Heh, well I did send my address in a PM to him, with my name in it and everything, so I assumed he'd know.
I can barely remember my own name
ANYWAYS back to trading...
ill take crissytal's offer and ill offer up some D. peltata seeds, a rooted cutting of the "TC mutant nep"(for kicks and giggles :P), and a portion of U. sandersonii 'Blue'.
Okay, I'll take Alex's offer . My items are D. sp. (species) auyun tepui and a very small P. giganteaXmoctezumea.
Every seed that you plant ,doesn't sprout.
Every seed that sprouts, doesn't make it to maturity.
Every cutting that you stick doesn't grow roots.
Every cutting that roots doesn't grow to a small plant.
Every small plant doesn't reach maturity.
Who needs speelcheck?
Glad to see this going again.
What is D. sp. (species) auyun tepui, or rather what does it look like?
I take Lois's D. spec. Auyan Tepui & P. gigantea x moctezumae-- and offer a younger P. colimensis and P. reticulata
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Taking a younger P. colimensis and P. reticulata and up for grabs are
2 P. gigantea, approx 1-2" across.
I will take Rubra's offer of 2 P. gigantea, approx 1-2" across and offer up a rooted N. Miranda @8" in diameter and some U. praelonga.
ill take the nep miranda and the utric. i offer up some Proboscidea louisianaica probably a pod full of seeds from my large plant i had this summer(pictures in the other section) and you can have the claw too and a offset or two of amorphophallus konjac
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I will take carnivorkid's offer of "some Proboscidea louisianaica probably a pod full of seeds from my large plant i had this summer(pictures in the other section) and you can have the claw too and a offset or two of amorphophallus konjac." Since I have been looking for both of these - Thanks!
I will offer another rooted N. Miranda (just a bit smaller than above, But with 3" pitchers and some U. tricolor.
I'll take the N. Miranda and U. tricolor, and put up a two-by-two (maybe three-by-three?) inch pot of Darlingtonia seedlings, two years old this season. I think there are at least a dozen plants in this pot. Very hardy - raised from seed in full sun. They're still fairly small, but a few of them have begun making adult-shaped pitchers, so I suspect they'll bulk up soon if they're separated and repotted individually. Plants are only about an inch tall at the tallest and a little bigger in diameter, but like I said, there's plenty. I've been keeping these to myself up until now, but I have several pots like this and by the time I divide them all up I'll have more cobra pitchers than I'll know what to do with.
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