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HAVE: Daylily seedlings, unusual forms and colors

Posted by naturesedge Zone 5 IL (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 2, 08 at 8:51

I still have several 2008 daylily seedlings to trade. These are two year old plants, grown from seed from my hybridizing program, and each will be different. No yellows, but I do have white with gold ruffles, purple, 'toothy' petals, purple, lavender, 'blue' eyes, bright true red, pink with lighter watermarks, etc. Both large and small flowers are available, would like to ship ASAP as I am cleaning out my seedling bed for next year. This was the best crop I have raised so far and I hate to give these babies to the cows!!
You can see pics of the ones I have raised in the past on my site at www.picturetrail.net search for naturesedge.
Would trade for bulbs, sedums, NO TROPICALS as I don't have room to winter them over, HARDY perennials.


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RE: HAVE: Daylily seedlings, unusual forms and colors

I am interested. You have mail!


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RE: HAVE: Daylily seedlings, unusual forms and colors

So this is my first post on this message forum. I'd be interested in taking some of these off your hands! I know it's an old post, but I figured I'd try :)


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