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have: cacao (east bi) for ?

Posted by cherylquest 9b-10 (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 20, 11 at 0:03

I put a cacao in the ground for a year and then saw it was unhappy at my elevation (2500 ft Glenwood). It grew some but needs a new home. I dug it up and it is in a 3 gallon pot now, about 2 ft tall with some new tip growth.

I would like to trade it for a 1 gallon or bigger mountain apple, kumquat, unusual ornamental such as saracenia (pitcher plant - not nepanthes please), cymbidium, or ??

here's hoping... Jasmine

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RE: have: cacao (east bi) for ?

  • Posted by steiconi 12b-Big Island, Hawa (My Page) on
    Fri, Nov 23, 12 at 21:21

Did you ever find a home for your cacao?
I don't have the plants you're looking for, but I do have loads of pink water lily keiki. Frankly, you can have some lilies even if there's no cacao available...
I'm in Hawaiian Acres.

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