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HAVE: Lots of Cacti/Succulents/Bonsai for sale!

Posted by whodunit_cactiman (My Page) on
Sun, May 29, 11 at 11:51

I am severely cutting back my plant collection and selling most of it, so here is what I am starting off with to sell. If you are interested in any of this, please feel free to either e-mail me or text (don't call) me at 614-940-6679 to inquire on prices. I am going to have better prices than you are ever likely to see again, and the more you buy the less plants will cost. I will entertain the idea of plant trades if you have something of interest to me. Also if someone would do $300 for the lot I would do that just to make this process faster than piecing it all out. At $300 that's 4 dollars a plant for 75 plants, there are a few worth less than 4, but many are worth much more, some of the containers cost more than that. I also have many unlisted cacti seeds if that would interest you, and of special interest to someon I'm sure, I have several Welwitschia mirabilis seeds.
Adromischus affschuldtianus
Adromischus mammillaris
Adromischus triflorus
Adromischus undulatus
Alluaudia dumosa
Aloe rauhii X sinkatana
Anacampseros namaquensis
Anacampseros nudens
Aloe jucunda
Aloe "Quick Silver"
Aloe taurii
Beaucarnea guatemalensis
Bursera fagaroides
Clivia miniata
Copiapoa humilis
Crassula arborescens "Blue Bird"
Crassula muscosa v. cristata
Echinocereus gentryi "Purple Flowered"
Echinopsis veridiflorus
Euphorbia greenwayi
Euphorbia "Horns"
Euphorbia moratii
Euphorbia pseudoglobosa
Ferocactus "Barrel Cactus"
Fockea natal
Gasteria armstrongii
Gasteria croucheri
Gasteria pseudonigricans
Gasteria spp. "Cow's Tongue"
Gasteria verrucosa "Narrow Leaf Form"
Gymnocalycium bruchii
Haemanthus albiflos
Haworthia reticulata v. ambigua
Haworthia ubomboensis
Haworthia variegata from Bredasorp, South Africa
Haworthia venosa v. tessellata
Haworthia willowmorensis
Huernia schneideriana "Red Dragon"
Hylocereus undatus
L. spp."Gilla Monster"
Mammillaria glassii
Mammillaria prolifera v. haitiensis
Mammillaria spp. from Oaxica, Mexico
Monadenium montanum
Morawetzia sericata
Notocactus leninghausii
Notocactus roseflorus
Opuntia spp. "Tall Tail"
Ornithogalum longibracteatum "Pregnant Onion"
Pachypodium brevicaule ssp. leucoxanthus
Pachypodium cactipes
Pachyveria compactum X migiana
Phyllobolus sinuosus
Protasparagus densiflorus myersii
Rebutia pulvinata from Escayachi, Bolivia
Rhipsalis floccosa ssp. pulvinigra
Senecio tuberosa
Stapelia gigantea
Trichocereus spp.
Trichoderma bulbosum
Also I have 3 or 4 cold hardy Sedums, a cold hardy opuntia, and a cold hardy Leptocaulis.
If you are interested in garden plants at all I have award winning pumpkin seeds, heirloom tomato seeds, and various herbs.

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RE: HAVE: Lots of Cacti/Succulents/Bonsai for sale!

How much for aloe quick silver and Pachypodium cactipes?

RE: HAVE: Lots of Cacti/Succulents/Bonsai for sale!

  • Posted by Erylyn 5 Colorado Front Ran (My Page) on
    Sat, Jun 4, 11 at 11:37

I'm definitely interested in these:
cold hardy sedums
" " opuntia
" " Leptocaulis
Aloe taurii
Crassula muscosa v. cristata
Ferocactus "Barrel Cactus"
Gasteria armstrongii
Gymnocalycium bruchii
Haemanthus albiflos
Haworthia ubomboensis (never met a Haworthia I didn't like...)
Haworthia variegata from S. Africa
Haworthia venosa v. tessellata
Haworthia willowmorensis
Huernia schneideriana "Red Dragon"
Mammillaria glassii
Morawetzia sericata
Notocactus leninghausii
Rebutia pulvinata
Trichocereus species you may have
Trichodiadema bulbosum (trichoderma are a type of fungi)LOL!

I've just moved to Colorado and have an acre of dead grass. That's it. I'm a Master Gardener and plant hyb/breeder, and had to leave behind a large cacti-succulent-plus 2300 other plants, so I have got to get started somehow!

Hope to hear from you soon!

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