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HAVE: Assorted Succulents

Posted by kettish (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 29, 09 at 1:42

I have the following available for trade:

-Haworthia fasciata (1 division available)

-Kalanchoe "Chocolate Soldier" (1 division, 2 leaves available)

-Kalanchoe "Maternity Plant" (1 seedling, 1 leaf available)

-Burro tail (3 plants available)

-Crassula rupestris var. marnieriana x C. perforata "Baby Necklace" (3 plants available, in somewhat rough shape but recovering from Lowes' love nicely)

-Echeveria harmsii "Plush Plant" (6 plants available, a little stretched on the stems but the new growth is coming in just fine)

-NOID echevaria (nice green color, a little red tinging on the edges. Some stretching on stems but like the plush plant the new growth came in just fine. 6 plants available.)

-String of Bananas (leaves and 2 cuttings available)

-Portulacaria afra "Elephant Bush" (1 BIG plant available-6" tall by 1' wide!)

-Senecio mandraliscae "Blue Chalk Sticks" (2 leaves available)

-Anacampseros rufescens (2 rooted leaves)

-Euphorbia horrida "Nova" (1 plant, ~3" tall)

-Crassula perforata "String of Buttons" (2 plants available)

I'm looking especially for echeverias, graptoverias, pachyverias, semps, plumerias, and tropicals, but I love all sorts of flowers and plants, so please feel free to make me an offer! I will be more easily available by email, which is, but will check this posting as well.


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RE: HAVE: Assorted Succulents

I have plumeria cuttings and/or seeds, adenium seeds, brugmansia cuttings. If you like to trade please let me know. I am looking for a small cacti assortment for a vertical garden. Nothing too big. Thanks!

RE: HAVE: Assorted Succulents

Hi Kettish,
I would really love to work out a trade with you? I am interested in your Kalanchoe - Maternity plant. I would really like to have that one. Check out my trade list not much of one but something may interest you?? Please let me know ~


RE: HAVE: Assorted Succulents

Hi, Newbie here, Do you have anything left? I will email you..Thanks

RE: HAVE: Assorted Succulents

I have the thornless cactus here, as well as the stick/pencil cactus. Any interest?


RE: HAVE: Assorted Succulents

I'd be interested in the P. afra(Elephant bush) if still available. I have lots to trade. I have Pachy griquense seedlings and 2 yr plants and lots of stapelia and huernia types of plants, also some hippeastrum plants.

RE: HAVE: Assorted Succulents

  • Posted by cje3 z8/9 tx (My Page) on
    Thu, Dec 3, 09 at 15:38

hi, i would like to trade for kalanchoe seeds or cutting and any of the others that dont get too large. I don't know all the names of what I have so if you want I can send you pics? just let me know what addy to use. thanks, charlie

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