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HAVE: For Greer Swap: Acuba

Posted by gnomey 7b SC zip296 (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 26, 08 at 23:57

I have maybe 2-3 of these that I can dig and/or put some cuttings in to root for the swap if there is any interest.


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no takers?

  • Posted by gnomey 7b SC zip296 (My Page) on
    Wed, Aug 6, 08 at 23:47

I'm actually just trying to get this off the top because I'm tired of looking at it. If no one wants the acuba shrubs I'll try to find somewhere to plant them here.


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RE: HAVE: For Greer Swap: Acuba

Ah, I forgot about this. If it is what I think it is I would love to have some. I never could find a photo online of an adult specimen though. They are all close-up shots on the leaves and berries.


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RE: HAVE: For Greer Swap: Acuba

  • Posted by gnomey 7b SC zip296 (My Page) on
    Fri, Aug 8, 08 at 23:09

aezarien - I'll bring one for you and I'll try to post a pic of the mother soon.


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RE: HAVE: For Greer Swap: Acuba

Sounds good!

I have that offshoot of the pineapple sage but I did go ahead and stick a few cuttings yesterday. I figured if I could make those take root they would probably make a better plant. I also stuck a few more Mexican sage cuttings, a few arborvitae (I think they are techny but not entirely sure), and I set aside some Celosia seeds for you.


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