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HAVE: Epiphyllum 'Grace Ann'

Posted by radiantjade SD, CA 10 (My Page) on
Mon, Jan 31, 11 at 23:44

My potted Epi tipped over and 2 pieces broke off. I will cut off one extra piece, so you can start a nice pot with 3 pieces in it. "Grace Ann" has XL beautiful purple flowers. The stems on mine are wide with a slight pink edge.

There is a pic on this site if you do a search under Cacti & Succulents, and search for "epiphyllum bloom"
Or try link below to get to the same pic:

Check out my trade list.

Here is a link that might be useful: epiphyllum bloom

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RE: HAVE: Epiphyllum 'Grace Ann'

If no one posts with anything more impressive I have basil seeds.

RE: HAVE: Epiphyllum 'Grace Ann'

Hi Steezeven,
Well, I can trade with you. Your offer for basil seeds is the only offer I got, so the epi cuttings are yours.

There are a couple of other seeds I am interested in also on your trade list: Giant sunflower, & Straight 8 cucumber, (maybe p.w. pumpkin)
Please e-mail me.

RE: HAVE: Epiphyllum 'Grace Ann'

I was sent to your posting bu jade_man...

I don't know if you may have any cuttings left or could make any, But I have been looking for a colorful epi.
From your trade list, I do have the purple oxalis with the pink blossoms I could trade you. I also have the hardy heavily lobed ones with pink blossoms which grow outside here in zone 5b. also have green and white, but those weren't on your list.
If you're interested please e-mail me:


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