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WANTED: Compost Worms, Pots or Norfolk Island Pine

Posted by Euphorbiaceae 9 (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 21, 13 at 9:54

Please let me know if you can provide me with any of the following. I'd like to start a worm bin for composting kitchen scraps. I've read a lot about it and I'd like to start with a few worms. I'm also looking for pots of any size, though larger multigallon pots would be great. I have some tree seedlings I'd like to put in them. Finally, it's very important to me that I get a Norfolk pine as soon as possible and I've had no luck on the plant exchange. If you have one that I could have a clipping or two from I'd be so incredibly appreciative.

What I have in exchange:
Euphorbia tirucalli, pencil tree/firesticks
Euphorbia lactea, mottled spurge
Rhus lancea, African sumac
Senecio cylindricus, blue bush pickle/blue chalk sticks

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