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    "Oh, now he's a philosophizer" Baylorguy's Avatar
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    Looking for P. gypsicola

    Hello - As the title states, I am looking for an established specimen of P. gypsicola. I'd be willing to trade almost any ping on my list and most sundews. Have a look and let me know if anyone is interested.

    Phil

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    By established, do you mean not tiny? I have some tiny, but established ones... The plantlets formed back in March.
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    ---------- Post added at 02:16 PM ---------- Previous post was at 02:04 PM ----------

    Example of what I mean by tiny (just taken)... My labels are 5/8" wide. (they'd be bigger by now if I watered them more often )
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    Hey Andrew, tiny may actually be good. Through trades I was never able to keep a mature P. gigantea alive, but I was sent a leaf cutting and it has since grown into a nice specimen. Maybe because it has more of a fighting chance if introduced to my conditions at an early stage?

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    Hmm.. got me! I'd be happy to mail one off for ya if you are interested in trying one of this size. =) I would say I have the same success with any size plant- pending species Those pesky USA Pings I seem to have a problem with! haha
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    Yeah, no kidding! Every US ping I ever tried to grow has spat on my face... and then died

    Sure, I'll take ya up on the offer. Hopefully the little guy grows well for me so I can spread the wealth.

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    Alright cool, I'll let you know when it goes out.
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