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HAVE: cactus

Posted by nlb52 6or7%3F (braggyakkie@hotmail.com) on
Wed, Aug 28, 13 at 8:06

have a med. size bunnyear cactus , would like to trade for other cactus or succulents .


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RE: HAVE: cactus

Do you have a photo?


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RE: HAVE: cactus

Vamp,
I have some cold hardy paddle cactus I can trade with you. Come spring of course but I think they can be frozen and still spring back. They have the yellow flowers and the fruit is eatable. Just watch out for the fine red needles.
nlb52,
I have some Cereus peruvianus seedlings.

I am looking for Euphorbia that looks like cactus.
Stush


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RE: HAVE: cactus

I don't recommend Euphorbia for outdoor planting if you live in an area that freezes. They will die.


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RE: HAVE: cactus

Sundewd,
Thanks, I do have several hardy euphorbia outside but the ones I was after are house plants. I think I got my limit now.
Stush


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Looking to ReHome some Cactus

Have three varieties of small cactus.

Will post photos and hopefully be able to list the names shortly.

The plants were given to me and are doing well but I don't fancy cactus.

Any takers?


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RE: HAVE: cactus

Doubtful you'll get any takers before posting a pic if you don't know their names, sorry. Traders need pix & tend to want to deal in NAMED plants.


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RE: HAVE: cactus

Hey TKomla.
can you send me a description of your cactus? if you still have them? I am a cactus freak here. let me know :)
Thanks


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