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HAVE: Egyptian papyrus

Posted by TAB64 9b FL-Orlando (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 31, 05 at 12:21

This is the tall pom-pom kind. Triangle stalks over 10' tall with pom-pom over 2'in diameter, at least in my pond. This is the kind that does not restart from just the heads, so I can not mail that part only. Let me know what you have, actually I do not need anymore pond plants.


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RE: HAVE: Egyptian papyrus

Hi There -

Maybe there is something on my list that you would be interested in? PLMK -

Thanks!
M


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RE: HAVE: Egyptian papyrus

If you still have a good clump available, I have special trade of a chocolate tree seedling for it. If interested,let's talk!


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