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HAVE: Huernia, Stapelia cuttings

Posted by hiway_86 z8 TX (hiway_86@yahoo.com) on
Sun, Oct 29, 06 at 20:21

Hello, i have a few different types of huerinas and stapelia cuttings to trade for other varieties of the same family. i have Huernia hystrix, H. transmutata, H. Thuretti, H. zebrina, Stapelia grandiflora, a purple variety of that, and maybe a recondita sheilae cutting if i get a good trade. i really want a edithcolea grandis, caralluma, orbeas, other huernias and stapelias. anything along that line. if anyone is interested in a trade send me an email at hiway_86@yahoo.com and i will get back to you a.s.a.p thanks a lot


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RE: HAVE: Huernia, Stapelia cuttings

sorry i meant to put Rhytidocaulon sheilae cutting.


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RE: HAVE: Huernia, Stapelia cuttings

i'd love to trade...here is my link.
http://public.fotki.com/dianaji/cactussucculents/?cmd=uploadapplet3&w=1024&h=768

Here is a link that might be useful: my album


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RE: HAVE: Huernia, Stapelia cuttings

I have all types of stapeliads to trade. See my site at http://members.gardenweb.com/members/exch/asclepchris
Chris


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RE: HAVE: Huernia, Stapelia cuttings

sure what are you looking for?
Fran


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RE: HAVE: Huernia, Stapelia cuttings

Would you trade for anything else?
jolly_rancherscream@hotmail.com


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