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WANTED: Jasmine Sambac, Grand Duke of Tuscany

Posted by senjanevada 9 (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 21, 08 at 23:57

I want Jasmine Sambac, Grand Duke of Tuscany so bad. I am looking for plants. I did try to plant from cuttings, did not work out.

In return, I have a new small epiphylum wonderama plant and also no ID yellow epi plant. I planted them last summer from cuttings. I also have many Peanut Cactus available to trade. Sasbe or postage also fine.

Thank you so so much.

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RE: WANTED: Jasmine Sambac, Grand Duke of Tuscany

Received several rooted plants of Sambac Jasmine, still looking for Grand Duke of Tuscany Jasmmine and willing to trade my new Sambac to GD Tuscany.

Thank you.

RE: WANTED: Jasmine Sambac, Grand Duke of Tuscany

Hi! I have several plants of Jasmine Sambac "Grand Duke of Tuscany" in my garden. I would be willing to trade one of them for your Epiphyllum "Wonderama", if you're still interested. The flowers on mine are the so-called "triple" ones, with extremely doubled flowers (like a small gardenia). Is that the one you are looking for?


RE: WANTED: Jasmine Sambac, Grand Duke of Tuscany

Hi Michael, thanks for your response.

Yes, I do still want Jasmine plants. The plants I purchased couple months ago (13 plants) did not survive cold winter here in hi-desert. My mistake, I did not take them inside.

Snow-storm last month killed some of my baby epi plants. I'll see if there's some left. I saw several new leaves just come out from mother plant. It may be healthier soon in Spring. Will you hold the trade 'til end of Feb?

I also look for rare cactus plants, do you plant cacti?

Let me know.


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