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new: succulant collectors exchange sedums, hens and chicks

Posted by myohhmy z5 MICH (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 3, 07 at 9:51

Any other succulant collectors out there intersted in doing a spring swap?

If theres intest I will work out more of the details. post here if your interested and what type of sedum / succulant/ hens and chick varitey you have enough to part with and trade for a new type

You would send to me and include enough postage for me to mail same size box to you. If you give me 10 types you would get 10 types and a bonus from me.


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RE: new: succulant collectors exchange sedums, hens and chicks

Is this for plants or seeds?


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RE: new: succulant collectors exchange sedums, hens and chicks

I might be interested in a trade but not sending postage both ways unless lots more people sign up...I don't know all the names of mine,some I even bought from Lowe's and they are just called hybrid red and hybrid green..I have several other types of succulents,Is this for inside house plants or outside winter hardy succulents?Thanks,Jody


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RE: new: succulant collectors exchange sedums, hens and chicks

i am not sure why they are sent to you and then sent to a partner. would make more sense just to partner with someone after sign ups. i'll keep a watch of this and see how it progresses before i commit.


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RE: new: succulant collectors exchange sedums, hens and chicks

Everyone would send to me, then I would divide them and give them to everyone who is playing.

If each person sent directly to someone you would only get what they are trading. If sent to me than you would get some of everyones types.

If 5 people play and each have 3 types to trade you would get 12 new types instead of just one or two.

Sign up with what you have to trade so we do not get duplicates. Pictures would be great if you have them.


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RE: new: succulant collectors exchange sedums, hens and chicks

I too would love to do this if as earthly suggested we were each put with a partner to swap with.Just makes more sense to me to.I will keep a watch on this too.
Nancy


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RE: new: succulant collectors exchange sedums, hens and chicks

i'll pass, thanks.


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RE: new: succulant collectors exchange sedums, hens and chicks

im in. i have done other kind of trades and have gotten dirt with some sort of root, i imagine that it will be more controled if one person divides, and wont get any duplicate, right?? could send hen and chicks for someone who want and could get something else. norma


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RE: new: succulant collectors exchange sedums, hens and chicks

I'll have to pass on this one.Thanks tho


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RE: new: succulant collectors exchange sedums, hens and chicks

Me too postage both ways..I'll pass...


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