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WANTED: Opuntias

Posted by nhhoney 5 (kadac1999@yahoo.com) on
Tue, Dec 30, 08 at 12:41

I am looking for wild opuntias from every State that has them.Does anyone have some growing on their property that could part with a pad or two?
I will pay postage or look for something to trade with.


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RE: WANTED: Opuntias

Hi I am in minnesota and I have a yellow flowering opuntias...and in the spring I could send you all you want..I am looking for a large (thick branch)(like 12 inches long and fat) of a jade.
if you have read the thread on 75 year old jade.
would you have access to a piece from one growing in the wild or on your land. either way I can send you all you want in the spring..let me know here, my e-mail doesn't work the best....linda


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RE: WANTED: Opuntias

I have some from Michigan Zone 5. I would be willing to trade them for some other cactus cutting(s) or the like. Here's what the cuttings look like: http://i77.photobucket.com/albums/j76/moosesinvade/Picture.jpg I think they're something like Beavertail Cactus, but I'm not 100% sure. They are Opuntia though, I believe.

-Cameron


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RE: WANTED: Opuntias

Linda I think I can get that Jade for you.
Cameron, I do have some cactus cuttings to trade with you.
Email me and I'll let you know what I have.


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RE: WANTED: Opuntias

I live in central Texas and have them in my front field. I am not sure of the variety. I think it is either OPhaecantha var major Engelm or O lindheimeri. I can get some other varietiies. :Like cows tougue( O lindheimeria var linguiformis) and a neddleless waxy one, and a large pad fluttery thing.The lastwo I don't think are native.


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RE: WANTED: Opuntias

Hi,

I have some wild opuntia natives I could trade, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Texas types. I live in Oklahoma and was given some by friends in neighboring states. I would be interested in what cactus cuttings you have.
e-mail me at eleusa@cox.net


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RE: WANTED: Opuntias

I can send you pads of Opuntia basilaris v. aurea from east of Cedar City, UT, O. macrorhiza from north of Prescott, AZ and O. basilaris v. brachyclada from San Gabriel Mts, CA, all absolutely frost hardy,

Jordi


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