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    pygmy drosera gemmae for trade

    i have the following gemmae for trade:
    Drosera scorpioides"white flower"
    Drosera pygmaea-Tasmania form
    very few Drosera microscapa.
    open to mose trades
    thanks

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    I'm interested in the microscapa as well. Should have some D. helodes in about a week's time.
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    -Rubén Darío-

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    i already have d. helodes

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    Hmm... Okay

    I also notice in your growlist that you have a Nepenthes bicalcarata that's in bad shape but are willing to trade. I think I can provide it a nice home. I have N. gracilis that I can trade, but chances are, you'd find yourself in the same situation that you have now since it likes lowland conditions.

    Alternatively, I see that you have only a few Sarracenia. I have a small division of flava var rugelli x oreophila that puts out huge pitchers and is a really fast grower that I'd be willing to trade for your ailing bical. Let me know if interested. They look like this:

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    iam looking for lowlying sarrs because we get 30mph wind pretty often and it rips tall sarrs apart ill also take lowlying sarr seeds.

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    Brokken, I really like how you staked your sarrs. Is that something you purchased at a craft store, I haven't seen it before. Very natural and unobtrusive.

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    aaddaam,

    Do you have pictures of the bicalcarata?

    I DO have a few too many sarras that I rescued from Orchard Supply. They appear to be some kind of colorful SxFormosa type hybrid (minor x psittacina). The plant does not grow taller than 4 or so inches and is very bushy, so it should be able to withstand heavy gusts.

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    JFoley:

    PM'd regarding the supports.
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