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HAVE: Linearis cuttings

Posted by peanut01 7VA (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 5, 11 at 21:27

I have very generous sized Linearis cuttings. I would like to trade for other that I may not have.

Here is the mother plant.

Let me know what you have available and we can trade. Maybe we can trade others too. I have several that are ready for cuttings to be taken.


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RE: HAVE: Linearis cuttings

I would say . . . I'd LOVE to trade . . . but I've killed three linearis, already. I think it's time to give up on this one! :)


RE: HAVE: Linearis cuttings

I have hoya Krimson Queen, Nummaroides(sp?), cummingiana, and hoya carnosa.

I'd love some of those cuttings, they're beautiful!

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RE: HAVE: Linearis cuttings

Just wanted to say your mother plant is BEAUTIFUL, David! And also thanks for the super generous cuttings, which rooted easily and are putting out new leaves like crazy. ^_^

RE: HAVE: Linearis cuttings

Hi David,

Well I've killed Linearis before too, but not for some time. I don't have loads to trade, but have a nice cutting of solid green Kerrii if that interests you, a strong, easy, vigorous grower. Also, some no ID, but cool looking all green (maybe Carnosa w/ Krinkle 8) w/ some interesting krinkle-like marks in it.

RE: HAVE: Linearis cuttings

  • Posted by geosdee Zone 8 FL Panhandle (My Page) on
    Sun, Jul 31, 11 at 11:53

Hey David,

I would love to trade, I have not tried to grow this one yet. We could do a multi trade if you like. Send me an email and let me know what you might be looking for and what else you might have to trade if you are interested.

Thanks, Dee

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