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WANTED: Leaves of succulents for rooting

Posted by kwie2011 8a w. OR (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 3, 14 at 22:50

I don't need many - just a leaf or two of various succulents that I can root myself.

Genera/species I'd like to find:

Haworthia - any of the fleshy varieties
Jade - Any, but I already have C. ovata, tetragona, undulatifolia, and variegated ovata
Crassula capitella 'Campfire'
Sedum morganianum - Burro's tail / Donkey's tail
Sansevieria - any species or cultivar
Sempervivum - any

There are many succulents I haven't listed that I'd also like to grow, but those are the ones that come to mind now. Please email me if you have something else.

To trade, I have the worlds most indestructible green spider plant, or some copper and glass test tube hummingbird feeders I make. I also have postage.


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