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    Nepenthes Specialist nepenthes gracilis's Avatar
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    Why not do searches on your own? There are only about 6 big nurserys worth searching in the US. Overseas are a whole different ballgame.




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    eh...i couldnt find it.
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    Even if a nursery doesn't have it listed, call 'em anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (nepenthes gracilis @ Dec. 02 2006,9:33)]Why not do searches on your own? There are only about 6 big nurserys worth searching in the US. Overseas are a whole different ballgame.
    Because I've been doing my own searches for N. glabrata for almost a year now and have yet to find it...That's why!

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    N. glabrata is certainly with some US nurseries right now but perhaps they are choosing not to sell it yet. Availability of this species will go from poor to good in the spring of 2007.
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    I've been growing mine outdoors for several years without any problems. One is in the vining stage. They often put out small sideshoots and the tendrils are really long. Wistuba Nursery in Germany was the only provider of this plant for a while but a MAJOR supplier of Nepenthes is releasing glabrata so it should become readily available soon from what I heard. I'm not endorsing any nursery that is in competition with this forum. I'm just stating that the only clones of glabrata that I grow and have heard of originated from tissue culture in Germany.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Borneo @ Dec. 02 2006,9:42)]N. glabrata is certainly with some US nurseries right now but perhaps they are choosing not to sell it yet. Availability of this species will go from poor to good in the spring of 2007.
    Good to hear! I'm hoping it will be the same for N. hamata relatively soon. Do you happen to know when it will become more readily available and affordable? I've heard that overseas it's much more common (and less expensive) than over here.

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    Let's just say that I wouldn't be surprised if it was available in the next month or so.

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