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petu0423 http://kjdirect.co.uk/ltbdkea.php ****************************************************************************** From: Winston James 3/19/2014 4:23:15 AM
kaowinston
Mar 19
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New to the group Hello -- I am Sharon and I live in SE Michigan near Lake Erie and the Ohio state line. This is zone 5a/6 according to the USDA chart's. At this time I only
shadow@...
Oct 26, 2013
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New to the group Hi everybody. I'm new to the group but not new to Agaves. I've been collecting them and fat plants for years. I live in Missouri so all my plants must be
artiehawk
Aug 9, 2013
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Re: Agave victoriae-reginae pollination I would suggest that the nectar is an aphrodisiac for the insect world which in turn feeds and trips the pistil and may even carry the pollen for fertilization
Alan Butterfield
Jul 1, 2013
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Re: Agave victoriae-reginae pollination Colin, I spend a lot of time in SE Arizona where we have a few Agave species. And most of these species are insect and hummingbird feeding troughs with the
Greg Smith
Jul 1, 2013
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Agave victoriae-reginae pollination I currently have a Agave victoriae-reginae in flower. The flowers have very protruding anthers and less pronounced pistils, usually a sign of wind pollinated
Colin
Jun 30, 2013
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Re: visit to US Hi Anjani, I don't know if you know of this exporter but you might be interested if you don't: http://www.rarepalmseeds.com/index2.shtml All the best and good
Ken Landis
Jan 16, 2013
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visit to US Hi, I am Anjani Kumar Singh, a plant collector from India. I have a collection of variegated succulents( aloe,agave, sansevieria,gasteria,haworthia etc) and
anjani kumar
Jan 16, 2013
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Season Greetings Greetings from Belgium Jacqueline & Albert Leroy Albert M.M.C. Wavre (Belgium) N 50 48' 180" E 004 07' 392" Founder of "Cactus & Exotica Belgium"
ALBERT LEROY
Dec 21, 2012
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Re: Sandy Don't ask me how this went to the forum, I sent it to a friend in NE Pennsylvania!! Kenneth ... From: Kenneth Quinn To:
Kenneth Quinn
Oct 25, 2012
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Sandy Are you starting to hum "Stormy Weather"? The storm will affect us indirectly - the western circulation will bring down cold air, and we might get an early
Kenneth Quinn
Oct 25, 2012
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Miniature Agave. I find it very difficult to separate the offset from the mother plant. My hands and no longer strong enough to pull them off. Norma
Norma - Crasulady2
Oct 12, 2012
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Pups seeking shelter? Hi all, this is my first post to the forum, and although it doesn't seem too active, maybe that's normal. Just need a good discussion to get things going? I'm
rimrock1@...
Oct 9, 2012
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spotting on underside of leaves Hello, I'm new to this forum (and gardening) but we moved to a place that has these huge agave plants I affectionally call dinosaurs (they look otherworldy). 
Jessica Brady
Aug 19, 2012
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Re: Spotting on underside of leaves? ... ....Just reply/post your message from your personal email provider and attach your pic(s) to your email just like you would if you were emailing one of
goldpianogarden
Aug 19, 2012
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Spotting on underside of leaves? Hello all, I'm new to this forum (and gardening) but we moved to a place that has these huge agave plants I affectionally call dinosaurs (they look
Jessica
Aug 19, 2012
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Re: side shoot on Agave I see: I should have posted photos so that you understand why I am asking my question: This is how it looked before.
knatter2012
Aug 5, 2012
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Re: side shoot on Agave Kirby, I have posted photos in the forum. These Agaves do not grow side shoots normally, I think. So why does ours? ... Kirby, I have posted photos in the
Raoul Stampfli
Aug 5, 2012
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Re: side shoot on Agave I have an A. capensis that does this all the time.  Don't know how many species "normally" do it.  Depending on how difficult it is to separate the young
kirby wiese
Aug 5, 2012
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Re: side shoot on Agave Hello Some agaves do put out suckers froom their body. Look at the photo. Winston In a message dated 05/08/2012 15:37:56 GMT Daylight Time, rastam@...
    kaowinston@...
    Aug 5, 2012
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    side shoot on Agave Hi Our Agave was growing normally for 15 years unti it developed suddenly and at the same time three side shoots ( or are they called bastard branches?). I
    knatter2012
    Aug 5, 2012
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    Re: RES: AgaveForum Re: Agave Problem with Leaves [1 Attachment] looks like you are overrun with that purple vining tradescantia like i am. that stuff has taken over 1/2 of my property. i can't seem to throw it away fast
    GoldPianoGarden Randolph
    Jul 16, 2012
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    RES: AgaveForum Re: Agave Problem with Leaves Just to help include some Agaveas from my garden in Central Brasil where they do very well. Alan Butterfield ( Zone 10b) e-mail: alan@...
    Alan
    Jul 16, 2012
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    Message History Looking at the message history for this discussion group, the chatter has slowed down quite a bit recently. Just guessing that the conversation has moved to
    calplants
    Jul 15, 2012
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    Re: Agave Problem with Leaves Yes, the agaves will curl inward when stressed. It is a defensive mechanism. When the rain return, the weather cools down a bit, and/or you give more water it
    calplants
    Jul 15, 2012
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    Agave Problem with Leaves My recently planted two months ago Blue Agave in Georgetown, Texas, had its leaves originally spreading outwards. This past week, the leaves all moved inwards
    JoePessarra
    Jul 1, 2012
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    Re: Fw: what kind of agave is this ? ...and you better have plenty of bandaids, Randy
    randyandsherm
    May 28, 2012
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    Re: Fw: what kind of agave is this ? [1 Attachment] Hello That is definitely not an agave. It looks like a bromeliad, to me. Winston In a message dated 27/05/2012 05:35:20 GMT Daylight Time,
    kaowinston@...
    May 26, 2012
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    Re: Fw: what kind of agave is this ? ... Hello! It is a bromeliad, commonly called "Heart of Flame" (Bromelia balansae). And yes, it spreads like wildfire! I have a giant bed that it has
    goldpianogarden
    May 26, 2012
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    Fw: what kind of agave is this ? ... From: Lori To: lynnsubird@... Sent: Saturday, May 26, 2012 7:47 PM Subject: Sent from my MetroPCS Android Device Can any
    lori garofolo-supplee
    May 26, 2012
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