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    A couple of rare sarrs for trade.

    Alright, so in a spur of the moment thing, i decided to divide my seedgrown S. purpurea subsp. venosa var. montana and ended up with a few accidental divisions.....
    So here is your chance to own probably one of the most beautiful Sarracenia varieties, and dont just stop at the purpurea, i have another for trade as well, this will probably generate the fastest hits..

    There are 2 good sized divisions available, and 2 small starts that happened to pop off with them, chances are ill send one of the starts with one of the good sized divisions, or if the trade is convincing enough, may get all 4 of the plants, though i cannot guarantee the starts will survive, they are seedling sized but have roots.....

    Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa var. montana Jerry Addington
    division 1


    division 2


    one of the starts, nothing special but like i said will probably be a freebie in one way or another, the other is about the same size


    The mother plant (this one is staying with me :P)




    Now, the other Sarr im offering
    is a division of an S. 'Reptilian Rose' yep, 'Reptilian Rose' i received this plant in a trade last year, and it originally had 2 small growth points but as the person who traded it to me said, its a good clumper.... The division will be made just prior to the trade, i simply am out of pots at this point in time.... Which growth point is cut will depend on the trade, currently im thinking the smaller of the 3 to prevent any more stress on the plant.... but even the smaller one is a decent sized point for having just emerged over the season, and a 4th point is starting...







    Now for what I am interested in...
    Mainly other rare Sarrs or Sarr varieties, please no offers of the bug series or any funky psittacina hybrids, i hate hybrids of psittacina, I really, really do....
    Would really like to obtain a real S. flava var. atropurpurea as the one i obtained a few years ago A. ended up not being the real deal, and B. died over this last winter.... and of course, if i am offered an S. 'Adrian Slack' division, the winner gets the whole deal haha.

    PM or post me offers, No decisions will be made over the next couple of days
    Thanks
    Kris

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    PM'd ya

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    DroseraBug, I have not received a message from you...

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    I have a young S. rosea 'luteola' for a division of each, if you are interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirKristoff View Post
    DroseraBug, I have not received a message from you...
    Did you get an email from me?
    "And this is what happened, and this is why the caribou and the wolf are one; for the caribou feeds the wolf, but it is the wolf that keeps the caribou strong."
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    Yeah got your email

    Woodnative, I've already tracked down a luteola... Thanks anyway

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    i have a couple of good offers but the trade is still opened!

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