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HAVE: Hefty sections of Alpinia purpurata 'Eileen McDonald' (Pin

Posted by bihai z8B FL (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 30, 06 at 11:23

I have decided to ax this plant from my greenhouse, mainly because I already have 3 other large stands of A. purp and wish to use the space for something new.

Will send nice divisions (not a skimpy one plant/one rhizome trade) bareroot with topgrowth removed.

Looking for:
Erythina crista galli plants
Lychee seedlings
Lotus tubers
named bromeliads, especially billbergia hybrids and neoregelias and dyckias
variegated tapioca
colocasia Big Dipper
colocasia Coffee Cups
make offer...?

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RE: HAVE: Hefty sections of Alpinia purpurata 'Eileen McDonald'

  • Posted by bobbih z10 San Diego (My Page) on
    Mon, May 1, 06 at 9:29

Have nicely rooted ligularia or some rooted named salivas. Would have to check the names later today. Also have seed pods from Green Goddess Calla Lily- would many about 100 plants, easy to propagate. Makes a great long lasting cut flower, wholesale price per stem $3. My flowers get almost 5' tall!Let me know if you're interested. Bobbi

RE: HAVE: Hefty sections of Alpinia purpurata 'Eileen McDonald'

I have several neoregelias. Will check for names.

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