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Steven J. Baskauf http://bioimages.vanderbilt.edu/ Palmer's Agave (Agave palmeri)
Have
Sell as plant
A huge agave in a container Parry's Agave (Agave parryi var. huachucensis)
Want
(Love to have)
Aloe Brevifolia depressa in small pot with "pups" (for lack of pr Short-leaved Aloe (Aloe brevifolia var. depressa)
Have
"Pups" are too young to separate from the plant, so cuttings will be unavailable until probably next spring, depending on growth.
Image Soap Aloe (Aloe maculata)
Have
Image Aloe Vera (Aloe vera)
Have
working on having enough plants to sell/trade. Only three at the current time.
note the color change Pawpaw (Asimina triloba)
Want
(Love to have)
Unsure of how this would do in the S Texas Coast with our semi-salt soil? Perhaps this would do better in Central Iowa, which is my home area. Should I wait for when I travel back? Advice appreciated!
Avonia (Avonia quinaria subsp. alstonii)
Want
(Absolute must-have)
Last year after our unusually cold winter all the Beaucarneas see Pony Tail Palm (Beaucarnea recurvata)
Have
May possibly have a few. The plant I purchased has TEN of the clumped together and that is WAY too many to grow together, even if they are prized in clumps like that. If I can successfully separate three or four of them I'll put them up for sale.
October 8, 2014: Transplanted (6-1-15--all plants still alive, but only about half seem to be thriving. Only plants with more than one plant in the pot seem to be doing exceptionally well and showing growth. Plants have a difficulty with staying rooted, which I find interesting. I know you don't want to get the foot underground, but the roots that grow from under the foot just don't want to stay in the soil! Ugh.)
Image Angel Trumpet (Brugmansia 'Day Dreams')
Want
(Absolute must-have)
New Orleans Lady Angel Trumpet (Brugmansia 'New Orleans Lady')
Want
(Absolute must-have)
Image Desert Bird of Paradise (Caesalpinia gilliesii)
Have
Trade as plant
Trade as seed
Sell as plant
Sell as seed
Had only one pod and I had thought that a bad storm had washed th Pride of Barbados (Caesalpinia pulcherrima)
Have
New seedlings. Probably won't have seeds until late next summer or fall.
Example of flowers and foliage on my Evergreen Wisteria Evergreen Wisteria (Callerya reticulata)
Have
Trumpet Vine on strong Arbor in flower. Trumpet Vine (Campsis radicans)
Have
Image Canna Lily (Canna 'Yellow King Humbert')
Have
Having trouble with this one in it's pot. Not available until I figure out what my problem with it seems to be. It's not talking to me right now.
Interesting shot of Canna Indica seed pod just beginning to open Canna Lily (Canna indica)
Have
Trade as plant
Trade as seed
Sell as plant
Sell as seed
Plants are larger so more difficult to ship...would require larger packaging. September 12, 2014: Miscellaneous Event (Transplanted approximately 10 new plants into the bed of Canna Indica I have currently planted in the Backyard attained from Apt 5's front yard from under their A/C. Plants seem to have taken the transplant well.)
September 29, 2014: Miscellaneous Event (First new flowers have appeared since the transplant. I also had Cannus Cleopatra blooming, so I took the opportunity to attempt a cross pollination. I have marked the pollinated bloom on Cannus Indica by using a twisty tie. Hopefully I'll get seeds.)
October 7, 2014: Miscellaneous Event (I noticed that the seed pods have developed! While I'm unsure of what I will get, it should be interesting to see if the cross pollination took, or if another Indica flower pollinated the flower as well as what I did. There are a lot of blooms out there right now, and a total of 7 seed sacks growing, all still very green.
)
Photo of My "Old Man of Mexico" cactus sitting next to the pot I Old Man of Mexico (Cephalocereus senilis)
Have
October 9, 2014: Transplanted (Transplanted to larger pot using 6" pot and Miracle Gro Cactus, Palm and Citrus soil mix with extra Perlite added for extra drainage. Current plant height is 7.25" and the plant has grown approx. 3" total during the Spring and Summer of 2014.
)
 3:56 pm. A dramatic change: from green leaves to a burnt red. Hardy Blue Plumbago (Ceratostigma plumbaginoides)
Have
September 19, 2014: Potted up (Removed the 7-Up bottle greenhouse from the cutting and am allowing it to take sun and water naturally, without benefit of spraying daily as I do with other cuttings.)
October 10, 2014: Miscellaneous Event (Plant seems to be doing well. I've noticed new branching from the base of the plant that wasn't there when I started. The plant must be rooted and is surviving nicely in potting soil.
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Image Starfish Plant (Ceropegia gigantea)
Have
Sell as plant
Image Spider Plant (Chlorophytum comosum)
Have
Trade as plant
Trade as cutting
Sell as plant
Sell as cutting

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