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wanted: haworthias!�! agaves and aroids!

Posted by grabmebymyhandle 6 Kentucky (My Page) on
Fri, Dec 6, 13 at 0:53

I want to line up trades for this spring!
I'll be updating my list again soon, I have many unlisted c&s!
Help me rebuild my former collection!
It all perished in a freeze several years back, I'm finally ready to start over!

I really want more haws!
Gasterias too!
I'm fine with seeds, small pups, I can even root leaves if your willing to spare a few!
I have about a dozen types of them so I won't be picky, but most are too small to share, yet.

I also want more agaves!
I like all kinds, shapes colors and sizes!
I only have a few types if them as well so I'll take most any!

I'm always looking for more voodoo lilies, and elephant ears if you have one I don't!
Any interesting plant, just might interest me!

I'm a solid trader, with several references here, please check!

I won't be able to trade until after it thaws here, April or may.

I'll have lots of nice plants to offer!

Thanks for looking!


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RE: wanted: haworthias!�! agaves and aroids!

I have a few voodoo lillies :) and some italicum arum. I don't have any elephant ears so would be interested in any, don't need rare, just pretty works for me (and hardy to zone 8)


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