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HAVE: Plumeria for Stuttgart

Posted by slfairless Z5 MI (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 11, 07 at 19:46

Hello, I've been waiting all summer for my Stuttgart rhizomes to shows signs of life but the growth I'm seeing looks more like Tropicanna. Anyway, there isn't enough summer left to start over with rhizomes so I'm offering up some of my rooted/growing Plumeria in exchange for some Stuttgart. My Plumeria's range from 10" to 3' and the flowers are white with yellow centers. This is a rare chance to get ahold of some Plumeria so I'd like to trade for growing Stuttgart plants (with foliage) instead of just the rhizomes.

Thanks,
SF


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RE: HAVE: Plumeria for Stuttgart

I have some Stuttgart that's growing very well! I'm getting ready to move them from where I have them. We are in Texas and the heat is not so good for the variagation. They definitely need some partial shade. i didn't know any better when I planted them last year and they got pretty toasted.

I'm interested in trading.

Please let me know.
Thanks,
LG


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RE: HAVE: Plumeria for Stuttgart

Sounds good LG! Your email addres is not listed; please send me an email slfairless@hotmail.com.


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RE: HAVE: Plumeria for Stuttgart

LG? Anyone? These are some hot plumeria.


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