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WANTED: Hylocereus Undatus. 'Dragon Fruit 'Cuttings

Posted by aveo5 10 (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 18, 10 at 16:33

Hi. I'm looking for cuttings of this variety of the Dragon fruit, OR the variety 'VooDoo', I think they would look very cool,next to my Oxy. 'Queen of The Night' Epi. plants, blooming at night,and if I could manage to get the fruit that I hear is so good from this plant, that would be great!
So..anyone have a lot of this Hylocereus and looking to get rid of some cuttings, or willing to share your wealth wit ha fellow gardener?? South Fla, needs more night blooming plants:) I have some things to trade, but its slim pickings. I am kind of hoping someone has one of these 'Dragon Fruit' plants that is just way overgrown and you just want to thin it out some, and are willing to let me come and cut some away for you:). Hey, it cant hurt to ask, right? Anyone?


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RE: WANTED: Hylocereus Undatus. 'Dragon Fruit 'Cuttings

HELLO. I HAVE PYTHAYA AS IT IS CALLED. TWO KINDS, ONE YELLOW AND PINK BOTH WHITE INSIDE OH THEM.BESIDES THAT, HILOCERUS COSTARICENSIS. I AM LOOKING FOR PERESKIA CACTI, OR CARNIVOROUS PLANTS, OR ANY CACTI I DONT HAVE.... WRITE SOON TO FACARIELAGUILAR@GMAIL.COM


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