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HAVE: Fragrant Pink Brug plants

Posted by hibrick Z8 HoustonTX (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 28, 06 at 3:20

I have several dozen well-rooted small plants of a fast-growing Pink Brugmansia. I don't know the name, but our original cutting reached 10 feet in two years, with numerous very fragrant blooms.

I also have a few extra plants of Suave.White and a Yellow brug. (Plus maybe a couple of others, if I search the greenhouses carefully.)

Would like to trade for other named brugs, in particular a Creamsickle plant.

I've had problems with some unrooted cuttings, so would prefer to trade for rooted cuttings or established plants.

I also have lots of other plants to trade, especially hibiscus & other tropicals.

Regards,

Rick (HibRick)

Here is a link that might be useful: Lone Star Chapter, American Hibiscus Society


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RE: HAVE: Fragrant Pink Brug plants

Rick,
I would love to have a pink brug plant...all I have is a cutting of a yellow brug I just planted...Not Rooting yet.
I can trade for a rooted night blooming jasmen(cestrum) fast growing and very intoxicating smell.
Thanks,
Glenda

My email: gperry101@yahoo.com


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RE: HAVE: Fragrant Pink Brug plants

I'd love to have a brug - I don't have any at all to trade, but you could check my list and see if I have anything else you like.
http://members.gardenweb.com/members/exch/moabmoni
Monica


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RE: HAVE: Fragrant Pink Brug plants

rick, hi! i have turks csp plant,Texas star hibiscus, jujuba seedling,conrflowers for a brug. thier just geourgeous.plmk,molly


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