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HAVE: dyckia

Posted by marie_ga z7b/8GA ( on
Mon, Apr 23, 07 at 10:41

It is burgundy and thornless. Do not know scientific name. If interested, make an offer.

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RE: HAVE: dyckia

Well, I have tons of house plants to share. I have african violets and begonias and lots of seeds as well. I really really need some cactus. Wanna trade?

RE: HAVE: dyckia

I would like your dyckia. I have 3 other kinds of dyckias--all have thorns. My burgandy one has the worst thorns. I have many plants that I collect. Sansevierias are my thing right now. What are you interested in finding?

RE: HAVE: dyckia

please e-mail me at

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