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    I have a nice, large, century plant for trade.

    Well rooted, and 12 inches tall. I would like something very nice for it, since 3 inch tall plants go for 15-20 dollars (from what I've seen)

    I'm looking for nice Sarracenia and Nepenthes. Please PM me.

    (this is the greenish form, not the yellow on green one)

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    Still got one left. PM me

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    last one is gone. PM me still, if you want me to put you on the waiting list

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    Will I have to wait another century?
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    haha no [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/laugh.gif[/img] There are still century plantlets around the mother plant, but they are too small to trade off. Another 2-3 months and you should be set [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/laugh.gif[/img]

    Who else wants on the list?

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    whats a century plant?
    ( my noobness is showing eh?)
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    Agave americana-terrestrial desert succulent. Like an Aloe but, much bigger and not really Aloe

    Joe

    BTW They only bloom once every 100 years and then die, leaving pups around the mother to carry on. (hence the name century) I think they are an eternal plant.
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    Well, the flowers on the flower stalk turn into little plantlets that fall to the ground, leaving huuuge patches of these little buggers around the parent plant, which later dies. the plantlets are easily carried by the wind, and when dropping from 50 feet up in the air, often travel large distances (in a storm, several hundred feet, in a daily breeze, maybe 10-20)

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