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Sep 15, 2016 12:57 PM CST
Hi, I would like to purchase a Variegated Algerian Ivy start/plant. I live in Tacoma, Way. If that helps. Yet I'm not sure how to do this on your website. Please advise, thanks Diane
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Sep 15, 2016 1:06 PM CST
Welcome! One way would be to put a "Looking for variagated Algerian ivy" post on our classifieds forum here:

Another way would be to send a treemail to the people who have this plant. You could ask if they'd be willing to sell you a few cuttings.
Good luck! I used to have this, but don't have it now. I had to move overseas and all of my plants were given away or sold.

You could also put a post on this forum:
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Sep 15, 2016 2:27 PM CST
Hi and Welcome, Milkman. Not sure if you're confused on this, but NGA is a forum for gardeners to exchange info, post pictures and generally chat about gardening, not a commercial site selling plants.

We do have lots of members who trade or sell plants privately, but they are mostly not commercial nurseries either, just private individuals. Quite often people trade plants, or will send you a plant for just the cost of postage.

Are you going to use your Algerian Ivy as an indoor plant? I only ask because I'm originally from the Pacific NW (Vancouver BC) and the hardy ivies will do much better if you want a garden plant. There are a lot of wonderful variegated types of Hedera helix that are well adapted up there. The Algerian ivy is pretty tender.

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