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    I think the only one that has a chance of making it is the P. Primuliflora. The others look too far gone.... But hey, I've rescued some plants from Lowes that looked like that and they came back!

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    I'm sorry Goldtrap but I had to edit out your "cussing". You know better. I do agree with you though. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]

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    I agree that the pings should make it. I think the nep and vft are gone though. Seedling, have you contacted the nursery that sold them?? I think most have a guarantee of safe arrival, even if it's the post office's fault.


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    I agree with all the above, but DON'T give up on the nep. Yes, it looks bad, but you never know. I've had some come back from pretty ugly shape.

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    So here are the results!

    P.primuliflora & Dionaea 'red dragon' both have new growth! The N.bicalcarata 'Red Flush' & Pinguicula planifolia are dead 8(.

    Here is some thing that amazed me: There where a couple of other pings that had completely disintegrated, they had no leafs just a few small roots left. There was also a completely blackened and dried out D.nidiformis. I had, just for the heck of it tossed all of the above into a pot and covered them lightly with standard cp mix. Well low and behold! 10 days later there is life!

    [img]http://home.**********.com/seedling/backfromdead.jpg[/img]

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