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    I actually have a diatas and tentaculata here I could part with.

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    Exactly the kind of responses i was looking for, thanks guys. Mass, I'm afraid living in Britain and having no fixed income means overseas trading is not an option for me ^^ nice of you to offer though!

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    That's one wrong resource then....

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    my ventricosa very quickly outgrew a 20 gal high terrarium
    right now my tiny's are glabrata, diatas and argentii
    It's a tough life being a Sarracenia farmer
    My Grow List http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=123776

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wire Man View Post
    N. argentii is not the easier grower, so keep that in mind. It's a rewarding one to grow, though. Here's a list for you;

    Highland
    -argentii
    -dubia
    -glabrata
    -jamban
    -jaquelineae
    -tenuis
    -diatas
    -talangensis
    -alba

    Lowland
    -bellii
    -campanulata
    -copelandii
    -and a speckled form on alata that has pitchers that are only 2" tall.
    Copelandii gets pretty big...at least mine is.....and jaquelineae and
    talangensis can get some pretty big leafspans.
    Some days it just isn't worth chewing thru the restraints.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CreatureTom View Post
    Exactly the kind of responses i was looking for, thanks guys. Mass, I'm afraid living in Britain and having no fixed income means overseas trading is not an option for me ^^ nice of you to offer though!
    ah crap.. I didn't even look. My bad man, good luck with the hunt.

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    The copelandii at Meadowview is tiny, 3" tall pitchers and narrow leaf span. I do know someone who has one with 11" tall pitchers. I guess it all depends on the plant.

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    If you can get yourself a *young* N. lowii, you can bet it'll stay small for a while as it's a very slow grower.
    <Heli> How are you guys losing your hamatas?
    <Brokken> Heli: The hamburglar.

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