Have: P. aureosulcata Aureocaulis, S. yashadake Kimmei,

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Have: P. aureosulcata Aureocaulis, S. yashadake Kimmei,

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I have a few of each of these, one gallon and three gallon plants available. height on the 3 gallons are around 5+ feet for the aureosulcta Aureocaulis, and about 6-8 feet for the yashadake Kimmei.
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Subject name doesn't indicate 'Aureocaulis'. Late night posting? :)
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:lol:

naw, just LLLLLOOOOONNNNNNGGGGG day! feeding critters every two hours, with a 4 hour sleep break at night.......

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I have some Phy. a. Alata that I could trade you. Green for gold.
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sounds good. still would like to get some of the Ps. longligula from you someday also....

and saw you said you have Lama tempel....
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Yah, but the Ps. longs are all still in 25 gallon pots! I may bust open one this year though. They are much happier here in the shade than in full sun, so I can probably get away with a summer shade splitting.

I got the Lama Temple as a favor from Woody, a guy that works for Ned. They got a bunch of it this year, and had a few 'not for sale plants' left over after dividing. It was a short stubby plant, but Woody said that the rhizomes were really good. He talked Ned into selling it to me. So I brought it home and lo, it has a huge shoot on it now. It helps to have the inside track out there in North Plains :wink: Except I always spend more there than I intend to :shock: , so I have to ration my trips out there :( .

The guy that I got the Borrindas and Fargesias from said he spends too much there too. He buys the really exotic and spendy rare stuff from Ned and plants it up at his place. Then he digs and divides it 2 years later, and sells some of them off to pay for his 'bamboo addiction'.
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Hi Gene... would any of these be NC friendly?
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