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WANTED: Ficus - large cutting or 1-2 year old plant

Posted by Travis_M_99 (travis_m_9@yahoo.com) on
Wed, Apr 6, 05 at 23:36

I would like to start growing a ficus for bonsai, I have heard they make good subjects, and would like to know if it would be better to trade for one here or buy one(like Walmart or a Garden Store) and airlayer it or something...

I just purchased some Japanese Maple seeds and a few Chineese Elms, so when I get them I will be able to trade like 10 of each.

If you don't need the seeds I could send stamps or paypal plenty enough funds to cover shipping.

Ficus Benjamin or sounds like the most popular but if there is better one plz post it.


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RE: WANTED: Ficus - large cutting or 1-2 year old plant

I have tons of ficus retusa cuttings (most are) already rooted. I think that the they are a little mroe preferable than Ficus B.


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RE: WANTED: Ficus - large cutting or 1-2 year old plant

Great trigger0214 would you be willing to share the wealth? :-P Are you seeking any Maple seeds or oaks, or would you be willing to for just shipping?


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