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HAVE: Elephant ears, Brugs, Bilbergia Pyramidilis and More!

Posted by gardendee 8b- FL (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 29, 08 at 7:39

I have rooted: bilbergia pyramidilis, aloe vera, ornamental pineapple (ananas nanus), white butterfly ginger, elephant ears, white gardenia, stevia, purple mexican petunia, pink coneflower, green ivy, spider plants, nephthytis (butterfly vine), variegated dieffenbachia, lemon grass and cannas (green with red flowers & tropicana).
I have cuttings of: seven sister's roses, climbing rose with double miniature red flowers, yellow & salmon brugs, green gardenia, variegated gardenia (red/pink & white/green) and green, charteuse or purple sweet potatoes.
Looking for red crinum or any unusual/variegated plant for zone 8b. Tempt me with what you have.


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RE: HAVE: Elephant ears, Brugs, Bilbergia Pyramidilis and More!

Hi,I'm sending you a e-mail.Debbie

RE: HAVE: Elephant ears, Brugs, Bilbergia Pyramidilis and More!

I am interested in your elephant ears and your purple sweet potato I have some tropical seeds papaya,passionfruit,cassabanana,pepino,star apple,kiwi,dragonfruit,custard apple,sugar apple,and some cuttings from dwarf var. trees plum,apricot,nectarine and some seedlings of above, thanks

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