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HAVE: Dwarf Starfish Flower - Stapelia species

Posted by flowerjunkie2 z8 (sandysmg@aol.com) on
Thu, Oct 27, 05 at 9:57

Hi,

Have few cuttings/some rooted (but, easy to root)of the following:

Dwarf Starfish Flower - Stapelia species

Stapelia species, 'Starfish Flower', is a perennial succulent similar to a small cactus but without the thorns. This species is a dwarf compared to many with thumb sized 'leaves' and 1.5" reddish brown flowers. The other common name is 'Carrion Flower' due to the disgusting fragrance. The good news is you can't smell the odor unless you actually stick your nose inside the flower. Wonderful in a pot or hanging basket but also hardy outside in zones 9-11
Plant in moderately fertile, well-drained soil in sun or part shade

*I also have the reg size too...

***CAN SEND PIC IF U LIKE OF BOTH/not sure how to post pic here...

Looking for cuttings of brugs/Iochroma
variegated jade/tropical wants/try me...
Sandy


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RE: HAVE: Dwarf Starfish Flower - Stapelia species

I would LOVE to trade with you for a cutting of this, as I have been looking everywhere for a start...
I have lots to trade with...Hope that we can work something out!!! Thanks!!!!


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RE: HAVE: Dwarf Starfish Flower - Stapelia species

Hi,

I'm interested in your dwarf starfish flower. I'll send you an e-mail to see if you have any left.


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RE: HAVE: Dwarf Starfish Flower - Stapelia species

Have sent you an email.
Thanks,
Chantell


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