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WANTED: Any good hearted Brugmansia owners out there?

Posted by dallasgarden z8 Dallas (My Page) on
Fri, Dec 15, 06 at 22:45

I thought I'd try this one last post, a bit late, but what the heck fellow Texans. I'm looking for a Brug cutting in exchange for a Yellow Plumeria cutting. My Plumeria has been the best heat tolerant continual bloomer for Dallas. If you can part with one of yours, I'd appreciate it.


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RE: WANTED: Any good hearted Brugmansia owners out there?

Hi Dallasgarden,
I have several brug's in my little greenhouse. Although I can't remember which one is which color, I will be glad to send you some cuttings. They root easily after a few days drying. Please let me know if you would like to make a switch.

Hope Porter


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RE: WANTED: Any good hearted Brugmansia owners out there?

Definitely interested. How many Plumeria cuttings would you like? Three for three? If you're interested send meyour address and I'll put them in the mail. My email is cj@rainmakeradv.com


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RE: WANTED: Any good hearted Brugmansia owners out there?

Dallasgarden, email me if you are interested in several cultivars of brugs -- I now have about many different ones.


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RE: WANTED: Any good hearted Brugmansia owners out there?

Dallasgarden, I now have a bunch of extra brungs for trade.I am currently collecting Plumeria, palms and honeysuckle if interested in a trade let me know.


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RE: WANTED: Any good hearted Brugmansia owners out there?

Got my brugs fast...everyone thanks for your help. I'm taking this post down for now. Merry Christmas.


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