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    Talking Premium P. Craerulea Seed!

    Hello Folks,

    I have 4 packets of fresh cross-polinated Pinguicula Caerulea seed. Each packet has 50 seeds (+/- 20).

    This plant is a perennial pretty much only growable by seed. Not common in collections!

    I'm really not sure what I want in exchange, so you're just going to have to give a list of what you have if you'd like this seed.

    Thanks for looking!



    The thread where I asked for pollination help for this purpose

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    Wow, did I send you those? If so, that was fast! Mine are just beginning to show buds now...
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    Quote Originally Posted by seedjar View Post
    Wow, did I send you those? If so, that was fast! Mine are just beginning to show buds now...
    ~Joe
    No, I got them from flytraplady5 last year. I just have one mother plant left, sadly, but I hope to get more plants from the seed I spread around my collection

    But the things you did send me (that moss is so nice!!!) are doing nicely. The Cobra bog is really going strong with big pitchers...and the moss looks lovely. I just transplanted d. rotundifolia from Oregon in there today to complete the scene. Thanks for the previous trade, Joe!

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    Ah. Well regardless, looking good!
    Glad to hear things are settling in - we'll have to trade again soon.
    ~Joe
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    Have you gotten any responses? I'm interested. I have seeds of P. lusitanica, capensis. B. liniflora....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimscott View Post
    Have you gotten any responses? I'm interested. I have seeds of P. lusitanica, capensis. B. liniflora....
    I have flowering p. lusitancia, 5 types of capensis...and B liniflora just doen't grow well for me. D. indica is my substitute, I guess. It is a weed here!

    Ahem. I forgot to answer your question I haven't gotten a response.

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    Looking over your list I don't have any CP seeds that you don't already have, in terms of plants. I do have devil claw seeds and of course a bunch of Mexican pings.

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    Emailed you.
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