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    Try Chris Fieger. You might have to wait until spring though.

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    Welcome Hydrous,

    Can't help you with what you're looking for as I've not yet ordered plants from anywhere yet. So far I've bought all my plants at local nurseries and stores. Some of the other guys here have though...

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    Thanks for the link, dode . . . may I call you dode? But I've decided to just go ahead and buy the imature plants. I think it'll mean more to me if I raise them from babies anyway.

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    Where in Canada are you Hydrous? I've got tonnes of CPs that aren't bought as hybrids or anything from places like White Rose, Home Depot etc... There are a few nurseries around me that carry CPs, one that Specializes in Sarrs, and one that has a few sarracenia in their pond section...

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    Thumbs up

    hey were are these nurseries anyway im not far from u so ya please do tell everone
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    Harper's in Ancaster has Sarracenia in their pond section. There are a few there now. The more southern species seem to be in dormancy, but the purps still have their regular foliage. It is possible that they are dormant too though. I would check in the summer though.

    www.niagaraexotics.com is the website for another nearby nursery. Call him ahead of time because it's a backyard operation. He specializes in sarrs, but hes got D. filiformis, VFTs, all that kind of stuff too. Email him though...

    Holland Park Garden Gallery (Burlington) has some of those 'novelty' like plants... Kind of like at white rose. It's a big place and you can almost always find a plant to buy, even if it's not a carnivorous one. I've gotten a dying Phalaenopsis for five dollars, it's healthy. It's also where I got my Oncidium x "Sharry Baby", at about $30. So those two orchids along with a Tillandsia pruinosa and my S. purpurea ssp. Venosa...

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    In ontario Zephyrusorchids.com has a couple neps that they can sell you. They also do mail order when the weather gets better.

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    I live in calgary. I found one place that has VFTs, but they didn't even know the variety, or even that there were different varieties. I had my heart set on one of the giant strains, these are so tiny. The traps are only about a cm long. I don't know what variety this is, but, in general, do the traps get bigger as the plant matures?

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