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moretz
hickory, NC
(Zone 7a)

October 26, 2007
5:52 PM

Post #4126076

http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/t/784232/
Braveheartsmom
Hillsborough , NC
(Zone 7a)

October 27, 2007
4:52 AM

Post #4127952

Welcome Moretz, sorry I don't have any left - they were far too invasive and large for my little pond and I threw them all out.
moretz
hickory, NC
(Zone 7a)

October 27, 2007
4:33 PM

Post #4129036

man and i cant find any here lol
mistygardener
Saint James, MO
(Zone 6b)

November 3, 2007
3:14 AM

Post #4152476

You might try this:
http://www.anniesannuals.com/plant_lists/list_custom.asp?letter=L&type=Any&color=Any&water=Any&account=none&Submit=Display Results&lifespan=Any&availability=Show All&view=Pictures&sun=Any&catagory=Any&searchword=none&count=36&start=108
mistygardener
Saint James, MO
(Zone 6b)

November 3, 2007
3:15 AM

Post #4152482

Wow, the link actually worked! LOL Hope you can find what you are looking for there. I got this site from DG and have started looking through some of the cool stuff they have to offer! Good luck, Misty
moretz
hickory, NC
(Zone 7a)

November 3, 2007
12:27 PM

Post #4153076

they say they arent producing them yet but thxs for helping,i hope to get some before spring that way i will have some to see if i can get them to germinate thxs again


p.s. my computer is messing up so if i dont answer then you will know what is going on thxs
mistygardener
Saint James, MO
(Zone 6b)

November 3, 2007
1:33 PM

Post #4153214

Well I wasn't sure which you were looking for and I noticed that they did have at least one in production, so wanted to let you know. I'm not even sure what the Lotus are myself, but since I got this link I have been looking to see what all kinds of neat things they have. Good luck with your search, Misty
moretz
hickory, NC
(Zone 7a)

November 3, 2007
1:44 PM

Post #4153252

misty
thxs i have ordered from them and they have good plants but the shipping for me was exspensive lol but wanted to see what how their plants are and i do recommend them well i would like to have a plant but seeds will do the lotus is for a pond thxs again
mistygardener
Saint James, MO
(Zone 6b)

November 3, 2007
1:54 PM

Post #4153278

I, like you, would prefer to have the seeds as I know shipping would be too much on many plants. I looked on eBay last night for some of the tropicals, and just the seeds were outrageous! And they talked about how rare some of them are, when I know they can be purchased out of catalog's. If you find a good place to order seeds from, please let me know. I really do want to start in on a lot of tropicals for next spring as I hope to have my green house on the back deck by then! Thanks, Misty
moretz
hickory, NC
(Zone 7a)

November 3, 2007
2:01 PM

Post #4153303

http://www.seedman.com/
http://www.banana-tree.com/
http://www.tropicalseeds.com/
http://www.jungleseeds.co.uk/
http://www.barbadine.com/pages/tropical_seeds.htm.
http://seedrack.com/indexw.html?gclid=CKCVtfrqwI8CFQhtFQoddSVmYQ
http://www.hawaiian-tropical-flowers.com/tropicalseeds.html
i havent ordered from them except seedman.com but thought you might would want to check the others out and plmk how they are heheheheh. which tropicals are you looking for? plmk and thxs
mistygardener
Saint James, MO
(Zone 6b)

November 3, 2007
2:07 PM

Post #4153331

I will give these a look-see and hopefully find something I want. :) Or, maybe I shouldn't, but ya know how it goes! LOL I am looking for any type of tropicals I can get my hands on! I already have Cannas, and I have the hardy Banana Plants, but I want to fill my yard with tropicals next spring! I would love to be able to find seeds, or even cuttings, that I can start in the house so that they are ready to be planted out in the spring. And once I get my own started I can keep seeds or take cuttings and not have to bring them all in. Thanks, Misty
moretz
hickory, NC
(Zone 7a)

November 3, 2007
2:16 PM

Post #4153362

well maybe you can dmail me in the spring and i can help you out if mine survive during the winter, i will be able to send cuttings in the spring that is if they survive the winter lol because i am a tropical nut myself so dmail me back in the spring
good luck
and if you go on the tropical forum they might help you out now wouldnt hurt to try
mistygardener
Saint James, MO
(Zone 6b)

November 3, 2007
2:19 PM

Post #4153377

Thanks! I will send a dmail now so I will have you in there, this way I don't forget! I actually just wandered upon the tropical forum the other day and they are all just wonderful!
moretz
hickory, NC
(Zone 7a)

November 3, 2007
2:21 PM

Post #4153383

yes they have helped me i still need lotus seeds or plants but maybe i can get them in the spring but wanted the seeds now to do them in the winter lol but i can wait until spring if i have to because my gh and basement is full lol but do want brugs which i have some coming so i am very tickled right now and cant wait to get them i have room in the basement for the brugs though lol
mistygardener
Saint James, MO
(Zone 6b)

November 3, 2007
2:23 PM

Post #4153394

If I can get lucky enough for any tropicals I will MAKE ROOM! LOL
katiebear
mulege
Mexico

November 3, 2007
3:25 PM

Post #4153598

Hi - J.L.Hudson, seedsman usually has lotus seeds. He also has a lot of brug seeds, many treated with GA-3 which is supposed to improve germination. I like to read his catalog - lots of information and entertaining. He is listed here.

katiebear
moretz
hickory, NC
(Zone 7a)

November 3, 2007
3:36 PM

Post #4153637

lotus seeds/plants that i want go in the pond and thxs so much
katiebear
mulege
Mexico

November 3, 2007
4:17 PM

Post #4153761

He has both the water plant seeds and the tree seeds. Water plant is under nelumbo.

k.

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