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WANTED: gunnera

Posted by flora2 7 (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 27, 07 at 12:17

Hi
I have hesitated a lot about having this plant in my garden (it takes so much space) but I can't help being seduced by its size. Does anyone have a start that would like to trade? I have somethings that might interest you. Drop me a line and I will do my very best. Thanks


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RE: WANTED: gunnera

Hi Flora,
If you don't get any divisions in trade, I have seeds of G. manicata that are finished with their winter-long cold stratification & also just finished with a 3 week cold/damp in the fridge. Just brought them out. Should be ready a little later this spring. :)
- Tom


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RE: WANTED: gunnera

Hi Tom; Looking forward to having this plant in my garden. Would you like some datura seeds? Thanks a lot again.


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RE: WANTED: gunnera

Nope. :) Got tons. In fact I'm trying to give them away myself. Want a triple purple tiny baby seedling?


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RE: WANTED: gunnera

Hi
Yes, I'd love that. I will bring some seeds to see if you would like any. Also, I have a grass that is very pretty (don't know the name that is why I have not offered it to anyone) to see if you'd like it. Thanks a lot


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RE: WANTED: gunnera

Dear Flora,

So nice to have finally met you Saturday at the Green Elephant.

I will have some gunnera seedlings for the fall Green Elephant. Honestly they will be so little, that you might rather go out and buy one to get started. For such a huge plant, Gunnera starts out as the tiniest of seedlings and grows very slowly.

Best Regards,

Jim Eichner
425-223-7249 cell

Here is a link that might be useful: baby gunneras


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