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HAVE: Trade VooDoo Lily Bulbs / S. Venosum For ???

Posted by dethcheez SoCal Zone 10 - 11 (My Page) on
Fri, Jan 16, 09 at 5:23

I have a few extra Sauromatum Guttatum / Venosum bulbs I'd like to trade for other Corpse Flower / VooDoo Lily bulbs of similar size or trade multiple for a larger bulb / Other then Amorphophallus Rivieri / Konjac (Although I would accept it... LOL)...

I Have~
4 Small ~ About pea size
3 Small+ ~ About the size of a Hazel nut
See Link Below For Photo / Actual 7 bulbs being offered

Would also consider trading for other unusual, odd, weird, bizarre, ??? or carnivorous plants...
Preferable plants that would do good in a warm, high humidity greenhouse...
LMK what you have...


Here is a link that might be useful: Photo Of Bulbs

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RE: HAVE: Trade VooDoo Lily Bulbs / S. Venosum For ???

I don't know if this would suit your needs but I have some mid size Peruvian Daffodil bulbs. That I would gladly trade for a couple of your small+ size bulbs. The colour is white and the smell is heavenly! Around here they are also called Spider lilies.
Thank you,
I'll also email you.

RE: HAVE: Trade VooDoo Lily Bulbs / S. Venosum For ???

I don't have bulbs but I have blackberrys and roses for trade thanks

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