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WANTED: Tiny Gem/Madame Queen

Posted by Karan_in_Oregon Zone 8 Oregon (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 12, 05 at 9:51

Hi, I am looking for these two Begonias. I have plants of B.'Nile River', 'Lois Birks', and 'Cracklin Rosie' to trade.

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RE: WANTED: Tiny Gem/Madame Queen

Hi Karan,

I have young plants (propogated from leaf cuttings last fall) of Madame Queen, if you haven't found it yet.

I used to be on this forum a lot, but not for a very long time. I'm in the ABS, and the Buxton (Boston area) branch. I used to be the editor of our local newsletter. (just trying to establish credibility, as I probably "look" like a new member, just haven't posted in a long, long time.)

I also have some terrarium begonias - B. prismatocarpa, B. acetosa, B. foliosa and some adorable small unnamed rhizomatous types, if you're interested in doing a larger trade.

Are you into gesneriads at all? I also have a number of episcias, and some named AVs, too.

Let me know!

in Upton, MA now, but I already used up my one screen name change!

RE: WANTED: Tiny Gem/Madame Queen

Jane, yes I would be glad to trade. I am still looking for 'Madame Queen'. I do have the begonias except for Lois Burks. I have 2 streptocarpus that are blooming now. One is a deep purple small, and a lavender larger flower. I could send leaves. These are new plants for me. I do have 2 named chiritas spadiciformis and eburnea-x-hisako. These are also just small starter plants and only have 1 each, but could sendleaves.
I have a clerodendron thomsoniae seedling. I have an orange flowerd cane begonia that is almost everblooming for me. You are welcoome to email me directly if you like, Karan

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