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HAVE: Have to trade: Large yellow collected in Bolivia

Posted by orchidboy01 9b Orlando area (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 16, 06 at 17:57

Hi. I have another beauty to trade. This heliconia was collected in Bolivia by a good friend of mine in 1989. I believe it was 1,200 feet?(not sure) It gets about 5 to 6 feet tall. large banana puckered leaves. Flowers are tall upright lemon yellow. Have not been able to Id it. Maby a Hel.Ligulata? Blooms quickly from rhizome. Has now been blooming in my garden just outside Orlanso florida for 3 years. Email me. Swilliams25@cfl.rr.com Thanks Robert


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RE: HAVE: Have to trade: Large yellow Heliconia collected in Bol

Hi all, Just a short update on this heliconia up for trade. My friend thinks it is a Heliconia lingulata. Not the spiral form but the normal one. It starts out yellow and ages with orange red on the tips of it's keels. really cool. I have enough to trade maby 4 times. Looking for other heliconias? or other neet plants. Thank You, Robert


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RE: HAVE: Have to trade: Large yellow collected in Bolivia

do you have any left to trade. Please check out my plant and seed list and see if we can make a trade.

Here is a link that might be useful: GardenPatch


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