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dragon fruit cuttings

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hello, if anyone has some dragon fruit cutting id be glad to buy some. im looking for a bunch of them. thanks everyone.

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Dood, don't make me cut you.

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Are you going to "plant" them in the same place that I keep my pineapples?

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:crying: !!!! ouch... i want to grow them up my patio posts.
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That's what she said.

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You know they're cactus right? Don't you have a baby? Or is that part of the early start-Navy Seal program.

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i know. i have an acrocomia right where his pool is. he will learn quick... :D

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Hi Steve, You can contact me at mypalmparadise@aol.com. My wife has a lot of rare varieties that you can't find in garden centers. Many diffent colors, taste, and sizes.

Thanks, Jeff

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wow, that dark red fleshed one looks seedless. never seen or tried one of those. dragon fruit is pretty unique.

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Hey Steve,

J.D. Andersen Nursery here. For Dragon Fruit, we have Yellow, Red, and a Hybrid of both available. Contact Dan at palmnut@cox.net.

Thanks,

Dan

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