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    sarraceniodes for adrian slack?

    Very short time offer (couple days)

    Will trade a rooted H. sarraceniodes divions w/ a couple adult pitchers for similar condition S. Adrian Slack division.

    Must be of known pedigree

    Will trade pictures with interested party

    PM if interested

    Cheers'
    Av

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    Oh man, that's the only Heli I really want (I love hooded pitchers) unfortunately I can't help you on the dew though. Please make a post about your H. sarracenioides plant so I can ask you all about it and not clog up your trade post!

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    I saw an Adrian Slack on ebay the other day, should still be there.

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    Auction finished yesterday for $292.00, six times of what my leading bid was for a while, lol.
    I figured it might go for $200, but wow.

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    Does anyone have a picture of this plant it sounds interesting but I can't find pictures on Google.
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    raymond,

    These is a very useful tool online called "http://cpphotofinder.com/" for the CP community, in which if you click on Sarracenia on the left, it will bring you to a long list of the species and hybrids of the Genus, and then you can choose 'Adrian Slack' to look at pictures of it. Here is the final link to the list where if you scroll over the urls, you can see snapshots of the pictures. If you click the urls, you will be taken to the picture itself.

    http://cpphotofinder.com/sarracenia-...lack-2636.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by raymond View Post
    Does anyone have a picture of this plant it sounds interesting but I can't find pictures on Google.
    Here is one of mine.

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    One of the most spectacular.



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