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WANTED: Hoya any species: for other types of plants

Posted by foxwichya 7b (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 27, 08 at 17:08

I have recently gotten interested in Hoyas and would like just about any species of Hoya rooted or unrooted cuttings. I dont have any Hoya to trade. I would gladly pay for shipping. Or, I do have some Aloes, Sansevieria, Dyckia, Hechtia, and a few other succulent type plants. I also have some nice hard to find yard plants that are hardy to zone 7 like Manihot grahamii and others. IF interested my contact info is on my member page.


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RE: WANTED: Hoya any species: for other types of plants

Hi,

I have Hoya 'fungii' (rooted)..
am interested in the Dyckia (is Hechtia also a bromeliad???)PLMK if interested...
Thanks,
Chellflower


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