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By spruill771
Posts:  138
Joined:  Tue Apr 12, 2011 3:06 am
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Primarily looking for Drosera hamiltonii & ordensis, but have gone ahead and included my entire want list.

Wanting:

Nepenthes clipeata
Nepenthes bicalcarata
Darlingtonia californica
Drosera ordensis
Pinguicula planifolia
Roridula gorgonias
Sarracenia purpurea purpurea
Sarracenia oreophila

Will trade any species that I have at least two of, but would prefer to buy.

Link to my growlist: spruill771-s-grow-list-t40223.html
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By hollyhock
Posts:  2856
Joined:  Thu Mar 05, 2015 8:56 am
#323222
Here is a few that are on your wish list. :D
N.bicalcarata
pinguicula moctezumae
S.purpurea
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By Shadowtski
Posts:  4128
Joined:  Tue Mar 22, 2016 8:19 am
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I have some extra D. hamiltonii plants. They're smallish, grown from root cuttings.

I'll post a photo tomorrow.

You can have the small ones for free, just pay shipping on a small flat-rate box.

But there's a catch......... there's always a catch.

I would ask you to sponsor a giveaway, giving away a small extra plant from your collection.

Fair enough, or too weird?

Good growing,
Mike
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By spruill771
Posts:  138
Joined:  Tue Apr 12, 2011 3:06 am
#323234
Shadowtski wrote:I have some extra D. hamiltonii plants. They're smallish, grown from root cuttings.

I'll post a photo tomorrow.

You can have the small ones for free, just pay shipping on a small flat-rate box.

But there's a catch......... there's always a catch.

I would ask you to sponsor a giveaway, giving away a small extra plant from your collection.

Fair enough, or too weird?

Good growing,
Mike
I can do that! Just PM me that cost and I can send it via PayPal or Venmo.
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By Shadowtski
Posts:  4128
Joined:  Tue Mar 22, 2016 8:19 am
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Here's a few shots on my D. hamiltonii community pot. The Mother-Plant is not going anywhere, except maybe into a bigger pot.

There are three plants grown from root cuttings.
I had not looked at them for quite a while.
They're tucked into the back, between some bigger pots.
I did not realize that the one had gotten so big, it's almost respectable.

I know that I offered all three in one offering, but I think I'd like to split them into two offerings.
Another grower posted that they were also looking for hamiltonii.
The large offspring is one offering, the two small ones are one offering.

spruill771, you get first choice if you're still interested.
Free plant, but shipping is $7.20, and you do a plant giveaway in the near future.
Jeeper, you get second choice, same deal.
You gentlemen interested still?

Good growing,
Mike
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