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WANTED: Any passiflora

Posted by jmclaurin Z7 NC ( on
Fri, Sep 16, 05 at 20:06

I live in NC and am curious if it will survive in zone 7. I would love to try it if anyone is interested in trading. Thanks.

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RE: WANTED: Any passiflora

Hi, I have a mature incarnata that is hardy here and some seedlings of caerulea started this spring that I can share with you. You do have a couple of things I would be interested in trading. Email me through GW if you are interested.

RE: WANTED: Any passiflora

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RE: WANTED: Any passiflora

Hi! I'm not sure if you're still looking for passiflora, but my mom is going to cut hers back for the winter (she's zone 9 so it hasn't really been too cold yet) because they're expecting frost anytime now. It's a monster (caerulea) and EXTREMELY easy, with really sturdy, showy flowers. These would be cuttings, not rooted, but as many as you want. I was just there yesterday and -- no kidding-- there's probably enough trades for 50 people. I don't have time to get them rooted, but you're absolutely welcome to as many cuttings as you want to increase your chances of success. I read your trade list and am interested in your Kwanso Daylily or your calla lilies. I know about the kwanso, but what colors are the calla lilies? I have a couple already and wouldn't want to duplicate, that's all. I don't care about their names. Let me know if you're interested in a trade! Congratulations on your cancer victory.

Amanda 'romando'

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