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WANTED: Have Yucca baccata, elata, glauca, and rupicola

Posted by wantonamara 8bTx (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 31, 10 at 20:44

I have been wandering the roadsides of New Mexico and Texas I have Yucca baccata, Y. elata, Y. glauca, and Y. rupicola that I just collected. I am interested in Agaves and Yuccas that are hardy to at least Z9a - 8b. I have a about 15 grasses and 35 wildflower seeds also, But my IDing and in the field notations on them leaves much to desire. I swear I will be better in the future. I do Have some 4 wing salt bush, Chamisa AKA rubber rabbit Bush. heterotheca species and other N Mexico wildflowers , If one is interested in taking a chance with unnamed species you can have some.. LOL- Mara


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RE: WANTED: Have Yucca baccata, elata, glauca, and rupicola

Hi there,
I have agave parryi truncata, agave lophantha and pups from various other agaves (I'll need to go out and look around, I know I have some that are unnamed). I would be interested in your yucca elata, glauca, and rupicola. I'd even be interested in some grass seed. Check out my member page for more trade choices.
Dee


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RE: WANTED: Have Yucca baccata, elata, glauca, and rupicola

I need to make my offer clearer. I do have seeds all the plants mentioned. But I do have some Agave parryi var huachensis and Y. bacatta ina small plants.


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