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HAVE: have 4 small Hylocereus

Posted by mymimi43 5a mtn desert (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 22, 08 at 2:40

these guys are too spiney to suit me. One came from a trade (about 12 inches) and the other three were liberated from moon cactus grafts (about 4 inches each). I do not know what color they will bloom out. They all look exactly the same to me. I would love an orange jade cutting or a princess hoya cutting. I don't need any succulents. a variegated vine cutting would be nice. Named Christmas cactus. Just make me an offer of something non spiney and fun. these little guys need a new home where they can be appreciated.

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