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    I'm quite sure I am eligible for receiving seeds from below the border. No problem with phyto or cites I'm certain.
    I am in Canada, so I live in a relatively cold climate, it snowed yesterday :P
    I grow rotunds, anglica's, intermedia's, they go dormant by mid november here.
    I've been growing and researching cp's for two years now.

    I'd only ask for 5-7 seeds.

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    Oh; so now we want to divide the packet up do we?

    That's a possibility!

    Maybe there will be two winners!

    Quote Originally Posted by blokeman View Post
    I'm quite sure I am eligible for receiving seeds from below the border. No problem with phyto or cites I'm certain.
    I am in Canada, so I live in a relatively cold climate, it snowed yesterday :P
    I grow rotunds, anglica's, intermedia's, they go dormant by mid november here.
    I've been growing and researching cp's for two years now.

    I'd only ask for 5-7 seeds.

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    What IS it with D. rotundfolia/intermedia from cold environments that make it so desirable?
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    tolerance! one word! lol
    some warmer temperate species like capillaris and more southern rotund varieties just dont like my winters

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    Found another rotundifolia sprout in my red LFS from the bog down the street!! At this rate I'll be able to hook everyone up that doesn't win this little "Are you cool enough.." contest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by massmorels View Post
    Found another rotundifolia sprout in my red LFS from the bog down the street!! At this rate I'll be able to hook everyone up that doesn't win this little "Are you cool enough.." contest.
    You are so lucky! Would you happen to live in southeast Michigan? I'm having horrible luck finding bogs...
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    Quote Originally Posted by silenceisgod View Post
    You are so lucky! Would you happen to live in southeast Michigan? I'm having horrible luck finding bogs...
    East Lansing actually.. Capital City and Michigan State University baby!! GO SPARTANS!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by massmorels View Post
    this little "Are you cool enough.." contest.
    My feelings exactly... I've given plenty of seeds out to new people that have appreciated it. And what does cold climate have anything to do with it? By that logic those of us that don't live in tropical climate shouldn't get to grow Nepenthes. I dont care what anyone says D. rotundifolia is THE beginner's plant, just like capensis, it was for me and many others and germination is cake.
    Last I checked SASE was giving away things while others covered postage, not "I'm going to charge you a stamp as compensation for folding paper" which sounds more like a sale... If you're that bent up on folding paper then just ask that people send you pre-made packets. Glad to see it's not just me. But whatever, done ranting, just my 2 cents...

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