I had originally intended to offer divisions of Heliamphora "Tequila" for the NASC auction, but life somehow interfered -- and who the hell is the NASC anyway and why should they get a thin dime from us?
There, I said it.
Anyway, I have five or so divisions -- which may or may not have roots -- from an H. "Tequila" in need of re-potting (not including a couple on reserve) for 10.00 priority shipping through Paypal (for the packaging, moss and my tlc to email@example.com). For those unaware, this Marsh Pitcher was developed by Geoff Mansell at Exotica Plants in Oz and may either be a naturally-occurring hybrid or a supposedly complex horticultural one, involving several crosses. So much crap has circulated about this plant over the years, that the only thing I can say with any certainty is that it looks like a Heliamphora to me.
Those who have already received plants from Av8tor1's recent offer are ineligible for this one. What do you want -- everything? Depending upon my schedule, they will either go out on this Monday (the 27th) or the following Tuesday (the 5th -- due to Independence Day). Either way, I will alert the recipients.
In the vein of Butch "Av8tor1" Tincher, I don't want to see these plants on Ebay, along with the usual latex clothing, gimp masks, or vintage Hustler magazines from the more . . . verdant 1980s. If you do so, you will be ineligible from any future offers down the pike; and, as the immortal Carnac once said, "May a carsick mongoose change the color of your seats . . ."
At the height of last season -- before a harsh winter: