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WANTED: Passiflora Capsularis seeds or plant

Posted by XCountry695 z5b Me (My Page) on
Fri, Dec 16, 05 at 14:01

Hi I am very new at this I have blue lupine seeds if anyone is interested. Maine blueberries as a plant unrooted because I don't know how to root plants. I also have Climging hydrangea which I can send in spring as a rooted plant, they sprout roots when you burry them in soil. Tell me what you want I can send you a cutting from an apple tree that is over 140 years old!!! please let me know.
Thanks a lot,

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RE: WANTED: Passiflora Capsularis seeds or plant

Gregory, I have babies growing in the greenhouse but the problem is shipping from coast to coast and it's to cold to send now. I'll do for prioroty postage in the spring if you would like?

karma 'Happy Toes' Gardens
Pacific Northwest

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