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    Bulbophyllum cumingii orchid trade for CPs

    I have a bunch of these pseudo bulbs currently. Bulbophyllum cumingii has a chain of flowers that curve together to look like a partial pink daisy. Really neat flower. You can grow it in a fine bark mix or sphagnum moss or mount on a tree. It likes moisture and warm temperature. 3-4 of these pseudobulbs would probably fit in a small priority shipping box.

    I would love to get more Serracenia, drosera, and dionaea.

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    Hi My. Are you looking for certain species of sarracenia?

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    I think any Serracenia besides the few that I have (oreophila, Extreme green, Scarlet belle, Fat chance, Carolina Yellow jacket, and a flava you sent before) would be fine. I'd love S. purpurae, leucophyla, or cephalotus or darlingtonica.

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    I have a leuco and a purp.

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    Which Drosera are you looking for?

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    My,

    If you don't manage to track down a Cephalotus, I may have one I can give you, but not for a few months. It would likely be tiny. I'm propagating the plant I got from Dexenthe's giveaway, and of course these are somewhat slow. So far so good, though.

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