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Re: Lilium canadense

Christa Royer wrote:
> Yes , B&D Lilies, Oregon, sells two sub species of this lily.  It is
> better to get some seed and start them.  I have ordered 12 bulbs total
> in two separate years and none of them have come up yet, yes I realize
> that they can lay dormant for a year or two after moving them.
> Christa
> croyer@fastrans.net
> John I. Jones wrote:
> > EVA THORN wrote:
> > >
> > > Does anyone sell mature bulbs of Lilium canadense?
> > >
> > > Eva Thorn
> > > Solon, Ohio, z5

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