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Matelea decipiens - Where can I get it?

Posted by geoforce z7a SE PA (My Page) on
Thu, May 25, 06 at 14:24

A saw a note in the name-that-plant forum which had a link to photos of this plant. Apparently an Ozark plant of zone 6-7, it looks almost too neat to believe. Being an old Okie hillbilly from the Ozark foothills, I really would like to grow this. As a member of the milkweed family, it should be fairly easy from seed. Actually all the species of this genus look interesting and enticing.

Does anyone know where seed for it can be had? The only source I could find in a fast Google search had a 'sold-out' on it.

George


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RE: Matelea decipiens - Where can I get it?

I have it growing at my place in the ozarks. give me a shout this fall and I will get you some seed.


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RE: Matelea decipiens - Where can I get it?

Hey huzzah!!

It's fall' but I cant get an eMail on you, so am resurecting this thread. Would sure love to get those seeds if they are available.

TIA

George


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