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HAVE: Polka Dot & Tea Rose

Posted by kes_cor Z5 Chicago, IL (My Page) on
Sat, Oct 14, 06 at 14:18

I have starts of Polka Dot (Wightii) and Tea Rose. I have far more Tea Roses than Polka Dot. They are rooting in Oasis Florist Foam. The cuttings were done 3 weeks ago.

I am new to begonias so don't have any others. I would like to build up a stock of reliable performers!


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RE: HAVE: Polka Dot & Tea Rose

Hi.I just discovered fancy colored begonias the other night,lol,I spent an hour looking at them on a web site.I have no idea they were so cool looking or I would have had one by now.Are they hard to take care of inside?
Please look at my trade page,I don't have any begonias to trade but I have lots of other plants.If you don't want to trade,accept for another begonia I'll understand.I'd only want the Polka dot kind.PLMK.Thanks,Jody

RE: HAVE: Polka Dot & Tea Rose

I would be interested in both of these, and would take cuttings instead of rooted plants. I have lots of begonias and tropicals to trade. Please let me know if we can work out a trade. Thanks.

RE: HAVE: Polka Dot & Tea Rose

I'm interesting in both of them. I have dragon wing, angel wing, sophia. Please lmk if you want to trade by email address


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