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HAVE: Too many Echeveria and Graptoverias

Posted by denniso_z9_so_cal z9 So.Calif (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 6, 08 at 2:36

I know your probably saying, how can you possibly have too many Echeverias or Graptoverias? Well, the weather and the elements have combined to create an amazing succulent pupiferous proliferation. I have too many, I'm running out of space and pots. Please look over my trade list, would love to move one of my plants in your direction. Thanks,
Dennis


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RE: HAVE: Too many Echeveria and Graptoverias

Hello Dennis,

I am looking for multiple cuttings of any succulent that can be planted out in the yard here in 91343. I currently have various succulents to trade:

Variegated Aloe nobilis


Variegated Aloe saponaria


Crested Euphorbia flanaganii

Some other haworthias and agaves as well.

Ken


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RE: HAVE: Too many Echeveria and Graptoverias

I sent you an email.


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RE: HAVE: Too many Echeveria and Graptoverias

dennis, could you post a pic of the plants you have. i am interested in any semps or echeveria you may have. thanks


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RE: HAVE: Too many Echeveria and Graptoverias

I don't have many varieties of graptoveria, echevaria, etc., even though I'm absolutely in love with them!-could I maybe convince you to let me send you some pots, and you could send me a few? Might kill two birds with one stone!


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RE: HAVE: Too many Echeveria and Graptoverias

Hi Dennis,

I'm interested in your offer. I didn't see anything listed on your tradelist. Would you mind looking over my tradelist and seeing if anything interests you? Thanks.

Darlene


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RE: HAVE: Too many Echeveria and Graptoverias

Hi Dennis! Do you still have some available for a trade?
If so, could you please, check MY Trade List? Thank you!


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