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WANTED: Want Sprekelia- will trade

Posted by lindasewandsew 9 So Calif (lindasewandsew@hotmail.com) on
Mon, Jan 21, 08 at 5:29

I used to have several Sprekelia growing, but they stopped coming back and I can't find the bulbs. The brighter the red, the better.
I have some California natives, manzanita, matilija poppy, sage, lots of small succulents, pencil tree. Cuttings can be taken from any of these. Also have a western redbud, but don't know how to start a new one from it. Linda

Here is a link that might be useful: Sprekelia


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RE: WANTED: Want Sprekelia- will trade

I have some extras, they grow well for me but I have never had one bloom. Don't know why but probably because they were in a corner being ignored. I would definitely be interested in natives.


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RE: WANTED: Want Sprekelia- will trade

Hi dirtface, When I had these, before they were savagely murdered by an unnamed assailant (Just initials, DH!!), they were pretty much ignored, but must have liked where they lived.

I live in Walnut, near Pomona. You can email me. My address is on the post. I will email you right now. Hopefully, we live somewhat close to one another. If not we can do mail. Thanks, Linda


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