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WANTED: Seeking Swedish Ivy

Posted by rachels.haven 5b/OH (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 7, 14 at 22:26


This is for when the weather warms up in a month or so (today it was -6 Fahrenheit here...blah). I'm looking for Swedish Ivy, preferably not variegated, but I supppose I could go either way.

I have available for trade, cuttings of: Pothos Golden, Pearls n Joy, and Marble Queen,
a small jade, green philodendron, a satin pothos (a little cranky) and several varieties of african violet that, because this isn't the african violet forum, I'm going to make you ask me about if you're interested(naming them all would take a lot of space and be a little embarrassing).

If you have what I'm looking for and you see something you like let me know, either by post or email. I can use this time to start cuttings rooting. That way you might just have a teeny, tiny plant instead of just a teeny, tiny cutting.


Follow-Up Postings:

RE: WANTED: Seeking Swedish Ivy

Rachel, I have some Swedish ivy that I could trade in the spring. Send me an email.

RE: WANTED: Seeking Swedish Ivy

I have two types of sweedish ivy I can trade. Plectranthus coleoides "Nico" and Plectranthus verticillatus Whorled Sweedish Ivy.
Send me an email!

RE: WANTED: Seeking Swedish Ivy

Hi, I have plectranthus australis to trade. if interested, let me know. also anyone else that has different swedish ivy that would like to trade with me, let me know, please. thanks, have a great day!

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