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perennials potted from my gardens - $4 (Dayton/Huber Heights/Riverside)

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Daylilies-
Late, tall fragrant red, Short cherry, tall dark pink, short hot pink with white ribs, double short tomato red, ivory with purple eye, tall coral, ivory with huge dark purple eye, tall gold and orange with "shark's teeth" edge, small dark wine, and maybe more if I decide to dig up more from my many garden beds

Sedums "Live Forevers" -Short white, short lilac, Autumn Joy, Matrona--

Bulbs of "Surprise Lilies"/"Naked Ladies"--freshly dug up, plant in any soil, will sprout 2-3 foot stems with 6-9 flowers each in fragrant pink after a heavy rain the end of July/early August and reproduce very well. TWO stems will make a wonderful bouquet!---$2-$3 Also, bulbs of purple alliums for $1 which bloomed this spring and will bloom next year.

,Yellow primrose,, lilac and wine fall asters, pink coneflower, blue columbine, peonies, tall fall Heliopsis---all of these have never failed to return in my beds over the decades I have grown them and my soil is clay with no mulch needed.

All are potted.

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