Monday, April 25, 2011

Selling and Trading

I am officially ready to start arranging plant trades and/or sales with anybody who is interested in doing so. I had kind of hoped to have more and better options by this point -- some propagations didn't work out like I'd wanted, and some groups of plants have aged badly -- but there are still a lot of okay options. The list of what I have, and the fine print about how I expect trading and selling to be conducted, can be found just under the header picture, under the link "Sell/Trade List," or you can click here.

I am, of course, abjectly sorry for the length of the sell/trade list. It's awkward. Inconvenient. Unwieldy. I did the best I could.


6 comments:

Kenneth Moore said...

I want them ALL. So I should probably get an order in before I move? You, sir, are akin to a siren. It's too enticing--I hope you get copious uptake on your offerings!

Alan @ It's not work, It's gardening! said...

Plant trades are so much fun! Unfortunately I've got way too many plants right now and need to get things organized before I can think about getting more. :-)

Anonymous said...

If only all plant sellers would have such scrupulously detailed descriptions! You have no need to apologize for length.

Don

Lorrie said...

This is the only reason I'd ever consider emigrating to your country.
PLEASE move to Canada.

Jenn said...

Oo. I suspect you may regret that last generous offer...

Goes back and looks at plants...

Jenn said...

Man. Mark would kill me if I bought this many plants at once. Sigh.


Time to find the ones that I predict the most success with... Everything is an experiment in Phoenix, even houseplants.

Although at least one on your maybe list would be happy to come home...