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HAVE: mother of thousands

Posted by jborres pa (My Page) on
Thu, Nov 23, 06 at 21:43

have mother of thousands baby plants (rooted) and looking to trade for tricolor moses in the cradle/boatlily/oyster plant, purple shamrock or any other plants that might interest me
jessica


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RE: HAVE: mother of thousands

hi, there are so many plants listed as mother of thousands, Iam confused. I bought one on ebay that said it is plant of life/mother of thousands. I also got one that said mexican hat plant/mother of millions. What does yours look like?
Most of my plants for trade are cacti, cacti seeds and a few outside bulbs and seeds.


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RE: HAVE: mother of thousands

Look up Kalanchoe daigremontiana. That is the one I have that is most commonly referred to as Mother of A Thousand.


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