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WANTED: Pollen trade - Holiday Cactus/Epi cactus

Posted by karen99 WI Zone 5 (My Page) on
Sun, Jan 5, 14 at 13:05

It's too cold here to trade cuttings but I was wondering if anyone would like to trade pollen.

I'm interested in pollen from ANY jungle cactus, Schlumbergeras (Christmas and Thanksgiving cacti) as well as Easter cactus and epi cactus since I am curious about hybridizing.

A lot of my plants are finishing up their blooming but what I do have to trade:

True Christmas cactus (lots of buds still opening)
Thanksgiving cactus - unknown varieties - ordinary magenta and white and purple

Most of my plants have a second small bloom in late winter so I will have more pollen to trade then.

I would also be happy to trade cuttings once the weather warms up. I have true Christmas cactus and several varieties of Thanksgiving cactus, as well as some young plants I have grown from seed, mostly Christmas/Thanksgiving cactus crosses. Some have flowered, some have not yet, several of them had very pretty flowers.

This post was edited by karen99 on Sun, Jan 5, 14 at 15:42


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RE: WANTED: Pollen trade - Holiday Cactus/Epi cactus

Karen99,
I would love to trade pollen/cutting with you. I clicked on your page and I cant email you. You can email me if you want to.
Grantgarden2


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