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    They are in Europe.

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    Oh! Sorry!!!
    I miss a points.

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    Best's Carnivorous ships to the US and I believe they have other locations where they grow plants. People have been happy with the plants they have received from them and they come with the proper paperwork. You should be fine ordering from them but please do ask around for more input so that you feel comfortable.

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    Welcome ceasg. Yes, I have both Pinguicula laueana and Pinguicula cyclosecta, several clones of each.
    Joseph Clemens
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    Hey Joseph... glad you're back! You have been missed.

    I have added to my collection since you have been gone:

    saracenia "excellens'
    I now got two pingiculias Wesssers
    I've got S Rubra vareashun gulfensis "All Green' from Okaloosa Co., FL coming
    and then there was the addition of drosera Intermedia, pine Barrens, NJ

    And shortly after you disappeared into thin air and left us all to fend for ourselves with our binomials, my aquatic Utrics flooded out during a few days of horrible storms in May and I lost:
    U. Macrorrrrrrhiza
    u. Poopurea
    and I think I might have lost u. Aureaa but maybe it was U. Inflata.

    I finally pitched the pot of what should have been my s. sittassina x Rubra Jonesii "anthrocyranin-freee' because it never did bounce back after being transplanted.

    Hey, don't be gone so long next time... who do we have to keep us in line?

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    Laura: BCP looks great, but they have a minimum order policy of 50 pounds, and no telling what the s/h and extra paperwork is going to cost. Thanks though, and I'll keep them in mind if I have no other options.

    Pinguicula: Yay, somebody in the states grows them! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img] I doubt I'll have anything interesting to trade for a while, but if you sell them or could point me in the direction of someone who does, that would be fantastic. Thanks!

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