Beautiful N. eymae. Do you know if this clone will continue making pitchers with oblong mouths?
Thank you, Clue. I'm not certain.
Sometime I would like to trade for an eymae basil
2) prompting someone to offer propagation material of a treasured plant verges on obnoxious; when a grower has a division of something to trade, they will undoubtedly announce it. Hint Hint.
You are going to love N. tenuis. It's one of the most prolific species I grow.
Paul, I've seen your video. I cried from joy...............
Eymae is a cute Nep. On my to-do list once I have the proper setup. I like the peculiar pitcher shape.
Well, maybe I could just git rid of my garage to make space for a greenhouse.
Jen- My Grow List: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...00#post1154900
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