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HAVE: heliconia rostrata and jacquinii

Posted by keiki 10 FL (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 28, 11 at 9:59

I have both of these heliconias to trade.
My wish list:

michelia figo - banana shrub
michelia champaca
aglaia odorata
black surnam cherry
hedychium vanilla ice
aristolochia fimbiata
heat loving alstroemeria
named heat tolerant orchids
edibles I don't have
your hand made items or crafts

At this time I am only interested in trading for rooted plants, no seeds or cuttings please. Feel free to tempt me with anything fragrant, edible, or beautiful that is zone 10 compatable


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RE: HAVE: heliconia rostrata and jacquinii

I have rooted male and female kiwis as well as dragonfruit cuttings to trade .Would you be interested ?


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RE: HAVE: heliconia rostrata and jacquinii

You have know idea how long I have been hankering for a heliconia rostrata. I would be over the moon to have one. I am also seeking any sort of flowering bog or pond plant such as water lilies, lotus, pickerel etc.

I have lots of exotic plants, many of which I don't know the names for. Amongst them I have at least six gingers, a heliconia (although I believe it's the same as the other one you own), lilies of variuos sorts, fuschias, a philodendron with , some strange and obscure aram, and a number of bromeliads, some more common and some rare 3 colors of daturas, etc. I can try to take pics or can send you a surprise packet. Let me know.


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RE: HAVE: heliconia rostrata and jacquinii

I have michelia figo and michelia champaca fresh cutting if you want to swap heliconia rostrata, let me know.


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