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Large Black bamboo and phyllistachy vivac 'huangwenzu invers

by Nat9butter » 13 hours ago in PNW Palms and Exotics

Have the following bamboo for sale to local Vancouver Residents .
They are Tall. 12-15 foot. 1 to 2 culms. About quarter sized or thicker culms.

P nigra Folsom Giant in large pot 15 feet tall. $10.00
Smaller size available. $5,00 these are topped to 7 feet

Phyllistachy vivac huangwenzu inversaaa. 12 foot 1 culm. Nice green suk as on gold background. $7,00

Phyllistachy bambusoides 'castillonis' 3 culms about 9 feet. $7,00

Chusqeau culex 'Pieta Nigra' coffee color culms on mature wood, these are 7 foot
Immatures. $5.00

Also avail. Oleander starts. $1.00 each
These are hardy against a south or west wall of planted in March or April.
I have the following ollies: Lane Taylor Sealy,double yellow, ruby lace.

The following oleanders aren"t tested for cold hardiness.
Most are from Greek, Austrian. and Hungarian sources:

Ellas( suppose to be rise scented) Large blooms like plumeria

Gyongillagatu-lily of the valley scented

Double red clone from Louisiana nursery

Todra Atlas Mountains. Collected by owner of the oleander haus website. Austria

I am in the hazel dell area of Vancouver adjacent to Eisenhower elementary school.

My email is : nat9butter@ yahoo dot com or my cell

503 341-0670.

Bring large vehicle for boos. They can be transported horizontally with plastic sheeting rope and tarps. They are. Heavy. I have a hand truck to assist in moving the boos. Can possibly take them as intact root ball plants

Boos in pots need water in winter too to prevent complete dry out. Especially larger leaves varieties like vivac.

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Plant Identification - Succulent??

by Runboy » 3 months ago in PNW Palms and Exotics

Hey guys, been a while since I've checked in over here but I know there's some real plant savvy folks here.
A neighbor has this plant in his garden which came with the home when he purchased it and we are trying to identify it.
Any ideas what this thing is?


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WTB tropical fruit cuttings/scion wood

by gardenfreak » 7 months ago in Exchange Scions

Working on a little experiment/project and I am looking to buy for a reasonable price some cuttings/scion wood of the following fruits:
Wax Jambu
Barbados cherry
White guava
Star fruit
Let me know if you have any.
Thanks

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New crop of Trachycarpus wagnerianus seeds available

by Victorian » 7 months ago in PNW Palms and Exotics

I grow and sell Trachycarpus wagnerianus seed (and Waggy hybrids) in Victoria, Canada. I have a fresh crop. If interested, please visit my web site http://waggieseeds.webs.com/.

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Wanted Golden Harvey Apple Scion

by Xprmntl » 8 months ago in Exchange Scions

I'm looking to acquire or trade for some Golden Harvey scions. I have Parmar, Hewe's Crab, Frequin Rouge.

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