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HAVE: 5 year old palmetto for the spring swap

Posted by green1 7a (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 15, 06 at 23:12

I plan on bringing a 5 year old palmetto seedling to the spring swap. This plant has survived outside on the North side of my garage for the last 2 1/2 years. I will need something special in trade. Tempt me!


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RE: HAVE: 5 year old palmetto for the spring swap

Nuclear Brugmansia, perhaps?

By the way, which swap? Since they are getting to be more prevalent you need to be more specific.


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RE: HAVE: 5 year old palmetto for the spring swap

That's quite a Brug. what does it look like in natural light?
The Spring Swap I'm talking about is the Mid-Tn swap.

Here is a link that might be useful: MID TN PLANT SWAP


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RE: HAVE: 5 year old palmetto for the spring swap

Joe you're such a show-off.

How about a Musa Banana that's neither nuclear or atomic?


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RE: HAVE: 5 year old palmetto for the spring swap

Sorry Jeff, Don't need no more 'naners. The palmetto is looking kinda rugged right now on account of being dug up. It may not make it to the swap.


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