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HAVE: hardy cacti/rock garden

Posted by danleese 6 PA (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 15, 06 at 11:13

i am moving to the tropics and need a good home for my hardy cacti and succulents. Twenty species of winter hardy cacti, two species agave, hesperaloe, a dozen or so species sempervivum, a dozen or so sedum, other rock garden plants. all happy here in the ground through winter. pics and descriptions available. let's talk.

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RE: HAVE: hardy cacti/rock garden

OK, lets talk! I have some sunny spaces in my yard!

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