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After I saw adnedarn's photo of D. regia big Easy, I got very interested in it. I really don't have "any" seeds left to trade so I rather send SASE or some fairly common drosera or pinguicula- possibly "a" cutting of cephalotus..
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adnedarn

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A D. regia plant in general is pretty difficult to get. People have offered more and recieved not even a bite.. Good luck though!
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Well, I got regular Regia from Bob Z. for N. rajah (which I havn't send yet, due to very weak growth).
I'm just looking for Big Easy though...
Uh.
I have to search for months to get this awesome plant!!!
 

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D regia for a N. rajah
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...are you feeling ok? i know Regias aint cheap but.......for a rajah? how big was the rajah and regia?
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I think a nice sized regia is comparable in value to a rajah, especially since rajah is not too uncommon anymore as it is being produced via tissue culture.
 
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Their pitchers were about 1 inches or less in length, and Bob Z gave 7-inch long regia and other CPs though
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I don't know about what's very rare and common- most of them. So I just trust the people I trade, hoping they are honest, and most of the time, they are
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