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HAVE: Old Fashioned Purple Iris

Posted by Meg_Va 7 (My Page) on
Sun, May 8, 05 at 19:56

Anyone one in need of this bi-toned beauty? I dearly love this plant but she spreads faster than any other iris that I own.
Hummer, if you can LMK when the Master Gardener's sale in Roanoke is planned for, I'll gladly donate tubers to the event!
Pick-up only. Roanoke, VA.
Please respond to this thread rather than emailing me privately. It is much easier for me to to keep things organized.
Meg :)


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RE: HAVE: Old Fashioned Purple Iris

Hello, Meg! I would like some. Is there a particular toadlily you might want in exchange? I have several types (T. hirta and T. h. 'variegata', a little low on that one, T. Miyazaki hybrids, and T. 'Hatatogisa' & T. 'Sinome' which I am unable to tell apart until they flower). I have an over abundance of sunflowers (of the perennial variety) including (but not really identifiable by me...sorry) Helianthus maximilliana 'Sante Fe' & 'Lemon Yellow', H. giganteus 'Sheila's Sunshine, H. angustifolius 'Mellow Yellow', H. simulans, H. flore-pleno, and H. 'Lemon Queen' (and possibly some interbred seedlings).

I have some things all ready potted (and as yet unclaimed) for the MAG swap this coming weekend (panic! panic!) that I could bring or you could do a shovel tour here. If so, the weeds weren't here before, honestly. Let me know.

Thanks, Kent


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RE: HAVE: Old Fashioned Purple Iris

I would be interested in some of the iris. I have a trade list if you would like to look at it, the link is below or copy and paste this: http://www.geocities.com/virginia_garden23047/

Here is a link that might be useful: Virginia Garden


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