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HAVE: Agave Parryi Truncata pups

Posted by domehome 9b CA (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 2, 06 at 15:52

I have lots of 1 and 2 year old pups to trade. This is one of the most beautiful and cold resistant agaves. Stemless rosettes with a max size of 30"w by 15"t have been known to survive zone 5. These like a dry winter but will tolerate some rain (I've never had one die of root rot). I'd be most interested in asian lillies, glads, yuccas, aloes, or succulents I don't have - but am open to any plant that can be mailed bareroot (I'm in California).

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RE: HAVE: Agave Parryi Truncata pups

I would love to add your Agave to my collection, it is one I havn't seen before. I have a large collection of sedum , if that would interest you. I would rather trade for 3 or 4 plants though to make the postage worthwhile. Let me know what you think.


RE: HAVE: Agave Parryi Truncata pups


i would like to trade for your a.p. truncata. not sure that i have anything you would like, but check my trade page.


RE: HAVE: Agave Parryi Truncata pups

I have several yuccas started from seed that are now in 1 gallon pots and can be bare rooted, also have
Aloe microstigma, Aloe peglerae, Aloe variegata, Pachypodium brevicaule, Pachypodium densiflora, Pachypodium geayi and Pachypodium gracilis.
PLMK if you are interested in any of rhese.


RE: HAVE: Agave Parryi Truncata pups

I've got to run right now,but could you save one for me? I will write more later and tell you things you might like from my garden. Thanks

RE: HAVE: Agave Parryi Truncata pups

would love to trade for your agave. please check my trade list to see what i have and email me and let me know. vicki

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