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    Nepenthes eymae

    I am looking to trade out my nepenthes eymae. This is the BE clone. This plant is producing 8-9" pitchers. It grows best as an intermediate but has done well in my air conditioned highland case that has nights in the 40s.

    Thanks for looking:



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    good looking plant, ive got eymae x veitchii and its been a favorite.....dont have the pure species though....
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    It's a beautiful plant. What are you looking to get in trade for it?
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    Thanks for the responses. I am mostly interested in highland Nepenthes and Heliamphora species.

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    Is it still open for trade?
    What kind of highlands did you have in mind? I might be tempted just to go and buy a plant, then trade you. It's stunning!
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    Nepenthes eymae

    Yes. This is still open for trade. I have another eymae, that is the reason for me trading this one out. This is the version that looks like or is maxima. My other eymae is the true form of species. Both are really easy to grow.

    Here is a picture of the uppers on my other eymae:

    The uppers on these plants is usually indicative if the plant is eymae.


    Please pm me if interested in trading...

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    I love the uppers. Do you have pics of the whole plant?
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