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HAVE: Rooted brevialata cuttings

Posted by quinnfyre z7 PA (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 4, 10 at 17:34

I finally got around to repotting my EA brevialata today. Not surprisingly, it was a pot of numerous rooted cuttings. I kept some for myself but have some to spare. I'm looking to trade for cuttings of obscura, ideally, but I'm also looking for: chlorantha, yellow heuschkeliana, or limoniaca.

I'm also willing to consider 6 in hanging pots with a good sized attached saucer - not one of those saucers that are shallow and end up spilling water all over the place because it is A: shallow, and B: flush with the bottom of the pot so you can't see in to know that it is filling with runoff water : )

The cuttings have good sized root systems, and are at least about 6 inches long. Let me know if you want to trade!


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RE: HAVE: Rooted brevialata cuttings

Don't have these anymore. Some didn't make it, and the others went to a local friend.


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