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Miranda



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PostSubject: Free to Good Home   Mon Nov 08, 2010 11:14 am

I have three plants to give away, a good sized common variety echeveria, a couple of small stapelias that I grew from cuttings and a trailing succulent with stiff grey-green leaves and pink daisy-like flowers which is far too big for pot cultivation and would suit a rockery. All healthy but becoming potbound. Unfortunately I have no room for these plants so if anyone would like to come and take them I'd be grateful. I am in Croydon, Victoria and will also be at the CSSA show in Mt Waverley on Saturday morning if anyone would like to pick them up from there Smile
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