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WANTED: Desert Milkweed, Passionflower and Peniocereus

Posted by MingTea z9 Tucson (My Page) on
Sat, Dec 17, 05 at 20:54

Hi folks,

i'm looking to redo the flowerbeds in front of my house. the people we bought from put some plants in there before we moved and i want to get rid of a few i think are inappropriate for the afternoon sun situation there.

i a looking for:
Desert Milkweed (Asclepias Subulata)
Passiflora edulis ('Frederick') or other edible passionflowers
Justicia californica
Peniocereus
...Whatever might do well in that location!

i have aloes, spider plants and asparagus ferns that i will be digging up and moving from that spot. also, some delosperma. i mostly have houseplants at the moment. i could trade rhizomatous begonia cuttings, various asclepiad bits, also various epiphytic/jungle cacti segments.

-ming


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RE: WANTED: Desert Milkweed, Passionflower and Peniocereus

I have passionflower seed. Could send you some if you send me a self addressed envelope.... interested? L.J.


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