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    Hardy Tapioca (Manihot grahamii) Seeds Available for trade

    Hi everyone!

    I just harvested about 30 seeds from my giant hardy tapiocas and wanted to see if anyone would be interested in growing some. It's a really cool plant, hardy for me (zone 7b) and listed as potentially hardy up to Boston. Also makes a good annual, grows fast, drought-tolerant, and is a really bold-looking tropical plant. Makes some of the coolest leaves I've ever seen on a non-CP. The seed capsules explode too!

    It's also fairly rare in cultivation.

    http://www.plantdelights.com/Manihot.../#.UmlvHvnEOS8

    I'd be looking primarily for flytrap cultivars, especially B52.

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    Would like seeds

    Hi,
    I realize your post was from about a year ago, but I would be very interested in getting some seeds from your hardy tapioca. I really love the leaves and am dying to try it. I live in Athens, Georgia as well. I'm afraid I do not have flytrap cultivars but would be willing to purchase some seeds. Thanks so much.

    Quote Originally Posted by theplantman View Post
    Hi everyone!

    I just harvested about 30 seeds from my giant hardy tapiocas and wanted to see if anyone would be interested in growing some. It's a really cool plant, hardy for me (zone 7b) and listed as potentially hardy up to Boston. Also makes a good annual, grows fast, drought-tolerant, and is a really bold-looking tropical plant. Makes some of the coolest leaves I've ever seen on a non-CP. The seed capsules explode too!

    It's also fairly rare in cultivation.

    http://www.plantdelights.com/Manihot.../#.UmlvHvnEOS8

    I'd be looking primarily for flytrap cultivars, especially B52.

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