A dear friend in Japan whom I've been in contact with for over 6 yrs is having a birthday next month. She will be 90. She really enjoys gardening and has kept Iris ensata for over 60 yrs and has a planting of them that goes on forever. Her daughter helps her a lot.
Last yr I sent her seeds of a double flowering deep gold angels trumpet. This yr I was thinking I may send some cp seeds. Considering they do have the growing conditions for I. ensata, boggy summers with drier winters, I was thinking a Sarracenia may work? School children sometimes tour the garden and I thought it may make an interesting plant for them to see and learn about.
They are in the Kochi prefecture. So a cp wouldn't have to be too winter hardy. It does get below freezing there at night during the winter, but not too much below that.
I don't have much to trade, but I do have an extra two crown division of jungle val. (aquarium plant) and a rooted cutting thats a few inches tall from a tiger bark ficus. Also the same in ginseng ficus.
Please let me know if you have anything that would work.