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WANTED: sansevieria or other succulents wanted

Posted by weldin810 5 (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 4, 14 at 12:43

I would like some baby plants to be able to grow into adults. agave, sansevieria, crassula, kalanchoe, or some rare plants would be cool. I don't want the same sansevieria I have now, i believe it is a non variegated Sansevieria trifasciata.

All my plants i currently have are mostly immature & are not ready to be split yet. About all i have to offer would be a few different types of philodendrons & pothos including a silver spotted one Scindapsus pictus 'Argyraeus'. also some variegated spider plants.

I would be willing to buy, also interested if anyone can recommend any affordable & trustworthy websites to buy a variety of small plants from. I like to start small & grow them myself.


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RE: WANTED: sansevieria or other succulents wanted

weldin,
There are two places I bought from and was cheap with out being cheap. Bob Smoley who sells alot of euphorbas as cuttings and very cheap along with many other types. And Glasshouseworks.
http://www.bobsmoleys.com/euphorb.html
http://www.glasshouseworks.com/
Stush


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RE: WANTED: sansevieria or other succulents wanted

Thanks stush.. Now i'll have to try to decide what to get, Its like shopping when your hungry, never a good idea.


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RE: WANTED: sansevieria or other succulents wanted

Last I heard folks were not getting responses from Bob Smalley. I had heard last year he'd been ill.


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