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    Sarracenia in another life.... rockstarcobain's Avatar
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    Red face Newbie looking for....

    Hello All!!! I was wondering if anyone may have any idea where I can find carnivorous plants. I have been intrigued my whole life, but my wife only recently let me start collecting so I have a sarracenia alata, and a venus fly trap. But I can't find anymore plants. Does anyone know where I can find any? Or does anyone have any extras laying around? Please let me know!!!!

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    Get ahold of Brisco 225 (forum member), and Homer. Both live in Washington, so give them a try.
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    You may find some S. rubra. D. adelae, and S. purpurea at your local lowe's or home depot.
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    I wouldn't buy anything from those places! You never really know what you are getting. Try places that sell species and their variants. I can help if you are interested.
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    I know some good sources around Olympia myself - I PM'ed you about it.
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    Where do you live? I am in Puyallup and always have way too many sarracenia that I NEED to get rid of.

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    I live in Gig Harbor. Thank you to all of you who responded. What a wonderful resource! I would LOVE some sarracenia. They are my favorite species. I've also wondered about Nepenthes. My cousin has a few and says there are a few that are easy. Anyway, I appreciate any help that anyone can give me furthermore. And if you absolutely NEED to get rid of some plants, I have quite a few empty places of sun for them!!! I am knowledgable in care of Sarracenia and, like I said, a little with nepenthes. So, THANK YOU!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockstarcobain View Post
    but my wife only recently let me start collecting
    Does anyone else find this amusing?

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