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    I have a huge miranda x maxiam for trad its really large about 2 and a half feed from leaf tip to leaf tip, not including the tendrils. I really need to get rid of it as its too large for me right now.

    heres my currant grow lost of plants so you know whats up

    Nepenthes:

    Bicalcarata
    Northiana
    rafflensiana nivea
    Campanulata
    philipinensis
    meriliana
    albomarginata penang red
    macrovulgaris
    ampularia green
    veilardii
    truncata

    I only grow lowlands and I only grow nepenthes but have a personel policy of nep for nep.

    I'm looking for a small plant, say under 7-8 inches. size wise you'll be getting the better deal.

    plants that I'd like:

    Lowland Vietchii
    reinwardtiana
    bicalcarata red form

    those are the plants I can think off off the top of my head I want. I'd also would accept nice cuttings depending on how long they've been rooted. Also if you have a plant you're willing to trade but you think it would be unfair I could compensate for then in certain ways if you get what I'm saying
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    I will offer something for you to weigh, if nothing better comes your way(sorry for the bad poem, did not mean to rhyme).
    I have a N. 'Red Leopard' of that size. Though the parentage is obvious intermediate/highlander, Trent Meeks says they grow really well for him In South Florida(see his post about Dec. Gallery for a pick of a more mature one). Anyay this is a nice plant from tc.
    Actually, if you have the room, I will trade you two of them for your one plant.

    Cheers,

    Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (The Griffin @ Dec. 27 2004,3:54)]I will offer something for you to weigh, if nothing better comes your way(sorry for the bad poem, did not mean to rhyme).
    I have a N. 'Red Leopard' of that size. Though the parentage is obvious intermediate/highlander, Trent Meeks says they grow really well for him In South Florida(see his post about Dec. Gallery for a pick of a more mature one). Anyay this is a nice plant from tc.
    Actually, if you have the room, I will trade you two of them for your one plant.

    Cheers,

    Joe
    that would be an awesome trade but I want something smaller, as I'm running out of room in my small cube chamber.

    I want to trade this big plant for a small one say less the 7-8 inches.... [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_o_32.gif[/img]
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    I am sorry. I have two red leopards that are 7-8"-when I said "that size', I meant of the size you were looking for, not two foot diameter plants.
    Does that sound more inviting, lol?

    Cheers,

    Joe

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    oooh ok, thats good, I love the way that plant looks but I'm a bit leary as to if it would thrive and not jyst live in my set up I have a true lowland set up with heat reaching 95-8 on occasion which all my ploants love, I'd hate to get it and it just sorta sits there idle throwing out leaves but not being happy, I think I'll heed your poem and see what else comes my way...


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    No worries [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]

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    Jess,

    Don't know where you live, but check out this thread about half-way down. Trent grows this in Boca Raton(sp?) , Florida.
    Same plant as mine.
    Mine are not going anywhere, so go ahead and search for a true lowlander-if you don't find anything, I'll still have them.

    Cheers,

    Joe



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    I'm in socal,

    But I'd rather just get a true lowlander, you wouldn't happen to have a small lowlander that you could trade?
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