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WANTED: Need senecio mandraliscae cuttings or seeds

Posted by alyceusvi Z10/11St.JohnUS (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 5, 09 at 11:01

Hi,
I am doing a major bed of succulents in blues want to plant
senecio mandraliscae in large groupings. Have many plumeria
pudica or named plumerias and most tropicals for trade.
Thanks in advance.


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RE: WANTED: Need senecio mandraliscae cuttings or seeds

I *think* I have this plant, though I have lost the tag since I first obtained it about 5 years ago.

Mine is a single potted plant in a 4" clay pot, though it's about 2 ft. tall with several branches at the top.

I could send you a photo of it if you like.
You can email me at silobuilderguys@mwt.net if interested.

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