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WANTED: Ixora cutting

Posted by granna Spring TX, Zone9 (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 12, 06 at 15:59

I saw a beautiful Ixora bush the other day and can't seem to find one locally. If anyone has a cutting or two they would be willing to part with, I would very much appreciate trying to get a cutting rooted. They are soooo pretty. I think the one I saw was called "Maui".

Thanks so much.


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RE: WANTED: Ixora cutting

Have you tried posting on the Plants Exchange Forum?

Best luck!

RE: WANTED: Ixora cutting

the houston garden center at 45 & 1960 had a whole bunch of them last fall.

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