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have: have: curly leaf epiphyllum and rick rack cactus cuttings

Posted by redheadedstepchild75 8 SC (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 8, 08 at 16:29

I have very healthy plants that I can trade cuttings of...6 inches or longer.

I have a Rick Rack cactus and two different Epiphyllum.
One is a curly leaf variety and one is an unknown type...as I think it was mislabeled.
I also have one rooted 4" Prime Time Epiphyllum.

I can send pictures of what I have so you can see the plants ( I'm new to Epi's) lol.

I am looking for Christmas cactus cuttings or rooted cuttings.
I am also interested in any other flowering houseplants.

Thanks for looking!! :O)


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RE: have: have: curly leaf epiphyllum and rick rack cactus cutti

Hmmmmm....would you consider swapping a cutting apiece of the curly epi and Prime Time for 2-4 fresh cuttings of 'Firestick' Pencil Cactus? The original plant (not mine) had reddish coloration to the branches, tho' the cuttings I took (4-6" long) do not as they were shaded.


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RE: have: have: curly leaf epiphyllum and rick rack cactus cutti

send me a pix of the curly leaf please.


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RE: have: have: curly leaf epiphyllum and rick rack cactus cutti

Hello. Take a look at my tradelist and see if anything interests you. I'm interested in your rick rack cactus and your curly leaf epi. Thanks.

dcarpenter


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RE: have: have: curly leaf epiphyllum and rick rack cactus cutti

Do you still have any curly leaf epis left? I have Christmas cactus in red, yellow, white, and shocking pink. I can send you cuttings in trade for the curly leaf epis. Please email me at:
ima_digger@yahoo.com
if you are interested.


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RE: have: have: curly leaf epiphyllum and rick rack cactus cutti

If you har any left please let me know!


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