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HAVE: Free Queen's Tears & Trade

Posted by penny_grow Mich. (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 22, 06 at 0:48

I have 6 Queen's Tears - agave americana marginata plants, they have yellow margins w/green centers in the leaves. These plants have sawed tooth edging, I barely trim the spines from each leaf of mine for easy of handeling. This does not seem to hurt the plant, but that will be up to you to do so if you choose. I also would like to get a start of a Maypop, think it's passiflouria incarnata, that has been grown in Mich or an area that has winter weather like Mich. if anyone has one or for trade of one of the Queen's Tears Plants, a jade plant or even small Chinese elms for bonsai. I also have a small section of a Sansevieria Cylindrica that is broken at the tip and will cut & let seal over for trade as well. Rooting the S. Cylindrica takes time & patiences is needed. I'm in zone 5, Battle Creek, Mich. I will take photos to send to anyone that is interested. Thanks, Penny_grow


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RE: HAVE: Free Queen's Tears & Trade

  • Posted by scot z5 (My Page) on
    Thu, Apr 12, 07 at 18:20

i dont have any of your listed wants, do you have any interest in (and i am not home, so i dont know species off hand, but can look when i get there) aloe species, hardy opuntia cacus, or something else. i will be in b. creek in a couple weeks for a conference and could work out a trade then


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