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WANTED: Mother of Thousands

Posted by rocket_ken Seattle, WA (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 2, 05 at 22:49

I'm looking for a couple small Mother of Thousands or Mother of Many plantlets. I have some Hen and Chicks or small Sedums for trade.


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RE: WANTED: Mother of Thousands

I have some tiny seedlings that I can trade.

PLMK.
Gil...


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RE: WANTED: Mother of Thousands

I have several plants that have several offspring, I call it the Piggyback Plant but think that it is the same plant, if not I apologize...also I have the Pregnant plant that is sometime referred to something of the same name..


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RE: WANTED: Mother of Thousands

I have MANY mother of thousands plants in all different stages of growth. I have small plants and plantlets of two species of the mother of thousands: Bryophyllum (synonym: Kalanchoe) daigremontianum and crenatodaigremontianum. Email me if you're still interested and haven't gotten any from someone else.
lizardtears@yahoo.com


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RE: WANTED: Mother of Thousands

i've got several k. serrata, k. tubifloria, k. gastonis-bonieri and others mentioned here - email me


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RE: WANTED: Mother of Thousands

These plants are sooo beautiful! I have a ton of plantlets I can offer. I have so many plants already that I need to give some of the plantlets away. I am located around Tampa, FL. Let me know if you're interesed.

Here is a link that might be useful: My


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