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    BIG N. sibuyanensis x maxima EP

    Hello.

    I have a very large N. sibuyanensis x maxima that i have grown from a baby to a 2 foot vine. It's just sprouted a basal and is developing uppers. It's biggest lower pitcher was about 16" x 8". Fatty ding-dong pitchers!

    I'm looking to trade it for:

    Large, EASY, Nepenthes...Ventrata, Miranda come to mind
    Indo-Chinese Nepenthes. I would love tuber-forming ones.
    Sarracenia. Sarracenia are becoming my true passion.
    Neat tropical plants. Movement, hair, spines, crazy appendages are what im looking for.
    Neat edible plants. Fruits are a first choice. Especially pawpaws, berries, and exotics.

    I will take pictures of my nepenthes soon.

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    Waiting for pics! Are you looking to trade the whole thing, the basal, a cutting or what?
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    Everything. I will get pics up soon.

    Also, i am interested in quasi-carnivores.

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    I have a giant DeRoose Miranda I rescued and nursed back to health. Have no idea what I'm gonna do with it though I would want just the basal if possible.

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    The basal is not sizeable enough to part. What does the DeRoose indicate with the Miranda? I'll go get pictures if you will!

    ---------- Post added at 04:29 PM ---------- Previous post was at 04:17 PM ----------



    It doesnt pitcher for me in winter, but it is 100% healthy. Sorry for the ugly leaves.

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    I have some Sarracenia take a look at my grow list and someother stuff you might be intrested in.

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    Ah, I see :P
    DeRoose is just who made it. I've got no pitcher pictures, but I can take a picture of the plant when tomorrow when it's sunny again

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    Ha, if you want ventrata, I can hook you up there. I also have sarracenia to trade as well as Goji berries if you are interested...

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