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want to trade

Posted by johndp8888 Oahu, Hawaii (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 19, 08 at 0:33

There has been very little interest in the exchange portion of this site. I just put up an offer of various native hawaiian and polynesian plants such as veriegated Noni on the exchange. Lets see if we can get the exchange going again.

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RE: want to trade

I am on Oahu and am interested in Native Hawaiian plants to trade. Though not varigated Noni. New to this forum. Do you have a list of what you are looking for, or what you have?

RE: want to trade

I have Lama, Noni, various Pritchardia "Loulu" palms, ground covers, Ohai, Naio, Naio papa, Dwarf Hau, Papala, Maua, Sometimes Dellisia, some Maile. If I can figure out how to add to my info page I will add more. If not send me your E mail address and I will send you the entire list. I also can get to Amy Greenwell in Capt Cook to pick up nearly anything they grow.

RE: want to trade

quite a collection! me email is I would like to see what you have. then of course, I hope I have anything worth trading. right now, i have aalii seedlings.. Have you had luck airlaying ohia lehua? of your list, I am interested in the Lama. Are you looking for anything>

RE: want to trade

I live on the mainland and am seeking any and all kalo varieties from Hawaiian gardeners and enthusiasts. Especially the heirloom varieties that are getting harder and harder to find. I'm not allowed to ship plants back to the Islands tho - so if there's any other way to compensate you, let me know.

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