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WANTED: desert yuccas / opuntia Imbricta

Posted by rockysth1 illinois (rockysth1@aol.com) on
Tue, Aug 12, 08 at 11:43

Hi does anyone ever run across any desert yuccas,like Dasylirion miquihuanensis, Nolina nelsoni, Nolina texana,
Yucca aloifolia 'Marginata' ,Yucca rostrata or any yuccas that have hard leaves also looking for Opuntia Imbricta looking for some to trade bananas or persan palm elephant ears for


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RE: WANTED: desert yuccas / opuntia Imbricta

I have two different types of yucca. One is native to North Alabama and one came from Sylvester, Texas and is a native there. Also, I have "Opuntia Imbricata". Do you want either of these? These are plants...NOT seeds.

What do you have to trade?? LMK.

Check out my trade page under plants to see what I want.


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