Does anyone have any P Nigra for trade?

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stevelau1911
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Does anyone have any P Nigra for trade?

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I'm interested in any of the P Nigra varieties that will turn black since there's not much of a difference in any of them. I currently have a large supply of P Edulis, and P Heteroclada available. I also have a few F rufas, P Bissetii, F Nitida, P Vivax aureocaulus and gunnera manicata.

I'm interested in trading 1,2,3, or 5 gallon size plants that are preferably at least stabilized.
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stevelau1911 wrote: since there's not much of a difference in any of them.
Personally I'd rate some as weak,rubbish and quite frankly not garden worthy- others on the other hand are stunning and dam well worth growing. I don't know how many clones you've seen Steve but I disagree with your statement.

Much better to try and source good stock now than to have to dig up poor performing plants a few years down the line...
Bamboo...Please note... This plant is seriously addictive and you may lose interest in other, less rewarding plants!
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I could probably dig up some P. nigra punctata for you. It has performed very well for me here in Northern NJ.
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Thanks to everyone's participation, but I've already made plant trade with another forum member.
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That's a two day turnover ! That's faster than springtime or ups :D :shock: :wink:
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