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HAVE: Baby Century Plant type plant

Posted by estheramgr z8 GA (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 20, 05 at 16:51

Looking for a cactus person in the Atlanta area to adopt a tenacious little baby- I think it's a Century Plant, but I don't know anything about this type of plant. Elongated spiny-edged leaves. Person who gave it to me said it grows huge.

Someone gave me this as a throw-in to an exchange, and it has survived an entire winter in my dark garage in a sealed plastic bag, and a whole summer in a pot on my stoop. I just don't have anywhere to put it (I'm all shade and small spaces), but it's such a little survivor that I feel wrong not giving it a good home.

Email if you want it!

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RE: HAVE: Baby Century Plant type plant

I will save your plant. I plan to live til it blooms anyway.

RE: HAVE: Baby Century Plant type plant

I have had no reply about your Century plant either here or in email..... What's up?

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