

Let me know what you think.

and tell me if posting like this (when ID hasn't been confirmed) is taboo

Here is a link that might be useful: Excelsior

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RE: HAVE: Bulbets... Excelsior oriental lily

hi, i have scarlet star la lily bulblets i can send you. it is a really pretty deep red color. let me know. kelly

RE: HAVE: Bulbets... Excelsior oriental lily

Hi Kelly,

I should have been more specific. I only have one type of LA and it's Red Label, so non red LAs would be ideal. Thanks for your response.

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