dmagnan wrote:I too have ALWAYS ordered small plants (I have never ordered a mature plant or a "large" plant when it is offered). I really enjoy getting them small and watching them grow to adulthood. But of course, it's really awesome to have a monster plant in your collection. And they always divide into smaller plants, so you'll have the opportunity to raise those divisions from infancy to adulthood if you choose to do so.DTDream18 wrote:Of course I love the looks of mature plants. But I enjoy very much getting younger plants and raising them up intoI agree wholeheartedly. For me this hobby is just as much about being to raise and take care of these little guys as it is to have them.
their full glory.
DTDream18 wrote:Matt ... Any chance you will be adding any more unpotted Red Piranha's for sale ? I ordered 6 of them yesterday and would love to order a few more. But I see that all there is left are potted ones. I hate to waste a good pot that I would just discard immediatly. ( I also would hate paying for the extra potting charge and postage ... LOL )I have quite a few Red Piranhas, but they all look so small right now because they're dormant. Red Piranha seems to die back during dormancy more than some other clones. But as long as it is made clear that they will be much larger once they break dormancy and people understand that (Steve made up a "notice" and emailed it to me and I put stickers on the packing slips to hopefully explain to people that the plants look small this time of year), I guess there isn't too much of a problem.
How about you wait until you get your current order (which I shipped today and should be there by Tuesday or Wednesday) and then PM me if you still want more Red Piranha? It really is an awesome clone when it's in it's full glory, as you can see by the photo of my mother pot during the growing season