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HAVE: Split leaf philodendron and ficus

Posted by lynnmariep86 8 DFW (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 2, 13 at 9:27

They have outgrown my patio and need to go to a good home. The Ficus is about 8 feet tall and in a too small pot. You can't go wrong with it. I've had it for about 10 years and it even got left out one winter several years back and bounced back. The philodendron just keeps growing and growing! Very tropical looking. The pot has got to be worth $50 by itself, but I just can't bear to throw away a plant I've babied for so long. I'll trade for whatever you got.


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RE: HAVE: Split leaf philodendron and ficus

I would love your ficus ... but I don't have any plants right now to trade. Is there any other gardening-type stuff you need? Where in the Dallas area do you live?


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RE: HAVE: Split leaf philodendron and ficus

Robin,

I live in Mesquite. You can email me at lynnmariep86@yahoo.com and I'll give you my address. I really don't need anything. You'll be giving me ROOM on my patio! I'm going to just go buy a smaller version of the same thing anyway. I like the looks of it, but it is just too big.


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RE: HAVE: Split leaf philodendron and ficus

Dang. I wont be in your area until the summer. That philo is beautiful.


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RE: HAVE: Split leaf philodendron and ficus

I don't live far from you Lynnmarie. I live over by the rodeo. We should do an in-person trade sometime.

Darlene


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RE: HAVE: Split leaf philodendron and ficus

I don't live far from you Lynnmarie. I live over by the rodeo. We should do an in-person trade sometime.

Darlene


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