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Thread: Looking for D. rotundifolia and D. brevifolia plts

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    I am in need of D. rotundifolia and brevifolia plants and or seeds. Unfortunately, I still do not have a grow list but I am sure there is something out there to interest most. Let's talk.
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    You're not going to believe this, but I have a rotundifolia plant that is sending up two stalks right now and brevifolia seeds being sent in the mail, as I write. There's potential here. I keep reading about this Leah Wilkerson plant.....

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    PM'ed Ya !
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    Please email me your address and I will provide you with some of our Oswegonian D. rotundifolia.

    My S. 'Leah Wilkerson' opened its first pitcher this week. I'd send you the flippin' moon if I had it. Been meaning to email you, so now's a good time.
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