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By normando
Posts:  56
Joined:  Sat Feb 09, 2013 3:04 am
So iv got alot of D.capensis "wide" seeds with more on the way
I also have 2 small 3in pots w/2small Capensis "wide" plants ea
In them im willing to trade, there frim leaf cutings so thier actualy
growing prety fast, thier about 4in high or so. I also have a couple
small D.belezana "nightmare" plants for trade also from leaf cutings
but they're dormant right now (probly best time to send them actualy)
Iv got some S.x readii "alabama red" open polinated seed left over as well
as a very limited amount of D.filiformis "florida red" seed id be willing to
part with I think. So lets see. Ill recap to maje it easier, sorry fir rambling
1. Capensis "wide" seed and 2 established cuttings.
2. D. belezana "nightmare" dormant plants(2pots2plants per pot)
3. S.x readii "alabama red" (open polinated) seeds
4. Small pack of D. filiformis "florida red" seed.
Make me some offers! Iv never traded before so im down for anything!
By normando
Posts:  56
Joined:  Sat Feb 09, 2013 3:04 am
Heys guys sorry for taking so ling to reply so to answer your questions, I live on the central coast of california in a small town called Morro Bay. As for the meaning of "open pollinated" I believe it means that the seed are from plants that were pollinated naturaly by bees or other insects so I thinkthe seed could show any number of genetics having been polinated by any number of species so the seed came frome S.x readii plants but no one will know what the offspring will look like having been pollinated openly by insects carying polen from a lot of different species. Sorry kinda rambled there hope I didnt confuse anyone but im prety sure thats the definition in a nutshell.
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