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    Hey, does Darla every read this?

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    sometimes, but no biggy she generally laughs a it. shes one where quality come over quantity, i really dont think i could handle more than one of her
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    LOL! That's good, you're really not supposed to anyway!

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    Dang, I would love to see an Australian Pitcher Plant at a garden center here in the US! I always tend to see the same old stuff, like Cape Sundews and Venus Flytraps. Not that they're bad plants (some of my favorites actually) but it'd be nice to see something cool like a Ceph once in a while. I wonder why the US doesn't see plants like that in nurseries...

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    LLeopardGGecko:
    You must also realise that these plants are most likely of Dutch origin. They're mass-produced and wholesaled to well reputed garden centres all over Europe. The going price of these nice plants is GBP7.99, just under USD15.00. The pitchers are quite large (for what they are!) as can be seen from the pic I posted. Quite a competition I say.

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    You ever notice that US garden centers never have Cephs but always have a few wive wandering around? They look like customers, but maybe somewhere husbands are sitting back, boots on the furniture, no coaster under the beer, a game on TV and a nice Ceph in the window.
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    Bruce, (can't pass this up!) I work at Home Dept on Saturdays. Yes, this phenomenon is clearly occurring. Coincidence... I think not! Hey, are you one of those guys?

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    No, I traded my Ceph for a Nep. Maybe I just wanted to avoid the temptation. Or maybe a 10th Nep is better than a 2nd wife.
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