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    WTT N. nigro gracilis, speckled mirabilis, miranda, king tiger, mirabilis x tiger

    will trade for sarracenia, d. oblanceolata and lowland nepenthes(1 stipulation for this trade is I will trade for 1 plant if the other person agrees to accept 2 or more of mine). Time to trim some of the fat from my collection to make way for nepenthes I have been wanting for a while. Other than the speckled mirabilis and the mirabilis x tiger I really do not want to part with them....but I want a northiana more .

    The speckled mirabilis is a very vigorous plant and shows it's spots on the inside but not the outside yet. it is a RC.


    The mirabilis x tiger is a very new RC so not much roots yet. looks like any other one when it gets older...green pitcher with orange lips. looks like it is making a huge new leaf.


    The King tiger was a cutting i grew with no leaves on a stalk which I hear you are not supposed to do and success rate not that good....whoops! It defied the odds and is doing well with infant pitchers....they will look like any other king Tiger producing large red pitchers when it gets older.


    Lastly is a SG nigro gracilis....which is a very nice looking plant and will probably only look nicer as it ages and becomes a dark red. Really do not want to part with this one.


    far as nepenthes I only grow lowlanders and would only agree to the stipulation above. only have 1 drosera that i am really looking for but may be open to others and have the most leeway with sarracenia.

    far as preferences....a pink or orange belli and most harlequin ampullaria but open to most anything....far as the number of plants I am listing....just working the numbers....do not need to get rid of them all; just 2 but offering more.

    thx for looking.
    Last edited by cpbobby; 12-19-2012 at 08:16 PM.

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    You mentioned you wouldn't want to keep the miranda unless it worked well as a house plant...it will! Set it on a sunny windowsil and it should do just fine, one of the hardiest neps there are!

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    hmmmm.......so just bag it to acclimate it and go from there? what would be the best recommendation? east? west? south window? thx for the tip btw!

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    i'd put it in the east or south window. don't want direct light on it. what sarrs are you looking for?
    So many plants...so little time

    My grow list:
    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...ody-s-Growlist

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    alright the miranda gets a pardon....i will pull it and bag it....thx for the advice!

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    offer closed.

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