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HAVE: amorphophallus, calla lily, ornithogalums etc

Posted by cheerpeople 5a (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 15, 08 at 17:58

Have for trade:
first and second year amorph konjac
1st year amorph sauromatum venosum
20 # yellow calla lily very lg flowered- spotted leaves
20 ornithogalum saundersai
2 ornithogalum- pregnant onion ( huge) and many babies
3 forms of iceplant
and several gallons or cyperus papyrus, and variegated cat tail.
1 bird of paradise 3 yr old blue/orange flower type but hasn't bloomed this far north
loads of canna phaison/tropicanna
loads of canna louis cottin (dwarf dk leaf peach bloom)

Interested in something interesting like other amorphs, things that can dormant in the basement for a long zone 5 winter, hardy bulbs including orienpets...

trade policy on my member page.


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RE: HAVE: amorphophallus, calla lily, ornithogalums etc

Here's pics of sauromatum
this year's crop of sauromatum up for trade

up for trade or sale-amorphophallus konjac
ornithogalum saundersaie
ornithogalum sandersiae harvested today. The biggest ones bloomed and were moved out of the growing gardens into the gorgeous gardens, so they are not pictured here. These go from seed to bloom quicker here than calla lilies. Not hardy- .

calla lily yellow
20 lbs of bulbs about 3 yrs later. Calla lily are not hardy here. Seed started indoors when fresh fall of 05. After that summered outside and barebulb inside for winter. 10/6

papyrus and variegated cattail
5 ft tall including the pot by aug 16. Filling in. papyrus, canna 'Pretoria' and var. cat tail.

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