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HAVE: Strongylodon macrobotrys--Green Jade Vine

Posted by bihai z8B FL (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 21, 06 at 21:20

I have a very large, rooted specimen of the Green Jade Vine to trade. This plant measures somewhere between 10-20 ft with multiple leads and is rooted in a 6" container. The container MUST accompany the plant. Because of this, it limits the states I can mail to.

I can NOT mail this plant to:
CA, TX, LA, AZ, HI, or Puerto Rico.

This is a rare and expensive tropical liana. You would pay $30 for a tiny 4" pot maybe a foot or two long from an online mail order place, providing you can find this plant in stock. It is very hard to propagate.

I am looking for a trade of multiple hoyas for this vine. I have been looking specificaly for these hoyas, but would consider anything anyone offers.

Hoya Imperialis
Hoya Big Mac JJ
Hoya macillivrayi Pandus Creek
" " " Perfecta
Hoya cv Optimistic
Hoya cv Ruthie

Thank you for your consideration, here is a photo of the plant for trade:
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RE: HAVE: Strongylodon macrobotrys--Green Jade Vine

Please clarify -- is this a Hoya or not?

RE: HAVE: Strongylodon macrobotrys--Green Jade Vine

No, it isn't a hoya. Its an extremely rare tropical liana that has turquoise flowers. The color of the flowers is unique in the plant world. The vine is native to the Phillipines and is also called Emerald Creeper. People who like Hoyas and other vines usually would kill for this plant. Its very hard to locate and expensive.

The vine I had for trade has been traded. Its possible I might have more in the future.

RE: HAVE: Strongylodon macrobotrys--Green Jade Vine

Please look at my trade page and I have started lots of tropicals from seed,maybe when another is ready I'll have something cool you'd like to trade for..I would kill for one..well maybe not but I have been looking at it in logee's.I think i need one,even if I have to buy it..heehee

RE: HAVE: Strongylodon macrobotrys--Green Jade Vine

  • Posted by bihai zone 9 (My Page) on
    Mon, Feb 12, 07 at 17:35

Hi nature farmer,
I am rooting a few more, and I did take a look at your trade page. I didn't see anything there that caught my eye. If you'd like to look at MY trade page, you can see what I might be interested in. One thing I am VERY interested in is Hoya imbricada. ANother is shingle plants (like Rhaphidophoras). ANother is tassel ferns (Lycopodium species).
I'm sorry, but I can't sell you a Jade Vine. I gave up my nursery license and I don't sell plants anymore.

RE: HAVE: Strongylodon macrobotrys--Green Jade Vine

I'm new here, looking for Strongylodon macrobotrys-green jade vine plant, will trade with my orchids.

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