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Thread: For Trade: N. ampullaria 'red giant'

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    yes you're correct. This form has large red pitchers looking exactly like that one in the picture. This plant for trade does not current have pitchers right now as it is a well established rooted cutting just waiting for the right person to grow it out.


    Amp giant red added, it's the plant right in the center. Original plant came from the famous philcula.
    Last edited by cprus; 11-15-2007 at 01:44 AM. Reason: Picture added

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    I've seen that red amp. It would be a disgrace to trade it for a Ceph.

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    Manny, you haven't seen Jeff's Cephs.....
    17 Nash Rd.
    North Salem, NY 10560

    YOU! Outta my gene pool!

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    I'm sure they're nice. But I'm a Nep guy. And this particular amp is amazing. Especially when grown in good lowland conditions.

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    That's what i was thinking, thought i was dreaming when i saw the post.
    Viva La Revolution de Nepenthes!

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    Its up to Cprus to set his trade requirements and if he wants a ceph, then he wants a ceph. If someone wants to trade a N. hamata for a D. capensis, they can.

    I will add also that you must not have seen JMatt's cephs. I think he could provide quite an equal trade.
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    I wasn't saying anything against cephs their awesome but still there's a good amount of cephs out there, like manny said, but the red ampullaria's are not the most common thing neither in cultivation or wild so if you Have 1 it's a gem I wish my cantley's red hadn't died cause i don't know when I'll see one available again though they do show often but not that often. And I don't mind if he trades it to anywhere I just feel happy for the one (s) that do have even just one.
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