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Posted by madabouteu 7b - northern Alabam (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 26, 09 at 15:57

I don't have a great deal right now, but have access to quite a bit that I can buy and then trade - some of it pretty unusual. That includes named daylilies (nothing unusual) and irises (ditto). Also, Gulf Coast Penstemon, and perhaps a few Tropical Milkweeds. A number of names cacti, also.

From my garden - seeds of a hardy Euphorbia commonly known as Mole Plant or Gopher Spurge, and clumps of Rose Obiedent Plant ( great hummingbird Plant!)

Kenneth (madabouteu)

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