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wanted: have: misc. rooted

Posted by greedyghost 5 (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 3, 13 at 11:37

A while back, I rooted the Hoyas below. Most are on the small side, but they have been going a long while and are nice and sturdy with good root systems. If you are interested, send me an email ( with your trade list.

My space is limited, so I can only accept Hoyas or Dischidias in trade, but I am quite satisfied with small cuttings.

australis Lizard Isle
australis rupicola
obscura white form
aff. micrantha epc 123
aff. erythrostemma iml 1422
aff. parasitica lao 2
obscura var. longifolia
aff. arnottiana

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