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WANTED: Peniocereus greggii

Posted by mingtea z9 Tucson (My Page) on
Wed, May 24, 06 at 2:07

i keep googling this plant and the blooms look spectacular! i know i can grow this one in tucson, so if anyone can spare a cutting, i'd sure love one.
i have cuttings of succulents, begonias and epi-cacti i can share.

-ming


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RE: WANTED: Peniocereus greggii

Ming-

Since you are in Tucson, you might want to check out Plants for the Southwest/Living Stones on Stone and Blacklidge. They usually have Peniocereus greggii and P. transmontanus for sale.

Regards,

cd


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RE: WANTED: Peniocereus greggii

I have this plant, what would you like to trade for it. I like Sansevieria,
I like miniature species of all kinds I love Crassula species and I lost most of my collection. Peniocereus greggii is not an expensive plant. Mine came from the Huntington Gardens, and I may have documentatiion for the plant. Thanks, Dufflebag


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Help with Peniocereus greggii

Hi everyone,

Today I found a small green worm burrowed inside my Peniocereus greggii. Does anybody know how to treat it? Thanks for your help.

Rose


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RE: WANTED: Peniocereus greggii

Hey Dufflebag, does Sansevieria cylindrica too big for you? I may have a small one if you would like to trade ;-)


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RE: WANTED: Peniocereus greggii

Hi Ming,
You might have the Peniocereus by now. But if not your almost neighbor Miles2Go in Cortaro is just offering both varieties of Peniocereus greggii in his new list and web-site. They are well grown seedlings.

Jordi

Here is a link that might be useful: Peniocereus greggii


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