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WANTED: Wanted: Succulents or Clippings

Posted by marmarja (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 23, 07 at 8:59

I have fallen in love with succulents... I am fairly new to this forum. I am propagating some chicks, echeveria, sedums (multiple varieties), but am looking to expand. I can trade my offsets and cuttings (just now starting to root!!) as well as a variety of cacti for succulent plants and or clippings. I am especially interested in obtaining some items in the Harworthia or Crassulaceae families. I have:
Sedums: tetractinum Chinese, Cape Blanco,spurlum Stonecrop "Voodoo", Reflexum Blue.
A lot of the other specimens I could never give up!! I can send pictures of both the cacti and succulent if interested.

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RE: WANTED: Wanted: Succulents or Clippings

I have some cacti and succulents that I inherited from a gardening friend when he moved away. They are taking up way too much space in the winter. If you're anywhere near Raleigh and plan on coming to the spring swap I can drag them to it - let me know.

RE: WANTED: Wanted: Succulents or Clippings

i have some variegated upright sedum. i am not sure if it is frosty morn or mediovariegatum. i would trade from some hens and chicks. you don't have an email enabled from your page so i don't know how to contact you.

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