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Ficus palmata or F. roxburghii/auriculata

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Hi. This is a bit of a long shot, but does anyone have plants/cuttings/seeds of Ficus palmata or Ficus roxburghii/F. auriculata? I'm in the US at the moment so could receive them here and take them back to the UK :D

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Josh

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JEFF IN MODESTO

I have a f.roxburgii I want to get rid of, I’d have given you the whole tree to take back!

sorry I didn’t see your post a month ago

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On 29/07/2018, 20:16:00, JEFF IN MODESTO said:

I have a f.roxburgii I want to get rid of, I’d have given you the whole tree to take back!

sorry I didn’t see your post a month ago

Aaarrgghh. That's a shame, Jeff. 

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JEFF IN MODESTO

No worry’s , the darn things are a weed.

 

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