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Name: Debbie
kentucky
always on the hunt for new episcia
debbiej124
Aug 20, 2015 7:03 AM CST
looking to trade episcia cuttings for other episcia cuttings
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Name: Debbie
kentucky
always on the hunt for new episcia
debbiej124
Aug 23, 2015 8:50 AM CST
have over 40 varietys looking to trade for different ones

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Youngsville, LA (Zone 9b)
tabbycat
Sep 10, 2015 8:24 PM CST
Hi Debbie, I just started collecting these pretty & easy to grow plants since Feb. this year. I only have starter plants of 'Jim's Red Trail' to offer at this time. I traded a month ago for starter plants of 'Pink Panther', 'Lil Lemon', & 'Country Star'. As they grow I'll take snippets & put in water to get rooted starts for trades. Do you have 'J. Red Trail' or would you be interested in a start as a trade for one of these?
Lovey dubby I'm wishing for 'Star of Bethlehem' --- 'Ember Lace' --- 'Suomi' --- 'Gray Lady' --- 'Jim's Persian Carpet' --- 'Edge of Night' - 'Jim's Lemon Zest'. Any or all would be welcome.
I grow african violets & have small starter plants of about 8 named beauties ( a couple are Russians) I can trade or I am also willing to send up to $6 for the small priority box ($5.95) if you have a few small starter plants or cuttings. I send up to 5 a.v. babies moist wrapped & out of pots easily in that box.
Well just get back with what you think. Be Blessed, Trudy

joann72444
Apr 30, 2016 12:52 PM CST
I an interested in acquiring more epsicia but cannot locate any one selling them can u help
Name: Lin
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plantladylin
Apr 30, 2016 5:44 PM CST
Hi Joann, Welcome to garden.org!

I grew a few Episcia's about 10 years ago and then downsized but I sure miss those beauties and one of these days I might just have to get a couple more! One place that I know sells them is Lyndon Lyon Greenhouse: http://www.lyndonlyon.com/CP%20List%20Episcia%20NF.html This company has a really good reputation and you can read reviews/recommendations from other garden.org members here: Lyndon Lyon Greenhouses, Inc.

Logee's Greenhouse has 2 Episcia listed for sale on this page: http://www.logees.com/browse-by-common-name/f.html?___store=... You can read recommendations by other members here: Logee's Greenhouses
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