Crocosmia bulbs

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Maggie

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I am looking for some Emily McKenzie crocosmia bulbs. Does anyone have any they would be willing to trade for some rain lily bulbs.
 

sunflower3

Member
I might has some , Mine are just starting to poke through the ground, and if there are babies on them I could send them to you, I will look today and see, I would love some lilies, I want to make a lily garden.
 

Maggie

New Member
Sunflower, I PM'ed you my address and if you will PM me yours I get you some in the mail. I don't put mine in the ground because I'm afraid they will freeze. I keep mine in a pot on my deck and in the fall I stick them under the house.
 

Jade

New Member
Sunflower, I PM'ed you my address and if you will PM me yours I get you some in the mail. I don't put mine in the ground because I'm afraid they will freeze. I keep mine in a pot on my deck and in the fall I stick them under the house.
I checked on the hardiness of that crocosmia...it is zone 6, should be fine in the ground in TN. I have some planted in my bed here and they overwinter fine.
 

Maggie

New Member
I checked on the hardiness of that crocosmia...it is zone 6, should be fine in the ground in TN. I have some planted in my bed here and they overwinter fine.
Sorry for the misunderstanding I meant to say the rain lily bulbs are the ones I have in pots. I do leave the crocomisa in the ground over winter.
 


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