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WANTED: Sinningia leuchotricha

Posted by mingtea z9 Tucson (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 31, 08 at 23:12

I'd like to get back into gesneriads, since i finally figured out how to grow things in arizona. i used to have a plant of S. leuchotricha that i gave to my mother before i moved here (she killed it), and would like to give it a go again.
I'm also looking for a few other gessies, including petrocosmeas and some micro-mini AV varieties, so please let me know what you have.

I don't have many gessies or AVs of my own, but if you are interested in any of the following, i'd be happy to trade!


*Hoyas: sulawesii, obovata, lacunosa, several unnamed varieties

* C&S: Ceropegia ampliata, Senecio stapeliaeformis, Dischidia pectinoides, Kalanchoes, Echeverias, Cissus cactiformis, Chamaecereus, many Echinopsis hybrids, Epiphyllum cuttings, many (many!) stapeliads including huernias, carallumas, stapelias, stapelianthus etc.

*Begonias: Several cane varieties, leaves of Fisher's ricinifolia, B. hydrocotylifolia, B. 'Tweedle Dum'

*Aquatic plants: tall Vallisnera, *small* clumps of phoenix feather Fissidens moss.


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