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HAVE: Fall 2008 Swap - Here is my List & Swaps

Posted by tsmith2579 Z7B/8A-Alabama (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 20, 08 at 22:26

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ANGEL TRUMPETS - BRUGS
Butterfly (pink with recurved, spidery-like tips on bloom versicolor pink
Charles Grimaldi yellow, one bloom perfumes a yard
******************Hardy banana trees*******************
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Musa Basjoo - Hardiest banana tree
Musella Lasiocarpa (3) yellow lotus blooming banana ************************HIBISCUS***************************
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Malviviscus arboreus - Two year old plants, were pruned back for winter storage in greenhouse. Some bloomed in 2007 - cut and paste to see pix.(http://www.fp.sfasu.edu/jamesvankley/PineywoodsPlants/Eudicotyledons/Malvaceae%5Cmedium_Malvaviscus_arboreus3.jpg)
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Hardy hibiscus seedlings - Mixed Varieties - Mostly pink & red
********************WISTERIA*******************************
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4 silvery-purple-lavender wisteria 3 gal pot (3 ft tall)
**************Elephant Ears*****************************
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Illustris - green with black veining
Alocasia macrorrhiza - large plants
Blue Giant - teal green leaves and stems-small starter plants which grow fast
Elepiao - variegated stems and leaves
Xanthosoma sagittifolia
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Trades Pending
TO WAYNE - musa basjoo, blue giant EE.
FROM WAYNE - Var. Lace cap

TO LYNN - colocasia lauterbachiana - 1
TO NELSON - colocasia lauterbachiana - 3


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RE: HAVE: Fall 2008 Swap - Here is my List & Swaps

I have a pot of colocasia Black Magic elephant ears someone may want. Let me know. I also have an indoor gardenia plant that blooms all year with single, fragrant, white flowers.

Terry


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