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HAVE: Many things

Posted by windsurfgirl z6 OK (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 1, 07 at 15:39

Here is a list of what I have to trade:
Kalanchoe daigremontiana(Devil's Backbone)
Aloe vera
Aloe variegata - Partridge Breast Aloe
Aloe juvenna
Aloe Dapple Green
Aloe Dorian Black
Silver Squill - Ledebouria socialis
Crassula lactea cuttings
Sedum nussbaumerianum
Sedum rubrotinctum
Opuntia microdasys auriespina
Agave americana
Agave americana variegata
Haworthia attenuata
Haworthia cooperi
Echinopsis oxygona
Senecio rowleyanus - String of pearls
Portulacaria afra
Echinocactus grusonii
Echinocereus engelmannii
Echeveria "silver spoons"
Cereus Peruvians monstrose
Tephrocactus articulatus
Tephrocactus articulatus paprycanthus

I will be willing to trade for any cactus or succulent that I don't have.

Lynn


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RE: HAVE: Many things

I have a bunch of rooted "octopus agave" (agave vilmoriniana) to trade for some aloe juvenna. I also can trade some cuttings of pencil cholla (Opuntia ramosissima) for the silver squill. If you want a really spiny devil - then I can trade some Cylindropuntia whipplei (not sure of the species but this is my closet guest) for Tephrocactus articulatus paprycanthus.


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You have your email hidden azcactus. I would be interested in a trade with you. Please send me an email at wsurfgirl@hotmail.com and we can discuss it. Thanks!

Lynn


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I am interested in trading with you. I live in PA zone 6ish and have many outside opuntia plus greenhouse stuff. I can send you a big care package and just label them when I ship.
I am looking for
Kalanchoe daigremontiana(Devil's Backbone)
Aloe juvenna
Aloe Dapple Green
Aloe Dorian Black
Silver Squill - Ledebouria socialis
Crassula lactea cuttings
Sedum nussbaumerianum
Sedum rubrotinctum
Opuntia microdasys auriespina
Haworthia attenuata
Haworthia cooperi
Echinopsis oxygona
Senecio rowleyanus - String of pearls
Echinocactus grusonii
Echinocereus engelmannii
Echeveria "silver spoons"
Cereus Peruvians monstrose
Tephrocactus articulatus
Tephrocactus articulatus paprycanthus
phillip


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Hi Lynn, I'd like to trade my succulents with any or all of your collection. I am a beginner cacti/succulent collection and not familiar with the name, so I will send you the pics to choose or all. Let me know how to contact you. Thanks.

Meli


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Meli you can email pictures to wsurfgirl@hotmail.com
Thanks!

Lynn


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i dont have anything to trade..lol.. i am just starting.. but i just wanted to say hi.. i am from oklahoma also.. what part are you from? i live near woodward.


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Lynn, I send you e-mails with pictures few days ago.

Thanks.


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Hi Lynn:

I am interested in any or all of the following: aloe juvenna, aloe dorian black, sedum rubrotinctum, agave americana variegata, echinopsis oxygona, portulacaria afra, echinocactus grusonni, cereus peruvians monstrose, and tephrocactus articulatus. I have several different types of sedums if you are interested. Please check my tradelist. Thanks.

dcarpenter


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Hello Lynn,
I hope that it's not too late to ask, but do you have any plants left to trade? Please feel free to e-mail me at jolly_rancherscream@hotmail.com


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