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have: tuberose, rooted av leaves, setcreasea cuttings

Posted by julianna 7bAR (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 12, 12 at 20:58

Hi guys! I had to rearrange some of my balcony pots and just lifted by tuberoses which were too shaded. I also have some rooted AV cuttings from Wisteria and maybe Mark and Cricket. I also have some setcreasea I can clip for cuttings. It roots easily by just putting it in soil.

I am looking for large ostrich fern crowns, viola odorata plants (named varieties), other named violets, or species violets (I am a sucker for yellow!) (I have priceana, v. labradorica, v. sororia (regular purple)). Also interested in lavenders which are hardy to zone 5 (mine will be in exposed window boxes), hardy rosemary like Madeline Hill,alpine strawberry plants, or sagina subulata aurea (gold scotch moss).

Thanks!


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RE: have: tuberose, rooted av leaves, setcreasea cuttings

Oh! Also in love with lilies of the valley and would be happy to trade for those. :)


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RE: have: tuberose, rooted av leaves, setcreasea cuttings

Would you be interested in trading your tuberosa for some dutchman pipe vine plants? These grow good in pots on trellis.


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RE: have: tuberose, rooted av leaves, setcreasea cuttings

Hi, I have Lily of the valley. Would you be interested in trading for your tuberosa? Let me know.


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RE: have: tuberose, rooted av leaves, setcreasea cuttings

Hello! I'm new here so you may have to direct me in the proper way to do this.....I have beautiful hardy rosemary (will check tomorrow to see if I have the name) I'd be glad to trade for african violets.


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RE: have: tuberose, rooted av leaves, setcreasea cuttings

Sjackwheat-- I sent you an e-mail :)


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RE: have: tuberose, rooted av leaves, setcreasea cuttings

Hi. I live in a smalltown in Texas. I am
Disabled and don't get around well. I love African violets. But they are hard to come by here. If I find them on line shipping cost me an arm
And a leg! If you know of anyone that might have a few African violet leaves or babies they don't want. Please let me know. Thanks. God bless!


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RE: have: tuberose, rooted av leaves, setcreasea cuttings

I have many alpine strawberry 'mignonette' and some musk strawberries. I am interested in the tuber roses. How many do you have?


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RE: have: tuberose, rooted av leaves, setcreasea cuttings

Hi Jessie,

I don't have many leaves for trade at the moment and none are rooted. If you're still interested for postage, let me know.

Brownest_thumb,

I don't have any tuberoses left I think? This is from last fall and Jessie bumped it. I can check to be sure. It would be for postage as I don't need any strawberries.


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