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    thanks Phil!
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    This is tims whining post, no one elses, I NEED ATTENTION!
    Oh boy.

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    "The above picture is of a heterodoxa x nutans."

    This plant is harder to find than heterodoxa x minor, so I can understand why it would be harder to find it in a larger size.

    Helis are neat and can take some time to grow into mature plants, but it is definetly worth it! [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]

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    Thats pretty small.
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    Hey Tim, I personally like plants that are younger. My pitcher taht I got from cooks is only a little bigger then yours and I love it. You get to see them grow up. It's like having a kid. Just think your little baby is gonna grow up and get it's first mature pitcher and eat it's first big bug not to mention it'll start asking for the car and be on the phone all the time and you'll get to be there for it all. You should enjoy it before it wnats to move out.

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    The only thing that I truly don't like about plants that small ( and I know that it is something special, so don't get me wrong )....is that sometimes, well...

    They die.

    Seedling/baby plants, if not:

    1) taken care of by the owner ( that would be tim )
    2) the sender doesn't take good care in paking/sending them ( that could be anyone )

    Then the plant starts off at its new home on a bad foot...and sometimes, they just don't make it.

    my $0.02

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    You definately have a point there. I've had major problems (as you've probably read) dealing with adult plants taht I get in the mail let alone babies. I enjoy them more because I get to see them grow up but kick myself every time I lose one. It really is a give take kind of thing.

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