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Thanks! I've just started reading your blog. Do you ever sell divisions?
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Sure, whenever they're available.
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You have a storefront?
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I don't. I just grow the plants for my own pleasure.
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Thanks. The green one could be P. rollisonii, though there are several other greenish Promenaeas.
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