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Thread: Need: D. rotundifolia from specific locations; P. lutea (any location)

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    Need: D. rotundifolia from specific locations; P. lutea (any location)

    D, rotundifolia: seeds, or several plants-DO NOT NEED ANYMORE ROTUNDIFOLIA AT THIS TIME!

    California populations, New Jersey pine barren, southern states, or "Charles Darwin"

    P. lutea

    from anywhere

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    I have a Pinguicula Lutea, but I need to reproduce it (I only have one)

    I know a place where you can get seeds or a full-grown plant if you're interested.
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    Thanks wolfin. Is it a store I'd rather not go there right now. If its for trade, sure!

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    I'm not so sure about the availability of P. lutea... They are supposedly quite difficult to cultivate. However, I think you could find the rotundifolia. Try searching the ICPS seedbank, or ask Adnedarn.

    If you're really in a bind, maybe ask Barry Rice where you can get some (he maintains an FAQ). (Not so sure about asking seed from Barry Rice himself however...)

    EDIT: About P. lutea, I saw one for sale online at ____.
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    Alaskan rotundifolias?
    LOOKING FOR: N. (argentii x bicalcarata) x {[(lingulata x edwardsiana) x (naga x hamata)] x [(klossii x undulatifolia) x (aristolochioides x rajah)]} Growlist: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=124586

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    Angry

    Yes, I have Alaskan ones. They probably won't do me any good though. Right now, they are green. Do they get red?

    I have contacted Barry--photography only

    I have contacted the ICPS seed bank--none availiable

    I have contacted Not a Number--SASE offered

    I have contacted Sundewman--hasn't responded

    I have contacted Peter at CA carnivores--too expensive

    I have contacted Elgeko--checked all over ICPS seed bank (however you spell it)

    I have contacted many others also!

    Receiving 1 plant and a pack of seeds so far. Maybe some more plants later? Negotiations are in progress.


    Could someone tell me Ivan Snyder's email or whatever. I need to contact him next. Mybe he will have some of his own hybrid that he is willing to send me (for something of course).


    No one has any Idea about the California one. I can't get replies from those that have "Charles Darwin" I CAN'T get rotundifolia from other warm states because no one is offering me anything!


    THIS is absolutely crazy. You would think I was trying to find the rarest species on planet earth, when in fact rotundifolia is everywhere (for a cp that is) I think it all comes from my being so specific. WELL, I'VE BROADENED MY SIGHTS NOW. I don't need rotundifolia from California. I just need some from warm states (like southern california) or "Charles Darwin"

    Hopefully I get them soon, my bog won't wait forever.

    I don't want to buy p. lutea--yet.
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    Ouch.....
    Always interested in a trade. PM me. Growlist:http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=120564


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    You need to learn a little patience. Annoying people left and right isn't going to get you very far.

    The LACPS meets every other month and then next meeting is in February. In my post on your other thread I said I won't know if I have any extras for at least three months. There are still 2 weeks to go for stratification of the seeds I am attempting to germinate.

    Let see, I got your email Sunday night when I checked the mailbox you sent the mail to. Tuesday afternoon is too long for you. I've been editing videos the past three days as well as working on my year-end accounting. As it turns out I have some extra Big Lagoon Humbolt County seed that I was going to offer you for an SASE but since you opened your mouth and inserted your foot I'll have to think about it.
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