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    be careful of whhat you ask for these pots of moss are addicting and take up room. i have found that if you go to a local greenhouse and ask for a flat or two of 4 packs(what you buy bedding plants in) they take up less room until you get them established. than just pop the plug into a 3-1/2 or 4 inch pot when it fills up its cell. becarefull though some establish and spread fast and want to go mingle with their nieghbors.

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    i think that wouuld be the koolest thing ,
    i love how diffrent they look , i do like the flowers don't get me wrong but i love even more the leves and traps , i was able to grow sandersonnii in water and it grew it's little bladers for me to see in the water , i also have u. longifolia that one is awsome , when i first got it i was like darn it does'nt have any bladers , so i took a division and put it in peat /perlite and a clear contaner and it was in an aquatic enviro , sure enough it grew thousands of bladers to amase me with , now i just need to trade in my magnifying glass for a microsope.......
    what i like most about u renniformis is the large form has those HUGE leave that look like lilly pads and that eventualy it will grow bladders out of the bottom of a plant pot, and one of the orchidoids u.alpina
    i saw a pic od how the tuber is conected to the plant almost like a longifolia but under the tuber are ALL of the diffrent looking bladders!!!

    and U. tridenta looks in the bladders and stollons not the leafe parts the tubeythings it looks alot like U.ditchotoma een the bladders are almost undistinguishable from eachother the only diffrence i've seen is the flower s and the leafe looking stolons

    and how the leaves of U.livida can become so similer to U.sandersonni
    i think that's kool also.

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    well come spring i should have quite a variety i could send you. i have just recieved over half of mine and it will take till then before i can divide most.

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    wwwwooooooooowwww.......
    now that'll be something to look forward to
    , do you have any pic's of your growing area ?
    or like some of your plants ?
    i hope it's ok to ask.
    do you even know what your talking about ?

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    but did'nt it sound like i do!

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    all pics i have are outdated by months. its a total mess but seems to be working. ill try and take some this weekend and post them next week if you like. im in the process of cleaning house which doesnt help.

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    Congrats on the success and speed with which your collection has grown.

    My collection has also grown by 12 spices in the last few months - thanks to those who have helped. I now have a total of 30 utrics and 2 genlisea.

    If anybody out there wants beef up my collection I have lots-o room [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img]

    Chris

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    Hi Chris,

    Hmmmmm, what sort of minerals are in YOUR area, hee hee.

    I sort of have a soft spot for minerals, and for Rattler as well since he's sent me emeralds, sapphires and moss agates. Keeps promising me a mountain of garnets too someday when his wife isn't looking. When gemstones and gold ore start arriving in the mail, it fills me with happy energy and I find myself boxing up plants like theres no tomorrow!!!

    Still, if you send me your growlist, I might happen to have something I can spare. A collection the size of yours sort of insists on growing!
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    Sorry we don't have emeralds or sapphires in minnesota, how bout I send some taconite.

    O.K we do have a few nice Gems here, Lake Superior Agate, Thomsonite, and Jaspers - Mary Ellen Jasper being one of the best. I have samples of all these plus Pipestone and a few others stones I don't remember. The problem is I don't know where my box of rocks is......... I also have nice collection of geodes and Amethyst displayed in my apartment (I don't think I could part with any of these). The best I could offer are some peices of agate, I also have some crystals that were pull from rocks along the shores of lake Superior.

    Thanks, Chris

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