mksmth (Mike)

karyn1(7a)May 4, 2012

Hi Mike. I had to post here because you don't have your email listed on your member page. I just saw that you want some cuttings. I can send them unrooted or you can wait for them to root. I already have them potted up but if you want to try rooting yourself it's not a problem to unpot them. They haven't started rooting yet. They don't need to be mailed Priority and I might be able to use a padded mailer instead of a box so postage shouldn't be more then a few dollars. I'm in MD. Let me know. My email address is listed on my member page.

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mksmth zone 6b Tulsa Oklahoma(6b)

Hey Karyn

Im sorry i meant to mail you earlier then I found one locally. I think Ill see how well I take care of this one before i get to deep into it.

Thank you sooooo much for the offer though.


    Bookmark   May 4, 2012 at 3:35PM
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Glad you found one. I'm not really much for adeniums from cuttings because my favorite part is the enlarged caudex and cuttings won't develop one. There's a local nursery (where I get my pots) and the owner likes the clones so I trade them for merchandise. He also likes brugs, passifloras, hoyas and a bunch of other stuff that I grow and always have extras. I hope your new plant grows well. Try not to kill it with kindness and I'm sure it will do great. Sometimes benign neglect is the best way to care for a plant.

    Bookmark   May 4, 2012 at 6:10PM
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