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have: no id plummie cuttings

Posted by wanna_run_faster 10 SoFLA /9 orl (My Page) on
Fri, Dec 28, 07 at 22:38

I have many NO ID plummie cuttings, some have bloomed and I know the colors, others have not. Given the cold temps in most of the country, we can arrange future trades if you're interested and I can start rooting them for you.

I am interested in Zone 10 things only please - especially heliconias & gingers I don't have, all bromeliads, or make offer.

Thanks, and Happy New Year.
WRF


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RE: have: no id plummie cuttings

are you interested in Brugmasia?


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RE: have: no id plummie cuttings

You have many beautiful tropicals! It looks like you are having lots of fun with them. Since you have such nice brugs, have you tried daturas? They are not as large as brugs, and flowers do not hang down. I have seeds to one that is double flowered, purple on the outside and white on the inside. Don't know if you like to try things from seeds, but if you are interested, I'll see how my seed store is on this. I'd recommend this datura if you like brugs, and are looking for zone 10 plants.


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RE: have: no id plummie cuttings

I know this was posted a bit ago, but I have a heliconia, no name. I can supply a photo if interested.Or maybe some other trade of green. I am also in south FL, Ft Lauderdale.

girlsaylor


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