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have: immediate trade/free-pots and spineless pear cactus

Posted by amgine z9 Houston (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 30, 07 at 19:55

I am cleaning up a spiky garden project, my roommates did not agree with my vision of a garden, so I have several plastic pots some small, some larger, some long and rectangular (good for herbs). I also have two big pots of spineless pear cactus, one yucca plant, and a some small sago palms. If you want to give me a small house plant, that would be fine, I prefer purple ones, otherwise if you can use any of this it is free for the taking. I am in west houston, inside the beltway, so you would have to come pick it up. Let me know soon!

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RE: have: immediate trade/free-pots and spineless pear cactus

Do you still have anything available? I would be interested in any of the plants, or the rectangular pots, but don't have much to offer. I have a bunch of Bromeliad pups(don't know what kind, but they'll root anywhere) that are green with hints of purple, and a tiny Cryptanthus Bromeliad pup(hasn't rooted yet). I also have a couple extra Daffodils(Paperwhites) that are just starting to put up leaves, or could take a couple cuttings of my Hoya nummularioides.

And I live pretty close to where you are, I'm right on the Beltway.
My email is katliketheef at yahoo . com :)

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