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Pennsylvania (Zone 6b)
Garden Ideas: Level 1
Jun 17, 2014 8:50 PM CST
Some succulents? In two weeks I am going to combine some pots and will have extras to send for postage.

I have some Hardy Cactus too that I am going to thin out.

I need to have less pots to drag in this winter.

I am going to have this combining done by July 7th and will start sending.

Come and take a look and let me know where these babies are going.

This is the link/////////
The thread "Succulents & Cactus for postage" in Plant and Seed Trading forum

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Jun 18, 2014 1:29 PM CST
Man, it's too bad I'm out of space! Grumbling

Pennsylvania (Zone 6b)
Garden Ideas: Level 1
Jun 19, 2014 12:13 PM CST
There is always room for one more plant. Rolling on the floor laughing

I am having trouble bringing in a lot of pots, I have the space but not the energy to carry in a bunch of pots. I am going to combine them in fewer pots and make pot gardens. David and Bev have been my combining inspiration.

If I can get it down to 20 pots I can manage to have all the pretty sucs and be able to bring them in for the winter.

Jun 19, 2014 12:24 PM CST
Lol, I think I said that enough times to the point I really don't have any more space. If anyone so much grows a couple inches wider I think there's not going to be any more plant privacy around here. Hilarious!

I'd see what I could do combining them first before giving them away. I can imagine they're your babies and each one probably has a special place (okay, maybe there's one or two that you're like, "You can go!"... we've all had those kinds of plants) in your heart and I'd hate to see you get rid of them if you could manage to find a way to keep them.

I'd love to see what you end up combining together. There's a lady on here named Purpleinopp, she combines plants a lot. I think she combines more tropical (houseplants) plants together than C&S, but she's a good one to look to as well when it comes to combination planters.

Name: 'CareBear'

Sempervivums Hostas Dog Lover Irises Amaryllis Cactus and Succulents
Region: Pennsylvania
Jul 22, 2014 1:58 PM CST
To Cinta with thanks; what she gave me.
I was just told by Cinta that both colors are were sent. So I will have to separate them later.
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There was a great story about this plant and how Cinta found it.

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Name of this one I beleive is Haworthia rugosa closely related to Howorthia fasceata.
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And one I have been looking for quite awhile, Aloe variegata "Partridge breast aloe".Thumb of 2014-07-22/Stush2019/ad8190

Thanks again Cinta

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