Sprouted tropical waterlily tubers


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Feel free to put your feet up and dawdle round the ponds

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Many of the tropical waterlilies have spare sprouted tubers, likely to bloom given a month growing in a position they like

Looking for trades of interest for named varieties, hardy or tropical waterlily, iris, canna, daylily etc

Early new plants are good to go to locations with warm climates, 60's+ waters will see them take off at a steady pace.

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Regards, andy
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hah, Albert Greenberg tubers are being kicked out of the house! Get out! Go loaf in the mud! Get out some buds! Quit loafing!

Last chance to tempt some trades of interest!

Now if you wonder why I prefer tubers it is because they travel very well, reliable, tough as boots and they go from sprout to bloom in pristine condition in about a month. Plus you get multiple offsets which form new tubers for next Winter...

Unlike those terrible harsh root cropped grown out plants you might have heard some resellers fob off, that are likely to turn to mush, do plant shock, might take some months to never to grow even one measly tuber...

Regards, andy
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