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HAVE: water hyacinth and a bamboo plant

Posted by ThomAZ phx (gardenguys@cox.net) on
Sat, Aug 6, 05 at 18:07

Hi,

I have a number of water hyacinth in my pond that need to be thinned out. Also a bamboo plant (about 1' in diameter) and about 1' tall. The bamboo is growing in the ground.

Am interested in trading for unusual types of agaves or other types of desert loving plants.

I live in North Central Phoenix.


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RE: HAVE: water hyacinth and a bamboo plant

Hi Thom,

I could use some water Hyacinth. Have some Octupus Agaves for trade... :)


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RE: HAVE: water hyacinth and a bamboo plant

  • Posted by
    Tyge Wellman North Phoenix
    (tygew@yahoo.com) on
    Tue, Apr 26, 11 at 18:22

I'd like some of those too. I have a yard and a pond with various plants. I have turtles and many fish. I'd LOVE some water hyacinth for my pond. PLEASE CALL ME ASAP!! 602-687-8627.

I'm also in need of any type of algae eaters, or mosquito fish; so if anyone wants to trade, give or sell them I'd appreciate it. Thanks tygew@yahoo.com

Here is a link that might be useful: Tyge Wellman


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