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HAVE: Snake Plant

Posted by plantman71 7b/8a (tcm6641@yahoo.com) on
Sat, May 18, 13 at 14:13

I have Sansevieria Cylindrica - round snake plant.
I am looking for Monkey tail cactus, Named Elep. Ears, named large type hosta, or large leaf shade plants.
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RE: HAVE: Snake Plant

Would you be interested in some Dinosaur food (Gunnera Manicata ) seeds or plant? ( i can start the seeds, and send it early) Gunnera can have up to 8 foot leaves, so it realy IS a garden monster. It loves water (being a giant ruhbarb, although not edible) i do have a (slightly) smaller variety (leaves get to 4-6 feet). Definitely one of the largest plants i have by far.


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