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Does anyone have Yellow Carolina milkweed?

Posted by dizzy45vines 5N (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 19, 08 at 21:40

am looking for The yellow Carolina milkvine (Matelea flavidula) is generally described as a Perennial Vine or Forb or herb. This Dicot (dicotyledon) is native to the U.S. I am growing the Maroon Carolensis which is just beautiful flowers are really small but it is a wonderful vine for my butterflies..

Check my list or ask me about my new items some are tropical vines and plants and hard to finds.


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Apparently not

que te vaya bien.

RE: Does anyone have Yellow Carolina milkweed?

I have not given up yet Don!!!


RE: Does anyone have Yellow Carolina milkweed?

You might try checking at some of the places mentioned in this link.

RE: Does anyone have Yellow Carolina milkweed?

Thanks GoneBananas,
Already did that it is not even listed I checked!!


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