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I have the following species for sale or trade:

Longevity spinach - cuttings/live plants
Okinawa Spinach - cuttings/live plants
Brazilian sisso spinach - cuttings
Chaya - cuttings
Malabar spinach - live plants (red or green types)
Katuk - cuttings/live plants
Jewels of opar - cuttings/seeds/live plants
Suriname purslane - cuttings/live plants
Purslane - bare root plants/cuttings/seeds/live potted plants

Please inquire about prices etc on thread or via PM. Cost of item plus shipping. No posting from me for plants is time sensitive. These are usually species I always have and propagate for myself for my homestead purposes. Time of year is the only factor on the availability of some species. Unless I lose a species/variety most stuff I offer will be available again eventually so ask anytime.

Thanks! Derrick
 
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Where are you located?  I'm interested in some of these.
 
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Tyler Ludens wrote:Where are you located?  I'm interested in some of these.



I'm in wewahitchka in the FL panhandle. If your not local shipping is possible. Can make a proper invoice through PayPal if necessary for buyer protection if any prospective buyer wants. I also sell on eBay and Etsy and can make special listings through those sites too.
 
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Thanks!  Can you list prices in this thread or do you prefer Purple Mooseage?

 
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Tyler Ludens wrote:Thanks!  Can you list prices in this thread or do you prefer Purple Mooseage?



Yes no problem what is it your interested in?
 
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Longevity Spinach and Chaya
 
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Chaya will be cuttings in which could do 5 for $4.

Longevity could be a live 4" potted plant or cuttings. Can do same for cuttings as chaya. However the live plants are very established and nice plants. Could do $5 for a potted plant.
 
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Great!
 
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Just let me know how you'd like to get the longevity if you want to buy.
 
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Received the Longevity Spinach and Chaya cuttings in excellent condition.  And bonus Papalo seeds, thank you!
 
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Tyler Ludens wrote:Received the Longevity Spinach and Chaya cuttings in excellent condition.  And bonus Papalo seeds, thank you!



Thanks for the glowing feedback!
 
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Roots are forming on the Longevity Spinach!
 
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Very good man hope they take off for you! Great edible green I'm sure you'll like it.
 
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Longevity Spinach growing in my aquaponics flood and drain bed.  Chaya look like they have set roots - they are growing new leaves - so I will probably plant them out this week.
 
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Thanks for keeping up with feedback! Always good to hear what I send out gets growing nicely.
 
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It will be interesting to see if I can get them through the winter.  I have a number of subtropical things to try to preserve - Banana, Moringa, Lemon, etc.
 
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They can handle near freezing temps for short periods without damage if covered or in a greenhouse etc. Even if they get froze to the ground if established enough they will come back the next year up into zone 8.
 
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I'm very glad.  I will probably mulch the crowns for protection.

 
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