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WANTED: Rare or unusual specimens in Southern California

Posted by PlantPropaganda none (My Page) on
Mon, May 13, 13 at 17:14

Hello! I am a collector and nursery manager interested in purchasing unusual specimens locally (in the Southern California / San Diego area). I am looking for rooted plants of a good size. Examples include:

- Hoyas
- Orchids
- Staghorn ferns
- Dischidia
- Huernia / Stapelia
- Alpine specimens
- Ferns
- Unusual, rare or cristate succulents and euphorbias
- Variegated varieties or specimens

And so forth. I am looking to pay and not to trade. Please get in touch with me at if you think you might be able to help out, or if you know anyone in the area who I could get in touch with. :)

Best wishes!

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