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    cyclopse Your Oldest Plant??

    Hello everyone!!

    I thought it would be cool to hear how old your oldest plant is (carnivorous or not). And what would be even more awesome is if you have a picture from then and a picture of it now. Please share!

    And...begin the awesomeness!

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    Probably my 10 year old N. edwardsiana.It's also one of my smallest.

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    I only calculate plant age by how long I've had it. So none of mine are older than spring of 2011 since I sold all my plants in 2006/2007 and moved in with my ailing father. When he died I started collecting again.

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    i wish i had a cooler plant that was the oldest but i have a jade tree that i rooted as a tiny cutting freshman year of highschool. it is now about 30 inches tall and has a ncee round form. lots of sentimental value

    7 years i've had it now.

    heres a pic from about 5 years ago. will have to snap one of it now

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    I have a 5 foot N. ventricosa "red" that I've had for probably over 5, maybe up to 7 years now, can't remember.
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    Myles that is a cute plant!

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    I guess my oldest would be a clone of D. adelae that's been around my collection for about three years. Best five bucks ever.

    I've also got an old ventrata I got at the same time, that was in a perpetual state of almost death until I cut it up. Hopefully I can finally see some pitchers.
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    By far...a Pothos I got in the mid '80's. The vine wraps our dining room...several times around, over 40' of vine.
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