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HAVE: ariocarpus fissuratus seeds

Posted by hedgwytch 7 (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 4, 06 at 14:17

I have some ariocarpus seeds to trade. These are seeds from my own plants. I just harvested them this week. If anyone is interested, I would like to trade for anything tropical. This could include Brugs, plumerias, etc. Make me an offer, but I do not want any palms, cacti, or agaves. No desert plants, period. But, I am open to any other offers.

Thanks,

HW


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RE: HAVE: ariocarpus fissuratus seeds

  • Posted by
    plant.babies Zone 7-8
    (gw:plant.babies) on
    Fri, Aug 18, 06 at 13:53

hi HW

I have been looking for ariocarpus for a long time, but they are impossible to find around here!

I have all kinds of tropicals -

Mostera - giant and what I think is a (much smaller) sport
Dieffenbachia - giant and miniature
Coleus -- three very unique color combinations
Begonia - Angel Wing 'Lana' and another unknown miniature
Jasmine - white star
Wistaria - purple flowers
Philo - heart-leaf, red-stem and pointed-leaf
Pothos - reg and varig.
Arrowhead - two kinds
Peace lily - two kinds
Spider plants - reg. and varig.

:)

I don't have any brugs or plum. yet, but there is a guy on Houseplant forum that has hundreds of them. Put your trade wish on the Houseplant Exchange and you'll probably get takers w/ brug/plum.


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RE: HAVE: ariocarpus fissuratus seeds

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


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