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Posted by blackwillow TX (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 24, 11 at 6:52

Hi. I have several American Dragon fruit cuttings that I would like to trade for elephant ears or non dwarf bananas. I can meet in Lowe's parking lot in Plano on Central Expressway. I have too many cuttings and I don't have room for their eventual size. Thanks

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Would you be interested in a native Texas elderberry? Beyond that I have a variety of native plants and shrubs. Thanks.

RE: HAVE: dragon fruit

Hi I would love to try elderberry. What other native plants and shrubs do you have? Sorry it took so long for me to respond.

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