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HAVE: Norfolk Pines and T. peruvianus cuttings

Posted by wavespell Birmingham, AL (My Page) on
Sun, May 26, 13 at 10:09

My Norfolk Pines are so tall that I can barely fit them in the door. They are well over 6 feet tall, more like 7 feet tall. Never been trimmed. Very healthy plants, and they seem to grow best in a slightly shady area. Most people like them around Christmas time.

I also have some rare cacti from Peru whose name is Trichocereus peruvianus. They do well from cuttings, especially if you mix planting soil and vermiculite together. Rarely needs water. Will survive down to 25 degrees F. Length of cuttings averages about one foot. Also, I can send bare rooted cacti as well. I can't ship the Norfolk Pine, so hopefully you live close by. I can deliver if mileage is paid. Also, I have quite a collection of Thanksgiving and Christmas cacti.

For exchange, I am open to ideas. I love cacti, and I would love some Asters. Any perennial I would love to hear about.
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RE: HAVE: Norfolk Pines and T. peruvianus cuttings

wevespell, I live in Birmingham. I sale and trade plants. I have lots of all types of plants. If you want to trade, bring your plants and we will trade. You will have to pay your own mileage. Check my trade page and you will see a few of the plants I have to trade. My daylillys are just starting to bloom. I have hundreds. If you want to trade EMail me and I will give you address. I am 15 mins. from downtown.

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