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HAVE: palm tree, oleander and more

Posted by Montrose_Farms 5 (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 17, 12 at 9:46

Hi.

I have the following healthy tropical plants available:

5' palm tree
double pink oleander
red hibiscus
purple "Moses in the cradle"
blue jacaranda
Mexican lilies - one pink, one fragrant white
3' cactus
unknown white flowering plant

I'm trying to reduce my number of tropical plants, but I would be interested in trading for plants hardy to zone 5.

Please let me know if you're interested in anything. Thanks!


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RE: HAVE: palm tree, oleander and more

I am interested in your Jacaranda, provided it is big enough to ship. Email me if interested in any of the following - I have one plant of each, except the Crocosmia:

Sabal minor 'McCurtain'

Colocasia Gigantea

Magnolia grandiflora

Passiflora incarnata (white bloom)

Crocosmia (orange blooms)


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RE: HAVE: palm tree, oleander and more

I am interested in your oleander. Please check my trade list to see if there is anything for which you will trade.


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RE: HAVE: palm tree, oleander and more

Ooooo, you have lots of nice things on your list! Trying to ignore the shell ginger, which I LOVE but is a tropical up here: I'm trying to reduce my number of tropicals.

I could use some tiger lilies and/or lily of the valley, though: perennials are much easier to over-winter than tropicals in zone 5. ha!

This double pink oleander is so pretty. I'll miss it, but since it would have to share indoor space with my chickens, it's better for it and them to find it another home.

:-)


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