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    Looking for hardy highland neps,

    I don't have many neps. So I'm looking for a few more!

    I'd like things like N. maxima with black speckled lower pitchers, n. sang "red" n. khansi..

    Whatever is pretty strong but beautiful.

    Please PM me if you have something, and include a generalization of what you'd like in return.

    Thanks!

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    You may want to say what you're offering, most people are looking for specific plants, not general groups..

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    I can take a cutting from my sanguinea "Blood red".....if you are interested, PM me and make ME an offer.....
    Some days it just isn't worth chewing thru the restraints.

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    Have done as both of you have suggested. List:


    Seed:

    D. binata var. dichotoma--great and super hardy sundew.
    D. Capensis--plant has a red streak on underside of leaves in bright light. Really nice!
    D. Capensis ‘alba’
    D. Capensis ‘Broadleaf’
    D. Spathulata “pink flower”
    D. Filliformis sp. Filliformis ‘FL Red’
    D. Indica ‘Pale Pink Flower’--Strongest sundew I have ever seen. Seed available in bulk!
    D. Venusta--very nice African sundew
    D. Natalensis
    D. Dielsiana
    D. Burmanii
    D. Intermedia “northern”
    D. Intermedia ‘Cuba’

    S. Oreophylla ‘Sand Mountain’-trade to CA only
    S. Leucophylla
    S. Alata--Greene co. Mississippi


    Plants of the following:

    A very nice typical VFT clone. Gets big traps and giant rhizome.

    D. binata var. dichotoma--great and super hardy sundew.
    D. Capensis--plant has a red streak on underside of leaves in bright light. Really nice!
    D. Capensis ‘alba’
    D. Capensis ‘Broadleaf’
    D. Spathulata “pink flower”
    D. Spathulata “white flower”
    D. Filliformis sp. Filliformis ‘FL Red’
    D. Indica ‘Pale Pink Flower’
    D. Venusta--very nice African sundew
    D. Alicae--largest rosetted African sundew
    D. Natalensis
    D. Rotundifolia
    D. Rotundifolia--butterfly valley, CA

    P. ‘Sethos’
    P. essenceriana
    P. ‘titan’

    U. Sandersonii-nice purple flowers
    U. Longifolia
    U. Subulata-great utric for bogs. Lives up to it’s name.
    U. Livida


    S. 'Judith Hindle'
    S. leucophylla (seed grown)--mature next year
    S. leucophylla (seed grown)--mature next year
    S. x Dixie Lace (4 growth points)
    S. Oreophylla ‘Sand Mountain’--trade to CA only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by F R e N c H 3 z View Post
    You may want to say what you're offering, most people are looking for specific plants, not general groups..
    I'M looking for a general group. I thought others might be also

    Also thought a complete list might be cumbersome. Maybe that's why you didn't post one?

    But 'tis done. Thanks for the suggestion!

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    out of curiosity, why don't you ever want to try Cephs (or Helis)? Cephs are so cool & so easy!
    cheers

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    Would Cephs grow well in SD? If so, I'll change that. I was thinking they might.

    The growlist hasn't been updated in a LONG time. Notice I don't have dewy pine listed.

    But helis, don't think those will grow well outside...if they do, please correct me somebody!

    Thanks,

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    Yes, Cephs can grow well in SD. My ceph has no problem during the past 4 months. SD is a heaven for most non-carnivorous and carnivorous plants.

    To grow helis, well, you really need terrarium.




    Quote Originally Posted by SDCPs View Post
    Would Cephs grow well in SD? If so, I'll change that. I was thinking they might.

    The growlist hasn't been updated in a LONG time. Notice I don't have dewy pine listed.

    But helis, don't think those will grow well outside...if they do, please correct me somebody!

    Thanks,
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    Quote Originally Posted by SDCPs View Post
    Would Cephs grow well in SD? If so, I'll change that. I was thinking they might.

    The growlist hasn't been updated in a LONG time. Notice I don't have dewy pine listed.

    But helis, don't think those will grow well outside...if they do, please correct me somebody!

    Thanks,
    Cephs grow great outside in SD, and Helis take a little bit more care - gotta put it in a glass vase to keep humidity up, and move them in when its 80+ degrees for Aug/Sept.

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