Jacksonville, FL(Zone 9a)

I'm looking for Lilies ... daylilies, asaiatic etc... I'm wanting to find a 'stuff the box' type thing... its been a few years since I've posted on DG... so any & all help is greatly appreciated

PS... looking for dark colors please...

This message was edited Feb 9, 2017 9:06 PM

South Lake Tahoe, CA(Zone 6a)

Our order from Holland will be arriving in early March.

Oriental lilies are:
Hotline (white with thin pink border),
Rio Negro ( Deep fuschia),
Paradero ( dark pink stargazer),
Serrano (Yellow Stargazer)
Sorbonne ( Light pink thin white border)

We also have hostas, peonies, and other perennials under snow.

Bulbs are:
Pink Champagne Daffodil (beige/apricot double)
Queensday Daffodl ( yellow/orange double)
Purple Sensation Ornamental onion
Schubertii Ornamental Onion

Let us know if you would like to trade.

Otway, OH(Zone 6b)

I never saw a yellow stargazer

Hampton, VA(Zone 7b)

SP Gardens - Do you still have these available to trade? I've got some orientals on the way as well, in addition to Amaryllis, Coneflower and Hydrangea..possibly some Cannas too

South Lake Tahoe, CA(Zone 6a)

Would like to trade.

Our Oriental lily bulbs are arriving on Thursday directly from Holland.
The other bulbs are available now.

Looking for cold hardy plants + bulbs

Jacksonville, FL(Zone 9a)

I have Orange Amaryllis Blossfeldae. .. being in NE Florida. .. cold hardy I'm not sure what all I have. I also have Crinum x powellii... light pink...

I have a bunch of both.

Hampton, VA(Zone 7b)

SP Gardens - I have several species of coneflower, 3 named types of Helleborus, hydrangea purple/blue, several named cultivars of Daylily. Also have several named Amaryllis, quite a few bulbs/rhizomes (snowbell, paperwhite, Canna, crocosmia). Might you be interested?

This message was edited Mar 2, 2017 12:56 PM

South Lake Tahoe, CA(Zone 6a)


You can find me at Babette's Garden on Facebook as well for a better description and photos of which plants/bulbs we can trade. Looking forward to you request.

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