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HAVE: Rare seed-grown Ficus destruens

Posted by philofriend z5 Central MO (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 25, 10 at 10:46

I grew these from seed. Native to Australia. Immature leaves are fuzzy and orange, maturing to dark green. These are about 7 months old and in 4-inch pots. Plants are around 8-inches tall. I have kept them in smaller pots to reduce their growth. Very healthy with great root systems. A couple have big caudex bases. Have been hardy and easy to grow. I have them outdoors with morning to noon sun and afternoon shade. Can send photos if you send me your e-mail. Prefer to trade for other rare Ficus species, Aroids (such as Philodendrons and Anthuriums), Euphorbia or Agave. I would also consider other plants. I hope to find some of these a home before winter.

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RE: HAVE: Rare seed-grown Ficus destruens

  • Posted by stefpix 6b NY [Brooklyn NY] (My Page) on
    Mon, Sep 6, 10 at 1:34

I am interested.
Have seeds/seedlings of Ficus religiosa and Ficus benghalensis.

Also cuttings/ seedlings of Epyphillum, Opuntia ficus indica

email me stefpix at g m a i l dot com

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