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Rocky Mountain Gardening: cacti and succulent gathering in May

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Seattle, WA

March 31, 2011
8:54 PM

Post #8464092


I am building a large rock/cacti succulent garden. The berms, pathways and stairway are now in and in May I want to start gathering cacti and succulents that will survive and flourish in the high desert of northern New Mexico. We are at 6,500 feet. If its possible I would like to gather plants via this website since most cactus sales are several hours away from me.

I have found most Cacti gardeners are more than willing to share plants since those that survive well in an area tend to want to outgrow the space provided for them.

I await your generosity. Thanks in advance,

Glenwood Springs, CO
(Zone 5b)

April 5, 2011
8:19 PM

Post #8475070


I would be willing to send a wild cactus from my secret patch. I belive the elevation is about 6500'.


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