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WANTED: White or Black Bat flower seeds

Posted by NeonCactus none (My Page) on
Thu, May 9, 13 at 10:26

Let's try this again :p apparently I didn't have my account enabled to receive e-mails from members. Still getting used to this haha. I'm specifically interested in this plant, but will accept other offers. Hopefully when my fern cactus gets bigger I will have those cuttings for trade as well. I forgot which user notified me about my profile, but thank you!!!!!

ponytail palm
echeveria pulvinata
orchid cactus cutting (rooted)
kalanchoe (multiple varieties)
ruellia cutting

Let me know what you have!

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RE: WANTED: White or Black Bat flower seeds

I have a black bat, but it doesn't bloom this time of year so there are no seed pods now.
Depending on what variety/color of epi you have, I might be interested in setting up a trade down the road after it blooms. I have many varieties of epies, so I'd be interested in a named variety in color.

RE: WANTED: White or Black Bat flower seeds

I have a red flowering epi, and is around 15+ years old. The fern cactus produces white flowers, but it hasn't flowered for me yet. I got it last year so its still growing and settling in.

Here's a pic of it. I pruned it pretty heavily this year since it had a bunch of battered branches from my move from Kentucky to South Carolina.

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