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wanted: wanted: longans or cutting to plant?

Posted by bigpaulie1972 9B FL (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 16, 09 at 18:35

I have been looking everywhere for Longans this year and can't seem to find any. If anyone has any cuttings or rooted cuttings I would love to buy some or trade a few small flowering trees I am growing; (Apple Blossom Cassia, Colvilles Glory, Royal Poinciana)


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RE: wanted: wanted: longans or cutting to plant?

Wish you weren't so far away. I'm way down in Sarasota County. If my longan doesn't bloom this year, I'm cutting it down. Would be happy for you to come take it. It's 7 years old, and I think it's too warm here in the winter to induce blooming.


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