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HAVE: Euphorbia Lactea White Ghost cutting aka Dragon Bones

Posted by ken_ny Z10FL (kenr64@comcast.net) on
Sat, Oct 23, 10 at 23:23

Will Trade for Crassula Hummels Sunset


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RE: HAVE: Euphorbia Lactea White Ghost cutting aka Dragon Bones

Don't have Hummels Sunset, is there anything else you would trade for? I really would like to find a small cutting of the true White Ghost with pure white stems.
(I already have the regular Euphorbia lactea.) LMK.

Christopher


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RE: HAVE: Euphorbia Lactea White Ghost cutting aka Dragon Bones

Still have several cuttings of white ghost available. In addition to Crassula Hummel's Sunset, I would also trade one for Tephrocactus articulatus var. inermis, a pachypodium brevicaule or saundersii seedling or anything else really cool/unusual that I don't have :-)


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RE: HAVE: Euphorbia Lactea White Ghost cutting aka Dragon Bones

I have Adenium arabicum seedlings; most have 1/2" to 1" caudexes and multiple branches. I can send pictures if you’re interested in trading.
Thx Bryan


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RE: HAVE: Euphorbia Lactea White Ghost cutting aka Dragon Bones

i have hummel's sunset.

Hummel's Sunsets and Jade starts

this is a small plant, but it did have the proper color this fall here in p.a.


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RE: HAVE: Euphorbia Lactea White Ghost cutting aka Dragon Bones

All my white ghost cuttings have been traded. When I have another batch to offer I will make a new post. Thanks!


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