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HAVE: Pennywort, pickeral rush

Posted by Greenbean951 Z7: DE-19904 (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 27, 05 at 20:24

The pennywort are "starts" you could say with about 10-15 large leaves on them. They quickly grown to grow whatever contained you have them in. The pickeral rush bloom white, and are good sized plants not little 1 or two leaf babies. Email me if you want pics.


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RE: HAVE: Pennywort, pickeral rush

Added to the list of "haves" is a large chromatella lily (i bought 3, but i need to make room for different varieties, it's just spreading too much!) a small red odorata lily, and a medium sized odorata lily. Same thing goes for these plants: if you want pics just send me an email!


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RE: HAVE: Pennywort, pickeral rush

I am interested in the large Chromatella lily....I read your plant lists, but didn't see duckweed. Would you like some of that? Or maybe that and postage? I don't know how I would ship the Black Magic Taro I have or the miniature water canna(2-3ft)..... I don't have a trade list because my pond is ALWAYS changing. I would really like to work something out, please respond. Thanks,
Kenny


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RE: HAVE: Pennywort, pickeral rush

I am interested in the pennywort. Would you be willing to trade for postage? Thanks!
- Michelle Frost


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RE: HAVE: Pennywort, pickeral rush

Am interested in the pickeral rush. Any left? Don't have anything to trade yet but will have seed for swamp hibiscus
soon--I hope!


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