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WANTED: Chirita tamiana leaves trade 4 episica Kee Wee cutting?

Posted by bgrow_gardens 9 (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 18, 08 at 22:55

I lurk around here quite often, so I thought I would just come out and see if someone out there might be willing to trade with me? I am looking for some leaves of this plant to grow. I seem to have pretty good luck with starting my A.V.'s from leaves. Unfortunately at this time, I do not have any named A.V. variety's. They are just pretty little noid's. (Some I just picked up just because I liked the foliage of the plant, or the blooms - (anyways they are pretty to me.) I have successfuly rooted a few A.V. leaves from my noid plants. So I am ready to make the leap of faith, and try my luck at this one. I do have an episica called 'Kee Wee' (My one and only so far.... I feel an addiction coming on...! ;) . I would be willing to exchange cuttings, or would happily send postage. If interested please let me know.
Thanks,
Barb


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RE: WANTED: Chirita tamiana leaves trade 4 episica Kee Wee cutti

Hi, I own this chirita.
Please write me I would be willing to send you a leaf or two for postage.
I love episcia but they do not do well for me in my greenhouse :(

-renee


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RE: WANTED: Chirita tamiana leaves trade 4 episica Kee Wee cutti

Thank you for the kind offer.
However, recently I found this plant at the local once a year african violet show. I bought one and it is starting to thrive along with my other violets.
Barb


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