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cobra lily were to get

by cat1560 » Sat Jul 23, 2011 1:48 am

were can i get a cobra lily not from seed but a grown plant you se i have a black thumb for growing seeds :D
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Re: cobra lily were to get

by Eric » Sat Jul 23, 2011 4:05 am

http://www.californiacarnivores.com/thecobraplant.aspx A bit pricy, but they're not available anywhere else so far. (Unless Matt and Steve plan to release some anytime soon. ;) )
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Re: cobra lily were to get

by jht-union » Sat Jul 23, 2011 4:32 am

I have always want a cobra, but i'm sick of germinating so many seeds at the moment :( i don't feel like getting more seeds and germinating them. ( this is not true because i just ordered seeds from the FTS ;) , which if not most of them will go into vessels! :) )

For the moment i just wish i had an adult cobra, and not waiting several years from seed, althought it is more rewarding from seed, but today i don't feel like germinating more! :)


Definitely Matt and Steve should try to offer them just like with the helis! ;)
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Re: cobra lily were to get

by Matt » Sat Jul 23, 2011 1:30 pm

jht-union wrote:Definitely Matt and Steve should try to offer them just like with the helis! ;)

I sent Steve a few out of TC and I have more in TC. I'm not sure what happened with the ones Steve has. They may be nearly ready for sale or ready for sale, but we've been so busy with shipping orders lately that we haven't had time to add them to the store.
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Re: cobra lily were to get

by Steve_D » Sat Jul 23, 2011 2:29 pm

Matt wrote: I'm not sure what happened with the ones Steve has.

They're growing, but slowly, although some of them have their first very small adult-form pitchers. I'm not sure at what age to offer them for sale.

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Re: cobra lily were to get

by jht-union » Sat Jul 23, 2011 4:51 pm

Matt wrote:but we've been so busy with shipping orders lately that we haven't had time to add them to the store.


Understandable! ;)


Well, i hope to see them available i guess next spring? :)
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