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WANTED: stapelia/orbea/huernia

Posted by tracyl zone 6 IL/IN border (My Page) on
Fri, May 26, 06 at 5:05

HAVE TONS OF WOODLANDS- LARGE YELLOW MERRYBELLS, WILD GINGER,HEPATICA,WILD GERANIUMS,PULPITS,LARGE WHITE TRILLIUM,ETC.

ALSO HAVE PAW PAW, SASSAFRAS AND TULIP TREES.

SEE TRADE LIST FOR OTHER STUFF.

I HAVE A FEW STAPELIA I COULD TRADE. THE OTHERS ARE NOT LARGE ENOUGH YET.

TRACYL


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RE: WANTED: stapelia/orbea/huernia

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    simba-nj
    (gw:simba-nj) on
    Sat, Jun 3, 06 at 11:30

tracyl,
Are you interested in a stapelia gettleffi? Mine is about four or five inches tall, rooted.I'd like to trade for some trillium.
Cynthia


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RE: WANTED: stapelia/orbea/huernia

Hi, Tracy,
I have a stapelia, but I don't know if it is the one you are looking for. I don't know how to post a picture here, but I can email you a picture if you want me to. It grows similar to a rattail cactus and has a small maroon bloom. It is very pretty. I also have hardy cactus that has a very pretty bright orange bloom, it is in bloom now if you want me to send a picture. I am very very interested in getting a trade of your hen & chicks Kalinda and Ruby Heart. If you don't like the plants I have listed here, PLEASE look at my trade list and see if anything there interests you.
Kathie


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