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HAVE: Red pendant epi & white schlumbergera (pictures)

Posted by Grrrnthumb z8 WA (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 15, 05 at 1:47

Hello, I have some of both the red epiphyllum and the white christmas cactus to trade(in the first picture). The epi's are rooted & growing cuttings, the schlumbergera is cuttings that root easily. I would like to trade for other epi's or anything on my list. None for postage at this time. Thanks. :)

- Tom H.
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RE: HAVE: Red pendant epi & white schlumbergera (pictures)

Do you still have any of the red Epi. cuttings?

Would you be interested in Rhipsalis cuttings?

Email if interested, Thanks.


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RE: HAVE: Red pendant epi & white schlumbergera (pictures)

Would gladly send a SASBE for any cuttings you will share. The Christmas cactus family is my favorite plant. I have found Easter and Thanksgiving but don't have any now.


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RE: HAVE: Red pendant epi & white schlumbergera (pictures)

Hi Tom, I would love to have a start of your red epiphyllum if you could wait until after the 1st of March to mail it. I'm in FL. right now and will be back home in TN. in March. I can offer seeds of some native FL. plants if you're interested. I have a few Coontie (Zamia pumila) seeds, Wild Coffee (Psychotia nervosa), and Red Bay (Persea borbonia) might be able to locate other things if you have something in particular in mind.
Thanks!
Carol


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RE: HAVE: Red pendant epi & white schlumbergera (pictures)

I have a white epi that I would love to trade cuttings with.


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RE: HAVE: Red pendant epi & white schlumbergera (pictures)

Do you have any of these left?
Please contact me at gilbertduggins@comcast.net if you do.


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RE: HAVE: Red pendant epi & white schlumbergera (pictures)

Gil & Scubafast you've got mail. Carol thanks for the offers, but I'm not looking for any of those right now. If you want to see the plants I'm looking for you can see my tradelist at the link below.

Here is a link that might be useful: http://members.gardenweb.com/members/exch/grrrnthumb


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RE: HAVE: Red pendant epi & white schlumbergera (pictures)

Hi Tom,

Do you still have any of the red epi left? I have a white epi plant (we call it a night blooming cerus-is that the same thing?) that is growing very well and the cuttings have taken quite nicely for many of my friends (actually, my plant is 3rd generation cutting!). Mine hasn't bloomed yet, but the plant it came from has a few times. Would you be willing to trade a cutting for a cutting? I'm not sure how to send a plant, but if you're interested, please let me know via email jengannon@excite.com.
Thanks!
Jen


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RE: HAVE: Red pendant epi & white schlumbergera (pictures)

Have orange flowered Epi to trade for red Epi if interested.

Kathy


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RE: HAVE: Red pendant epi & white schlumbergera (pictures)

Hi, I have a heirloom christmas cactus that is over 100 years old I could share some cuttings with you for some of your red orchid cactus cuttings.

Thanks

TracyL

p.s. we could make it a larger trade if you like.


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RE: HAVE: Red pendant epi & white schlumbergera (pictures)

Has anyone else who set up a trade with Tom heard or received anything from him recently?


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RE: HAVE: Red pendant epi & white schlumbergera (pictures)

Do you still have any of these plants left? You can feel free to email me at jolly_rancherscream@hotmail.com


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