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HAVE: Have roses, daylilies, and lillies

Posted by venessa z8 TX (My Page) on
Thu, May 8, 08 at 14:29

I am redoing my front bed and have a few things I want to find homes for.

2 seafoam roses
1 Veilchenblau rose
1 daylily I don't know what kind but it's red with a yellow center
some what I think are oriental lillies, they have buds know so won't be to happy about being dug up but should be okay for next year.

The roses are not big yet so should do fine.

I am hoping to find a bright pink yarrow and some short to medium growing spreading perennials.

I live in east Fort Worth.

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RE: HAVE: Have roses, daylilies, and lillies

Hi Venessa! I'm interested in your daylily. I have a lot of artemesia that's a medium-height spreading perennial. I could also get some lamb's ear, and I have several columbine which, while not spreading, do seed and send up babies. The former two are better in sun, while the latter likes shade.

I also have asian jasmine and algerian ivy, which are more like a ground cover but spread well. (The jasmine is actually pretty invasive.)

Are any of those of interest to you?

RE: HAVE: Have roses, daylilies, and lillies


I have some wedelia if you're interested; these can get invasive. Would like to try the roses or Oriental lilies.


RE: HAVE: Have roses, daylilies, and lillies

I've got a small, potted Nicotiana white sensation which is perennial. Would you be interested in a Firecracker vine (Rubiaceae Manettia cordifolia)? I'd like to trade for a seafoam rose. If interested, email me. Thanks. Robin

RE: HAVE: Have roses, daylilies, and lillies

Everything has found new homes. Thank you to everyone who posted here and emailed me privately. If I didn't get back to you I am very sorry. I have just been trying to get as much done outside as I can before it gets too hot.

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