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HAVE: Lots of plants for trade or postage.

Posted by seniorflippyfloppy (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 29, 11 at 14:43

I have figured out that based on my work schedule and other issues I have many more plants than time to care for them.
Please visit the link below to see a sampling of plants I have available for either trade or simply postage. Some are
cuttings others are well rooted seedlings, offsets or mature plants. I just have more plants than I can winter over or keep track of.

This seasons drought has taken considerable toll on my plants and I prefer to care for the specimens that I have rather than nurse
hundreds of small plants in the hour or so of daylight I have each evening.

Some of the plants in the photos are:
A. somalense 2-3 yr old underpotted seedlings
various other Adenium seedlings, all from KO adeniums; Super platinum, noble concubine, focus, etc.
Huernia (probably a hybrid but prolific) has small red sttar shaped flowers, dark red looking like red velvet - lots of this
Agave potatorum ( 8 to 10 of these)
Agave labeled murpheyi but clearly something else (12 of these)
Agave vilmoriniana (3 available)
Agave macroacantha 3 yr seedlings from Mesa garden seed
Agave victoria reinae compacta various offsets
Agave americana blue (1 available)
Cissus tuberosa several available
Selenicerius pteranthus cuttings
Alluadia procera cuttings
Various Sansevieria
Sansevieria cylindrica offsets from rooted cuttings (4 to trade only for other Sans)
Sans moonshine, large division for trade for other Sans.
Gasteria carinata divisions
Two other Gasteria hybrids green ice and one other (divisions)
Cissus quadrangularis (someone please take this thing)
The Euphorbia in the center of the table is not available but rooted cuttings are available
Haworthia Koelmaniorum three to trade for other Haworthia only
Haworthia limifolia var. ubomboensis 3 or 4 pups available
Haworthia limifolia fma scholdtiana - thats what they came labeled as (3 or 4 pups available)
Haworthia venosa tesselata (leggy form)
Stapelia grandiflora rooted and unrooted cuttings
Epi oxypetalum cutting - unrooted
Selenicereus anthonyanus cuttings - unrooted

and others I haven't decided to let go of yet.

The link to the photos:

http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/album/580783412YTuzYL

I would like a few trades but need all of these gone so plants for postage is fine with me.
Please let me know what you are interested in. Everything left after the end of september goes to the compost pile.

Please contact me directly by email at gduggins@mazzetti.com or gilbertduggins@comcast.net
I realize I'm new and nobody knows me here. I haven't traded on this forum for at least 2 years.
I'm more than willing to send plants and wait for you to send postage refunds after the plants are received.


Some things I'm looking for.
I'm looking for other fat-plants I don't already have
Stapelia divaricata, kwebensis, hirsuta, flavopurpurea, gettliffei
Mestoklema tuberosa
Euphorbia stellata, other Euphorbia I don't have
Avonias
Cerarias
Interesting Sansevieria


Thanks,
Gilbert Duggins
Smyrna, TN 37167
Zone 6


Follow-Up Postings:

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RE: HAVE: Lots of plants for trade or postage.

Sent you an email 2 days ago with no response.

Mary


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RE: HAVE: Lots of plants for trade or postage.

i will take any small adeniums off your hands if you are so inclined. thaks, jeff


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RE: HAVE: Lots of plants for trade or postage.

I'm currently trying to finish 4 requests and move slowly but will get you taken care of.

prayerrock, I think I have responded to you now, if not i will by tonight.

Jeff I will happily send you enough to fill a small priority mail flat rate box if you like. Email me your information.

Anyone else want anything from the list? I'll update the list over the upcoming weekend.
Thanks again for the resonse to the list.
Gilbert


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RE: HAVE: Lots of plants for trade or postage.

Hi if you sent me a response I did not get it.

mary


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RE: HAVE: Lots of plants for trade or postage.

Hi I am sending email.Sherri


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RE: HAVE: Lots of plants for trade or postage.

I got one email from you then no response to my second email.

Mary


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RE: HAVE: Lots of plants for trade or postage.

I think I will have enough plants to accomodate everyone through Gerald's request. If you have emailed me before now I should be sending you something by the end of this week.

For now, please consider this trade offer closed and that no more plants are available.

Once I get the last packages mailed and take a new assessment of what is left I will post an update if there are more plants available.

Thanks to everyone who has responded to the listing.
Gilbert


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RE: HAVE: Lots of plants for trade or postage.

Will you be emailing us to let us know, I have not heard back from you so do not know if you sent anything or what??

Mary


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