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HAVE: Vareigated Hibiscus Rooted Cuttings

Posted by jardineria 8 (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 14, 09 at 11:24

I have rooted cuttings of both Cooperii and Red Wave. All have well established roots, about 10" tall taken from tips, and some even trying to bloom already. Interested in Orange, Red, Pink, and Lavender hibiscus, Epiphyllium, Texamo, Bird of Paradise, or any other tropical plant.

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RE: HAVE: Vareigated Hibiscus Rooted Cuttings

I would love to trade, I have red hibiscus, and Haight ashbury which also is a varigated variety cuttings.. unrooted, but can send as many as you would like, thanks.. Willy

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