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WANTED: Varigated Leaf Hibiscus

Posted by thnkfl4plntz 7 (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 31, 09 at 22:32

I was visiting a greenhouse last year and saw in the back corner a hibiscus with green leaves and a pale yellow streak running through them. I asked the salesperson about it and she said it wasn't for sale and the owner wasn't available to ask if I could purchase a cutting. So, if anyone has a hibiscus with varigated leaves, I'd love to trade for a rooted or unrooted cutting. I have lots of Mother of 1000 (rooted) and Epiphyllums to trade. Please LMK, thanks, Joel.


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RE: WANTED: Varigated Leaf Hibiscus

I am rooting cuttings from 2 different vareigated ones now. One is red/white/green leaf (red wave), and the other one is green/white leaf (Cooperii). They are tip cuttings and should be ready in about another 12 days to ship.


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