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HAVE: Queen of Night for Dragon Fruit-White (Pitaya)

Posted by meixue 10 CA, Bay Area (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 5, 14 at 13:38

Hi I am looking for Whte fleshed Dragon Fruit plant cuttings. If anyone has some I can trade for the below items:

epiphyllum oxypetalum: Queen of the Night
The cuttings will come from a well established
already flowered mother plant. Very fragrant
huge white blooms.

epiphyllum anguliger:Ric Rac cactus
Mother plant is medium sized. 2 year old plant
has not bloomed yet. Leaves are an eye
catching piece because of their cute ric rac shape.

Strawberry Guava tree
White Fig cutting
Strawberry Fig Cutting


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RE: HAVE: Queen of Night for Dragon Fruit-White (Pitaya)

Hey.. I am looking for the Queen of the Night flower, but unfortunately beig a new gardner, I dont have anything to trade. Would you mind doing a SASE?


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RE: HAVE: Queen of Night for Dragon Fruit-White (Pitaya)

What is the name of the white and strawberry figs?


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RE: HAVE: Queen of Night for Dragon Fruit-White (Pitaya)

  • Posted by meixue 10 CA, Bay Area (My Page) on
    Wed, Mar 5, 14 at 0:37

Hi,
Kitabi: Sorry I do not need any seeds at this time.

Lindamarie: I do not know the varietal names of the figs as they were given to me by someone who just said one is a white fig (green skin and white very sweet flesh inside) and the other fig is just called a strawberry fig because its got light green skin and pink inside, sweet but not as sweet as the white fig.


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