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WANTED: Costus barbatos

Posted by BobbiH z10 San Diego (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 19, 05 at 17:00

Would like any and all costus. Didn't think they would grow here in San Diego but just saw them and I want them!!!!! I have rooted passionflower Coral Glow, rooted brugs, shredded white, double white and single white, peach versicolor. Have seedlings of Green Goddess Callas, these have a flower that can be a foot long and variegated green and white or check my have list. Please help me out


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RE: WANTED: Costus barbatos

  • Posted by Katkin 9b/10a PSL,Fl (My Page) on
    Sun, Oct 23, 05 at 7:52

I have several costus gingers, I could trade with you, if you are still interested. Do you have other rooted passion vines? We have traded twice before. If you don't hear from me right away, it's because we lost power from another hurricane. But I will get back to you. I'll be honest, the postage on the tubers will be high, so I'll need it to be worth my expense.:)


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RE: WANTED: Costus barbatos

costas do fine here[los angeles]
have barbatas if you still are looking


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RE: WANTED: Costus barbatos

I have Costus barbatos, and would be willing to dig you some for Shasta Daisies. Mission Hills area.


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RE: WANTED: Costus barbatos

I have costus spicata that I would like to trade for some of your blue eyed grass.
Barb


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