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HAVE: Rainbow plumeria (frangipani) cuttings for trade

Posted by plumeriafl 9b Florida (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 14, 10 at 11:59

I rooted some cuttings of a beautiful unknown plumeria (frangipani) I've had growing in my yard for a few years. Based on my research, it could be California Sally. You can judge the beauty for yourself in the photos below.

I am looking for cuttings of dwarf and compact plumerias.
My wish list:

Musk Rainbow
Dwarf Deciduous
Mary Moragne
Dwarf Orange
Dwarf Richard Criley Rainbow
Mele Pa Bowman
Lily Warmtoes
other dwarf/compact varieties

Don't have one of these to trade? All offers considered.
email me at: whitneyhazelton@hotmail.com

I also have cuttings of Miami Rose and Madison White AKA San Germain plumeria available for trade.

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RE: HAVE: Rainbow plumeria (frangipani) cuttings for trade

Hi plumeriafl,

I would like to trade your rooted cutting plumeria, but unfortunately I lost my plumerias last winter and so far I'm only have lots of 1 month old seedling.
Please check my trade list, maybe you can find something interest, thanks

Lisa


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RE: HAVE: Rainbow plumeria (frangipani) cuttings for trade

i lost mine to the freeze this year i would like some cuttings i don't need them rooted i have a white/yellow that maybe survived, so some color would be nice email me thanks check my trade list or can work something out for postage i'm in zones 6 and 9


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RE: HAVE: Rainbow plumeria (frangipani) cuttings for trade

Cuttings are now on ebay.


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