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HAVE: Rooted Plumeria for Palm....

Posted by tropicalfreak z10b Hollywood (My Page) on
Thu, May 18, 06 at 19:03

i have a rooted plumeria "cool aid"... is a pink, for a palm...or ice cream banana or musa saba


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RE: HAVE: Rooted Plumeria for Palm....

How about a butia capitata--aka pindo palm, jelly palm


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RE: HAVE: Rooted Plumeria for Palm....

thanks chester,

but i have that one already....at the orlando house...thanks..cliff


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I have a triangle palm (about 5 ft tall)...how large is the plumeria


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lol... sorry ninated, but i'm live in the hollywood on the east coast... lol in south florida... sorry...triangle palm would be a nice trade... : )

the plumies are 2-3 ft tall...and most are blooming...
cliff


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RE: HAVE: Rooted Plumeria for Palm....

  • Posted by thga 10-ish SF Bay Area (My Page) on
    Mon, Jun 12, 06 at 19:38

My Ice Cream/Java has a very handsome pup if you're still looking for a trade . . .

Chris - THGA


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RE: HAVE: Rooted Plumeria for Palm....

i have costa rica bamboo palm seeds, I am not into palms but into plumeria email me if interested


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RE: HAVE: Rooted Plumeria for Palm....

I am looking for plumeria - let me know what you have...


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