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have: have: bougainvillea cuttings well rooted 4' pot

Posted by osogrow Zone 9 (My Page) on
Wed, Jan 23, 08 at 21:11

Hello everyone,

I have tons and tons of plants and I am still looking for more.

5 Colors to choose from, most are thick cuttings well rooted and freshly cut back to form a 4"X4" plant ready for training as a Bonsai!

Thai Delight (White/Pink each bloom)
Miami Pink (Bright Pink)
Juanita Hatten (Dark Pink)
Elizabeth Angus (Deep Purple)
Possibly, Possibly, Blueberry Ice
(variegated leaves with purple blooms, some say bluish, not me though.)

Also might have some rooted SNOW BUSH ROSEOPICTA
in my experience these do very well as beginner bonsai's with the largest leaf smaller than a US Quarter. Have my personal plant trained down to nickel sized leaves. The plants color is hard to describe and extremely dependent on light source and exposure. Basically, the more light, the more white/pink the leaves produce. Very similar colors to the hawaiian tricolor hibiscus. Very trainable fast grower, does well in 60-70 degrees at my house.


I am looking for alot of things to be honest, I have been collecting alot of the euphorbia species so any of those other than milli would be of interest.

I have also been looking for orchids as my local botanical gardens has started a class on them.


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RE: have: bougainvillea cuttings well rooted 4' pot

Forgot to mention that I am looking for any japanese red maple rooted seedling, cutting, small plant.

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