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WANTED: Have basjoo for a red type banana

Posted by chrisware 5-6 wv (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 21, 11 at 10:48

Someone last year traded me dwarf cav and ruby Siam for a basjoo. Saddly, the ruby Siam didn't survive. It was a little beat up in shipping, and slowly turned black.

I have a nice basjoo baby I can trade for a small well rooted red variety. It has been pot grown since last fall from a tiny pup I cut and is currently about a foot tall. I would love a Siam again, but would take any well rooted red variety which will do well potted and in my classroom during the winter.
Please email me if you're interested as well as posting here, so I'll be sure to see it.

Thanks a million,

Follow-Up Postings:

RE: WANTED: Have basjoo for a red type banana

HI, i have a really nice zebrina, it is making pups like crazy. Very pretty green with red marks.

If you still have basjoo pls let me know,.

RE: WANTED: Have basjoo for a red type banana

I still have basjoo. I am so sorry I haven't responded... I hadn't remembered to check the change page.

Just shoot me an email if you'd still like to trade because I'll be cutting out pups probably this week from a large potted basjoo before it goes in the ground.


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