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HAVE: ariocarpus fissuratus (pic)

Posted by hedgwytch 7 (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 1, 06 at 22:53

My DH broke my pot and I really just need to find a home for this one. I've got 3 other assorted sizes in the other pot, so I don't have room for this one. This is a picture of the actual plant I will be trading. This one has a double tap root, instead of the regular single.

I would be open to anything except cactus. Taking care of these stress me out enough! LOL! If anyone is interested, make me an offer. This is a good size cactus, and it is the largest of the four that I have.

I like things that are hardy to my zone, although I will bring stuff in if it is something special. I enjoy heirloom plants, night bloomers, and fragrant plants.

Thanks so much!

HW


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RE: HAVE: ariocarpus fissuratus (pic)

If someone hasn't already traded it away, I'd be interested in trading your ariocarpus for seeds of several arizona desert plants that I've collected. I can give you a bunch of seeds from each of these:
I have a variety of desert plant seeds that I'd like to trade for herb plants/seeds (stevia, basil, patchouli, cilantro, or others except for rosemary and lavendar).
Plant seeds I have to trade:

creosote
palo verde
palo blanco
golden ball acacia
peruvian brown cotton
chapparal sage
melocactus
barrel cactus
plus I can throw in a few agave puppies (octopus agave)

Let me know if you're interested.


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RE: HAVE: ariocarpus fissuratus (pic)

I am really looking for something that is not a desert plant. I just don't have a place for desert plants in my house or yard. My herbs haven't gone to seed, yet. Thanks for the offer, but I will have to pass, unless you have something else that doesn't require low moisture. It is fairly humid here for desert species and I have kids that love to water plants.

Thanks,

HW


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RE: HAVE: ariocarpus fissuratus (pic)

Well what plants in specific would you want? I could look for something.


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RE: HAVE: ariocarpus fissuratus (pic)

If your kids like to water would you like to try a cold hardy palm? I have these that will do well in zone 7 Butia capitata, Butia yatay and Trachycarpus fortunei.
PLMK
Greg


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RE: HAVE: ariocarpus fissuratus (pic)

  • Posted by
    plant.babies Zone 7-8
    (gw:plant.babies) on
    Fri, Aug 18, 06 at 14:02

I have tropicals if you are interested:

Philo
Monstera
Dieffenbachia
Peace Lily
Begonia 'Lana' (angelwing) and another unnamed miniature
Coleus (three interesting color combinations)
etc

let me know
:)


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RE: HAVE: ariocarpus fissuratus (pic)

Do you still have this to trade? please e-mail me at jolly_rancherscream@hotmail.com


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