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WANTED: Newbie, need more plants!

Posted by chel12vuk 6 (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 1, 13 at 21:58

Hey everyone, I'm new to the plant world and I really want to get a bigger collection of plants, I have a few I can take cuttings from to trade so take a look at my list. I'm pretty much open to anything that I don't already have to trade for. Let me know!! Thanks, Chelsie.

Do you still have ice plant cuttings for trade? If so here is my list let me know if anything interests you.

Thanks,
Chelsie

Aloe Vera
Christmas cactus-dark pink
Citrosa-citronella geranium
Geranium-red flowers
Jade
Lambs ear
Pachyphytum Oviferum-moonstones succulent
Sedum herbstfreude Autumn joy
Tricolor Sedum spurium
Variegated periwinkle


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RE: WANTED: Newbie, need more plants!

Have a look at my list. It is not up to date, but I might just have something you are looing for. Interested in your moonstone succulent.


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RE: WANTED: Newbie, need more plants!

hi chelsie, I am kind of in the same boat as you. would be interested in string of bananas and moonstones. as for succulents I have some Gollum fingers, string of buttons, donkey tail, and some kind of aichryon. and I have no idea how to go about the actual physical exchange of these things so be gentle ;) everything but the donkey tail I have cuttings I've already rooted in small pots I could exchange. and i'm just going to throw my email in here >>>>sradleye@gmail.com cause I am new to the site so who knows if I will find my way back here!


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