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HAVE: Ornamental Trees...Buckeyes

Posted by txaggiegirl TX 8b (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 8, 10 at 9:04

I have multiple 3 year old seedlings of Scarlet Buckeye (Aesculus pavia) and multiple 2 year old seedlings of Mexican Buckeye (Ungnadia speciosa)available for trade. These plants are the result of a consignment and are not stray seedlings from the garden. The plants are all 10" or higher with a strong central root and multiple leaves.

I am looking for dark-leaved elephant ears such as Black Magic, African Mask, any from the Hawaiian Series of Taro, or any named species or hybrid with unusual characteristics in the leaves.


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