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WANTED: Eastern skunk cabbage (symplocarpus feotidus)

Posted by thejosh626 5b (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 1, 14 at 5:04

I haven't completely finished my trade lists yet but have much more plants and cacti/succulents as well as house plants and randoms. If anyone even has some locally that they could dig up from a creek I will try to figure out a trade for you! Will supply postage if necessary. Please let me know! Also willing to trade for
Various types of bamboo esp. Incense, or black
Any cp plant
Any uncommon pothos or philo cutting

I have lots of lemon balm
A few extra tangerine seedlings and ugli fruit
Aloe
Dog tail cactus
Scented rose geranium abd pineapple sage
Pilea
Pothos and philo cuttings
Coleus
Other stuff not listed check out my list!


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RE: WANTED: Eastern skunk cabbage (symplocarpus feotidus)

Just curious... what will you do with the skunk cabbage plants?


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RE: WANTED: Eastern skunk cabbage (symplocarpus feotidus)

I was unfamiliar with skunk cabbage, so I looked it up. I have to say that that is a pretty cool looking plant. Lots of medicinal uses too.


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RE: WANTED: Eastern skunk cabbage (symplocarpus feotidus)

Lip balm I plan on putting a patch around my bog garden and growing a few around the gardens to deter critters. :)

Isn't it though? They are so cool and I'd put them to great use!


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