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WANTED: Passionflower or Brugmansia

Posted by janina5309 (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 28, 08 at 12:58

Im looking for cuttings. I have brugmansia sanguinea and arborea to trade.


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RE: WANTED: Passionflower or Brugmansia

  • Posted by jenf z7b BC (My Page) on
    Mon, Sep 29, 08 at 21:40

Hi
I have Brugmansia "Frosty Pink", "Isabella", an unknown peach, and unknown very prolific white. I also have some Passiflora incarnata I started from seed this year. Also very vigorus, but no flowers as of yet, may be a bit before they flower. I would love to trade cuttings of any or all of the above for cuttings from your Brugs.
Cheers Jen
Please e-mail me at jenf41 at hotmail.com


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RE: WANTED: Passionflower or Brugmansia

I would love to trade for your brugmansia sanguinea; I have frosty pink and white.
Where are you located?
thanks


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RE: WANTED: Passionflower or Brugmansia

  • Posted by skraps 6a ontario (My Page) on
    Wed, Oct 15, 08 at 11:27

You have mail.


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RE: WANTED: Passionflower or Brugmansia

Sorry guys. I'll wrap this thread up. I didn't realize such a huge cutting would have to be taken from my brugmansias. They haven't bloomed yet for me, so i'm not willing to cut them down. Plus, these species apparantly are almost impossible to root by cuttings. It can only be done by air layering. So it would all be for not and both you and I would be dissapointed at the results. I will air layer next season after they bloom and post a new thread.


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