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Re: Amorph gigas

At 08:03 PM 1/8/2011, E.Vincent Morano wrote:

>Jude, Finding a gigas is next to impossible. Ive seen them on ebay 
>for hundreds of dollars.

it has been my experience that when you look for a KNOWN RARITY on 
ebay the price is loon-city; however, if you whine and beg and moan 
among those who are likely to grow these things, sooner or later 
someone will take pity on you and sell you one at a reasonable price 
or trade you one for some spare automobile you may not be using. the 
very IDEA of buying a Sansevieria (the thing I know best) on ebay is 
enough to make me cover my ears and shriek while running out of the room.



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