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have: have: triphasia trifolia, otherwise known as limeberry

Posted by drasaid zone 8 (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 16, 07 at 8:57

It is a citrus, with small leaves and fruit. It will get nice gnarly bark and thorns. I have some seedlings of it I'd like to swap for Myrtus Ugni (ugni molinea, Chilean Guava), Luma Apiculata, Chilean Wintergreen, Thimbleberry, or hey tempt me. I like edible stuff.
Seeds are ok too; I'm going to ship this priority so it has to be seeds I want! thanks.
oh, I like new zealand tea tree as well . . .


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RE: have: have: triphasia trifolia, otherwise known as limeberry

Hi I live in Arkansas and I have been looking for limeberry.
I have many plants tropical and temperate, pre-bonsai, water plants, bamboo and much, much more.
Let's Talk!
Laura


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RE: have: have: triphasia trifolia, otherwise known as limeberry

  • Posted by jinenid zone 8 south AL (My Page) on
    Sun, Oct 21, 07 at 1:23

I have tried to grow these from seed, but with no luck. They have a very short shelf life! I don't have anything on your list, I have quite a few pre-bonsai if you are interested in a trade. Thanks, Jeff


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RE: have: have: triphasia trifolia, otherwise known as limeberry

Looking for limeberry. What do you want in return? Have herbs, gingers, bonsai rooted cuttings and seedlings.
Laura


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