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WANTED: A little help

Posted by crazy4vines 6 (My Page) on
Thu, May 25, 06 at 15:35

I just graduated high school and will be moving in to a new apartment to start college.

Unfortunately, because of being in an apartment, I can not take any of my mom's flowers from her garden to plant.

I've been researching different plants and found that I am very interested (more than I thought I would be) in house plants.

I am wondering if anyone could help me start a house plant collection from scratch by sending some cuttings of what you already have.

I am particularly interested in these, but beggars can't be choosers and I'd be happy with anything..

Burro's tail
Mother of Thousands
Night blooming epi (or other blooming epi - I like fragrance)
Climbing and/or cascading and/or fragrant cacti/succlents

I really like the sort of common, but unusual. I can't seem to find anything as simple as the mother of thousands around here.

As I said, having just turned 18 years old, and a financially strapped college freshman, this is all new to me and I'd be happy with anything.

I appreciate the time you are taking to read this and any help I may get.

Jared


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RE: WANTED: A little help

Jared,
Just found your post - are you still looking for some plant starts? I have pregnant onion, oscularies deltoides, maybe a mother of thousands seedling, and a few other oddities you might enjoy. I'd be glad to help out with a care package. Send me your address.
Dee


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