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HAVE: Epi's and Psuedorhypsalis

Posted by cascabel333 9 (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 27, 09 at 21:57

I have Epiphyllum guatalamensis montrose (this year and last year) and Pseudorhipsalis ramulosis (last year) for trade. I'm mostly interested in epiphytic plants but tropicals and others will be considered.
Also have varigated sea hibiscus (mahoe) and sea grapes sprouting. Dwarf date palms are just starting to sprout.
I was in the exotic animal business for 10 years so I know plenty about shipping critters but I've never sent plants to anyone so I might need a little help as far as knowing how to package them!!!
thanks! Gary

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RE: HAVE: Epi's and Psuedorhypsalis

Hi there! I have noid Epi. The mother plant is pretty large but haven't bloomed yet, so I can not ID it yet. I can send you a picture of it if you wish. I would like to trade a small plant of it for your Pseudorhipsalis ramilois, if you are interested. Also have red and purple Dragon Fruit. Or anything from My Page. Please, let me know. Thank you.

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