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HAVE: variegated tropical hibiscus ''snow queen''

Posted by tina_2 zone8 tx (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 23, 07 at 13:04

Hi all. I have cuttings of the variegated tropical hibiscus ''snow queen''. The foliage is white with green and pink.The flowers are red. These will root in a cup of water ! Also, they can flower when only 8 - inches tall, as mine did. I can email the pictures to you. For these - I would like some banana plants. Thanks - tina_2


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RE: HAVE: variegated tropical hibiscus ''snow queen''

Hi, I am interested in your hibiscus cuttings, I have 2 aprox 1 ft tall fruiting banana pups. Email me directly if you want to trade, I don't allways get the gw messages. Thanks


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