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WANTED: Have epiphytes

Posted by art777 34984 (My Page) on
Tue, May 3, 05 at 23:04

Is anyone here interested in trading for some epiphytes?You can pot them.or plant them-they flower,and travel eell-you can grow them without soil-all they ever need is an occasional sprimkle.Look them up on google! I have access tp lots!!!being a Florida resident....They look like small spineless yuccas-and usually grow to 10" across and height about 10"...They flower too.What would you like to trade?They really are an interesting novelty in the North or Midwest.They never die-and if ignored-flourish!.....Marilyn

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