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HAVE: Bright-orange blooming

Posted by pineywoods 8a TX (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 22, 08 at 20:06

Bright-orange blooming. I do not know the name of this cactus, but it looks hundreds of worms hanging over the side of the pot. Cold tolerant here in 8a.


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RE: HAVE: Bright-orange blooming

i'd be interested. what are you looking for in trade ?

miss daisy


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RE: HAVE: Bright-orange blooming

Hi, if you still have this plant please e-mail me at jolly_rancherscream@hotmail.com


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RE: HAVE: Bright-orange blooming

Hi, do you have any of this cactus left and if so, would you be willing to trade for postage? Thanks, JOel.


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RE: HAVE: Bright-orange blooming

Hi, If you have any cuttings left see my trade list.

Nick


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RE: HAVE: Bright-orange blooming

Frances/pineywood, I sent you e-mails. I wonder if you received any them since I got no respone.

I'd like to follow up our trading plan. Hope you are all right.

Let me know and Have a great day.

meli


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RE: HAVE: Bright-orange blooming

Hello I am interested in trading with you please email e at shreety@frontiernet.net thatnks


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RE: HAVE: Bright-orange blooming

Francis, thanks for the package. It looks like peanut cacti.

Have a great spring.

meli


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RE: HAVE: Bright-orange blooming

Hi..I am probably too late but it is worth a try to inquire about what is sprobably is a peanut cactus, I would gladly offer a small blue agave cactus in exchange. Thanks, Jeff


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