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HAVE: Rhododendron dicroanthum

Posted by NewGuineagardener_OR zn8 OR (My Page) on
Wed, Dec 29, 04 at 20:01

Have only a few, very healthy
two year old seedlings for trade. One of my favorite Rhododendron species collected seed from friends nusery. parent was best form dicroanthum ssp. scyphocalyx yellow/orage bicolor bell shaped fleshy flower, nice foliage/shape

Would prefer to trade for species Rhod. or magnolia I dont have already, but would trade for anything intereresting.

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RE: HAVE: Rhododendron dicroanthum

Might you be interested in some dahlias come March?


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