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    Meadowview Biological Research Station has quite a few nice ones available right now.

    You can check out their website at www.pitcherplant.org
    Al

    Keep in mind as well that anyone who becomes a memeber, gets 50% off their plant purchases from them for a year. It's a good, non-profit group. I'm a member and I help out as a volunteer. Good people.

    Hope it helps...Al

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    Hi all:

    In those cases where 50% off the plant is offered to new members: either the membership is expensive or the plants are overpriced. Please be careful when reading advertisements.

    Gus

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    I got mine from Dean Cook like wickedthistle said. He had like 10 of them then none were on the site. You should ask like she said, he may have some.
    They're about an inch and very healthy.

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    meadowview's membership is $25 a year, but if you cannot find the plant anywhere, how can it be too expensive. I was just down there a week ago, and they have some great looking plants, altho, I am unsure of the prices for a cephalotus. Mv is just north of Richmond Va.

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