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    I can donate 2 N. x ventrata plants in 3" pots. I am in Ohio.



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    I know I can dig up something...I know I have a large s. leucophllya at home, and more I am sure. I know I can donate a few bucks. I take it that the e mail will enclose shipping addresses and whatnot

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    I will give two different divisions of s. rubra var. wherryi, Mobile County, Alabama and one very old and mature cutting of s. rubra var. alabamensis from Chilton County, Alabama near the town of Thorsby. Last I heard, that stand was extinct from poachers. This is a very aerolated(sp?) pitcher with many faint windows.
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    It's been one of dem days BigCarnivourKid's Avatar
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    Anyone interested in washed silica sand? I bought a bag today and don't think I can use it all. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/tounge.gif[/img] I could set up a one or two 5 pound portions to donate. I did the vinegar test on it and there have been no bubbles formed. Should be good stuff.

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    No S. alabamensis, jonesii, or oreophila plants can be auctioned, right?
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    Casper, I will get back to you, but I am sure that I can find a few plants for this auction.
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    It's been one of dem days BigCarnivourKid's Avatar
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    If I remember correctly what I read on the papers that came with my S.oreophilas, you can not sell the plants across state lines. You can send them as a gift, but they can't be sold or traded except within the state you reside.

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    No plants are being sold. You are making a contribution to a charity. The owner will not profit off of the plant. The winner of the auction makes a donation straight to the charity and someone else sends you a gift.

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