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HAVE: Plumeria, Passiflora, Clematis

Posted by sotexas (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 8, 08 at 3:27

Have: PLUMERIA: Plumeria seeds - just taken from pods. Got mixed but are from a white w/yellow center tree and a pink tree. Won't bloom true to parent plant. Large plumeria trees [all in excess of 5ft]. One each white, yellow and pink. PASSIFLORA: Constance Elliot [White] passiflora plants. Largish plants that have been pot grown and are more than ready to be planted! CLEMATIS: Sweet Autumn [white w/vanilla fragrance] plants. Clematis are young plants just starting to 'vine'. Looking for daylilies [any color except yellow]; other Clematis or ?
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RE: HAVE: Plumeria, Passiflora, Clematis

Where are you located??


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RE: HAVE: Plumeria, Passiflora, Clematis

wish i had some of your wants!


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RE: HAVE: Plumeria, Passiflora, Clematis

I have some orange daylilies that I need to dig and seperate. Would love to trade for white clematis if you are interested. Lynda


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RE: HAVE: Plumeria, Passiflora, Clematis

UPDATE. Passiflora plants have gone. Note: I have received emails from the above 3 users however as you have chosen to keep your email addresses hidden, I was unable to reply to your emails. I do NOT track people down.


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RE: HAVE: Plumeria, Passiflora, Clematis

orry, I am new here and I haen't figured out how it all works.


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RE: HAVE: Plumeria, Passiflora, Clematis

Hi - I have red flower /cannas, the variegated bengal tiger canna with green/cream leaves makes a yellow flower, mixed daylilies.
I read your page - it was pretty blank. What else are you looking for? Would like to trade. Plmk.
Thank you. tina-2


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RE: HAVE: Plumeria, Passiflora, Clematis

I have kwanzo daylilies if you are interested, if you live close by i'd be interested in the plumeria.


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RE: HAVE: Plumeria, Passiflora, Clematis

Tina, the reason there is nada on my page is that we were supposed to have left the U.S. last year but got delayed/had been downsizing accordingly. I donated truckloads of plants last yar and a few plants this year to the local Garden Club's sale; didn't have time to deliver the remainder before their sale i.e. what's listed here. Open to suggestions v what else/looking for. Not interested in cannas! Interested in daylilies - email me off forum.


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RE: HAVE: Plumeria, Passiflora, Clematis

If you still have the pink Plumeria & Autumm Clematis I am interested. I have daylilies to trade for them.
Debbie


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RE: HAVE: Plumeria, Passiflora, Clematis

Update: trees have been withdrawn. Still available: clematis [Sweet Autumn] and plumeria seeds. Note: these are *not* freebies.


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