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HAVE: Euphorbia Lactea White Ghost cutting aka Dragon Bones

Posted by ken_ny Z10FL (kenr64@comcast.net) on
Tue, Jan 3, 12 at 9:15

Well rooted plant about 14" tall growing in a 2 1/2" pot would like to trade it for a similar or larger size Austrocylindropuntia subulata aka Opuntia subulata aka Eve's Needle Cactus I would also consider trading it for a decent sized lycopodium squarrosum


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RE: HAVE: Euphorbia Lactea White Ghost cutting aka Dragon Bones

I have a rooted eves needle but its only about 6 inches. are you interested?


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RE: HAVE: Euphorbia Lactea White Ghost cutting aka Dragon Bones

seems like a lopsided trade - the white ghost has now started to branch... do you have anything you can add to sweeten the trade a little?


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RE: HAVE: Euphorbia Lactea White Ghost cutting aka Dragon Bones

well i now have a couple of larger eves needles. but i have water plants, succulents, some hoya carnosa "well rooted" foot long vines. I have several spider plants, jews, rainbow jew, variegated cuban oregano. does any of this interest you? what do you grow? i have an euphorbia evansie that is about a foot tall and extremely well branched.


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