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Endemic Hawaiian Plants

Posted by jay2008 HI (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 24, 08 at 17:32

Hi I have a native garden of endemics and would like to add more specimens to broaden the genetic base as well as add more species to my garden. I will exchange seeds with you or we can work something out. I know this is a lot to ask but does anyone out there grow Hibiscadelphus, Kokia, Alectryon, Pleomele, Reynoldsia, Euphorbia, Senna or Caesalpinia. It doesn't matter which species you have or from what island the parent comes from, I like them all. Thanks you guys hope you can help

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RE: Endemic Hawaiian Plants

I grow the Reynoldsia and have a source for the Senna. Most of these are available from Amy Greenwell on the big island.

Where are you located? I may be able to help.

RE: Endemic Hawaiian Plants

Thanks johndp8888. I'm new to this sight so I wasn't sure how to reply so I sent you an e-mail. Hope I did it correctly

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