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WANTED: Chiritas

Posted by karan_in_oregon Zone 8 Oregon (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 14, 08 at 12:42

I have 3 Chiritas that are rooted plants that are leggy, they have leaves that could be rooted. They are named plants but I don't have the names of them. I would trade them for Episcias or Begonias.
I also have 3 other Chiritas that I can send leaves of. I just don't grow them very well. They are 2 1/2 years old and have never bloomed. I also have 3 or 4 rooted cuttings of Begonia 'Cathederal Wihndows'. This was the name on the tag, but it might be Cathederal.
I can trade these when it is a bit cooler, we are getting close to 100 for the week.

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