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Have dwarf evergreen white plumeria

Posted by keiki 10 FL (My Page) on
Mon, May 2, 11 at 8:18

I have lots of cuttings of this unique plumeria. I am looking for:

ditch lilies
amaryllis not red
agapanthus especially white
aristolochia fimbriata
black surnam cherry
michelia figo
hedychium vanilla ice
aglaia odorata
alstoemeria's that like heat
named orchids
edibles I don't have
hand made items
things for my chicken coop
chicken related items
I can be tempted with anything fragrant, edible or beautiful that does well in zone 10.


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RE: Have dwarf evergreen white plumeria

I have a reddish orange amaryllis I would trade for some of your dwarf white plumeria cuttings or I have alstromeria that grows in full sun here. Let me know.


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RE: Have dwarf evergreen white plumeria

I would love some~sending you an email!


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RE: Have dwarf evergreen white plumeria

Hi,
I sent along a email.
Thanks,
Karen


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RE: Have dwarf evergreen white plumeria

hello, i would love to trade for a cutting, I just received some pineapple tom. from tom. and morg., i also have a purple/limegreen orchid, i could send a piece. please let me know.
thank you very much
nicky


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RE: Have dwarf evergreen white plumeria

UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE

I am only offering the plumeria cuttings at this time!!! Please disregard my trade list, it was a harsh winter here.


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RE: Have dwarf evergreen white plumeria

I would love a cutting of your white plumeria. What types of handmade items are you looking for? I sew a lot and have an embroidery machine.....


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