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HAVE: This tall growing cactus

Posted by btropical256 7a Philly PA (elementboards748@verizon.net) on
Sat, Sep 30, 06 at 17:51

Ok here are pictures of it. The plant grows into a tall 5 seperators or whatever they call them. IT looks like a star when looking straight down on it. The original was growing new growth and my cat knocked it off. So i rooted it and the original regrew ofcoarse. So the rooted part is now 10 inches tall and it was only around 5 when it fell off so it grew that much and it is fully rooted in its 3.5 square inch pot with roots out the bottom. below are pictures of the adult plant and the rooted part taken today. If you happen to know what it is let me know. Now that winters coming i need to make room. I am interested in interesting agaves and hardy ones also such as agave paryii.I have paryii truncata but that wouldnt be to hardy for here. Looking for hardy cacti. Intersting ones. Just show me your trade list and ill take a look.

Parent plant

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The actual plant being traded.

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RE: HAVE: This tall growing cactus

Hello, I know that you posted this over a year ago, but I would be interested in trading for this. I have several hardy plants. email me at jolly_rancherscream@hotmail.com


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