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    one more thing you can always call or email the vendors in particular, i found that it may not be on their site but they usually have some they are willing to sell anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rball0406 View Post
    one more thing you can always call or email the vendors in particular, i found that it may not be on their site but they usually have some they are willing to sell anyway.
    This is very true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by n bicalcarata View Post
    where can i get another one ?
    Barry's CP faq is your friend for many/most questions....
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    Looks like you have found your information. One other thing just a little hint. It is spelled "Cephalotus".

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    This holds true on e-bay as well, but you don't get buyer protection then. I just nailed 8 Fuchsia thymifolia for bonsai in this way, but I have experience with the seller.

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    well everyone do you think that Wistuba has good cephs

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    also do cephs have sensitive root because when coming from germany they have to take the mediam away i want to get one from them but i was worreied about them taking away the soil

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    Quote Originally Posted by n bicalcarata View Post
    well everyone do you think that Wistuba has good cephs

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    also do cephs have sensitive root because when coming from germany they have to take the mediam away i want to get one from them but i was worreied about them taking away the soil
    Order locally, why get one from Germany when there are a handful of nurseries that have them in the US?
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    I'm smelling troll, but maybe I shouldn't be... Just do a search for Cephalotus or look on ebay, they are out there and in the U.S.
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