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    Hey -

    EDIT This only pertains to those in Georgia

    I have S. jonesii seeds for the first person to PM me with a trade of seeds of the each of the following sundews: D. brevifolia, D. capillaris, D. filiformis, D. rotundifolia, and D. tracyi. (That is, the first to have one, the first to have another, etc. So up to 5 people total.) These must be the temperate forms.

    - Patrick
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    To the best of my knowledge it is not legal to trade jonseii seed across state lines since it is an endangered species. I highly recommend that you check into this before proceeding
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    Pyro is right, though the ICPS knows how to distribute those kind of seed legally. Speaking of them, most of those seed that you are looking for appear frequently on their seed list, so if you are not a member, I highly recommend joining.

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    I am aware of the law. The trade was intended for residents of Georgia. I assumed that others would be aware of this, and I get tired of reading "Oregon Residents Only" when I am aware of this...so I did not include "Georgia Residents Only" in my post. But you know what it does to assume...

    I have now added that statement to the original post.

    - Patrick
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    - what do you do when your bog is full? you build another. and another. and another. then you buy some pots. and some more. and some more. and some more. then you wonder how much it would cost to rework the hydrology in your yard to place your house on an island. -

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