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HAVE: Various types

Posted by garyfla 10 Florida (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 31, 13 at 7:07

hi
Have the following to trade or give away.
Colocasias/ alocasias
amazon lily
caldwell lily
orchids
variagated agave
epiphyllums
several palms
Brommeliads
gingers
many other types Trade is NOT necessary gary


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Hi Gary
Are you OK with mailing stuff?
I would love some of the things on your list, but do not live close.

I will send ya an email . . . .

Thanks
Susie


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Hi
I'm located in Palm beach county. Most of the stuff is too large for shipping and these are the ones I'd most like to thin .
Gingers. /heliconias Alpininias gigantic shell. a pin stripe type Several Globbas .Pine cone ginger lobster claw heliconia
variagated agave pups but over two feet in diameter. Broms common solid green has red/blue flowers
giant apostle Iris .
These are the ones most in need of a new home.
may have some offsets at the end of the season?? gary


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Susie
lost your e mail lol . trying to first thin out the BIG stuff
and then might consider mailing?? When the gingers go dormant will be much easier Thanks gary


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Hi Gary, I'm located in Palm Beach county, just north of West Palm, I'd love to help you thin the bigger stuff, can bring tools if needed, too. Please let me know, weekends always work, I commute to Boca during the week and don't get off the train until 7 or later so weekday are out.


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Hi Gary, what a generous offer. I would love your orchids if you can ship. I can trade, pay postage or if your not up to getting new plants at this time I could trade a gift certificate to your favorite place.


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Bzzybee
These are the ones most in need of thinning
Variagated agave pups but around two feet in diameter.
White rather than yellow ,non curled leaves.
Bromeliads . Medium green type terrestriial with red flowers. large types.
assortment of Palm seedlings Areca/Queen /Bungalow
Several types of apostle Iris yellow /blue white and the much larger deep purple. Interested in any of these ??

keiki
the orchids are Epidendrm mostly radicans and Terete Vandas"Miss Joaquin " I believe.
Rearranging my grow area and need to make room for new additions.
Hoping to thin these locally if possible . hate using them for compost though lol Thanks gary


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Love the Florida brooms (bromeliads), great to edge my fence so the little doggies don't get out, gladly add new agaves to my xeriscape/cactus bed, Iris yes, will have to see the type of palms you have, I know Areca I don't want as I have already, queen I'll skip too tall for me and bungalow no idea, if I like them I might take them, too. But I'll gladly help you work on the plants so you get what you need done and I get to add to my little jungle. Next Saturday or Sunday works for me, let me know!


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bzzybee
That would be ideal just give me a time on either day .
i'm located at 4412 Arbor way Palm Beach gardens
You can Email me directly if you need directions??
Thanks gary


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