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    I can get Khasiana here in Sweden for 25$ so 1000$ would feel a little sick.

    BTW can it grow in a windowsill or with my lowlands?
    Need all the experience I can get...

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (The Griffin @ Sep. 15 2005,6:58)]I am saving my $1000 for a ventrata-it's a plant made of TWO species, so it's twice as good-much better value than a N. khasiana .

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    HAHAH you have no idea how hard that made me laugh, I literally had to lean over and just let teh iced tea fall from my mouth!



    "its a plant made of TWO species..."

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    Then N.'red skelton'
    Would be worth like 8000$
    Need all the experience I can get...

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    And just think what the extremely rare N. 'red skelton-the collectors edition' would be worth...........

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    This is amusing.

    I have a rare form of N.rajah. It's leaves, pitchers and roots are completely brown. It will not grow any larger, does not need to photosynthesize, and requires absolutely no water. It can tolerate nearly any temperature range. A GREAT BEGINNERS PLANT!!!!! And, for anyone with a fireplace, it would make excellent kindling!

    Any takers? I'll set the price at a mere $100.

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