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WANTED: Rooted Brug Cuttings for trade

Posted by mantorvillain z4bMN Dodge (willbeane2000@yahoo.com) on
Sat, Mar 28, 09 at 20:39

I've carried rooted cuttings over the winter under lights and am thinking it's about warm enough I can try mailing them out for trades. I'm interested in rooted cuttings only, not fresh cuttings. the other things I would trade for would be 'different' alocasia or colocasia.

The cuttings I have for trade include:
Frosty Pink/Isabella (these have mixed up over the years
and I cant really differentiate between them even in
bloom)
Pink Masterpiece
Dr. Seuss.......this has been a challenge and i'm not
really sure I have any in the 'jungle' under lights but
did start some
Jean Pasco
Island Girl
Peach Versicolor
Southern Belle
White Sauvolens
White Cloud

I also started some Charles Grimaldi cuttings and some form 3 NOIDs which I can't identify til they bloom this summer....for future.

PLEASE NOTE: This offer is only for trades at this point, not for postage return...maybe later if I have any left after plant trades.

Mantorvillain (Will)


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RE: WANTED: Rooted Brug Cuttings for trade

Hi Will-
I recently found a pot of rooted cuttings that I started last fall- they are a beautiful noid with large flowers that are yellow and turn orange- very heavily scented & grows very tall- at least 7 feet high- would you be interested in trading with me? LMK!
Thanks-
Kasha77


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