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WANTED: Stapeliad for Stapeliad

Posted by floridaflowerfreak Z9 FL ( on
Sat, Feb 11, 06 at 19:52

Hi all, I have been collecting these orchids of the succulent world for about three years now. I have accumulated about 20-25 varietys. i have lots of other succulents to offer also. anyone up for a package trade?

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RE: WANTED: Stapeliad for Stapeliad

I would be interested in any Stapelias, Huernias or Carrallumas but am new to the cactus universe.

Have S gigantea, grandiflora, Cristata Lemaireocereous Monostera, any number of Epi cuttings and many Orchid divisions for trade if any of this interests you.


RE: WANTED: Stapeliad for Stapeliad

i see you are from my home as i now live in tn,but i was born in lakeland fl and lived in miami,i would love to have some as i don't have alot ready right now but' i think i could dig up some rare voodo lilly's,as the cold is here and alot of my plant's are beding,do you havr any christmas cactus in yellow as i am ging nut's.and do you have starpalia as i do .well thank's,
go gator's

RE: WANTED: Stapeliad for Stapeliad

This is my first stapelia, got it a couple weeks ago without knowing the id until I browsed the net.

It's in a medium size terracota pot and I moved 10-15 babies to smaller pots.

Here is the pic. It has a small bud but not bloom yet. I would be glad to trade some cutting/perhaps rooted with other stapelia (gee, I'just know there's several variety our there).

Let me know. Thanks.

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