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WANTED: Looking for rare and hardy opuntias cuttings

Posted by jedo2 8b (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 23, 11 at 2:11

My collection consists of Opuntias that are native to Texas and surrounding states. I prefer large padded opuntia that can endure a couple of days of freezing weather. I am always looking for something that might be rare growing in the wild. Opuntias that grow in Southern states seem to interest me the most. It is pretty hard for me to keep a true desert opuntia alive here in the moist South Texas soil. I do not think I have anything to offer as a trade as most of my prickly pear are common types. Let me know what you have. Photo if possible.

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