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HAVE: Agave pups in 91343

Posted by salt_creep 10 (My Page) on
Sun, May 25, 08 at 22:29

Hello,

I've done some garden cleanup and ended up with lots of unrooted agave pups that I've separated from the mother plants. I'm not sure of the name but they're small growing with bluish leaves; probably Agave potatorum or verschaffeltii. I also have some large fleshy Aeonium cuttings, and can take plenty of jade plant cuttings as well.

I'm looking for cuttings or offsets of large growing crassulas (other than jade plants), aeoniums, echeverias, ice plants or any succulent suitable for planting outdoors in the San Fernando Valley area (zip code 91343). I'd prefer local trades only, please.

Ken


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