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By twitcher
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Joined:  Sat Aug 25, 2018 5:56 am
#338884
Looking for warm temperate or mexican pings, possibly sundews. Open to suggestions. Humpty Doo 1-1.5 inches range, will start flowering soon. Carborup now flowering, multiple plants in pots for trade by the pot.
By ChefDean
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#339497
I have an Emarginata x Juamavensis Mexican Ping that I have done a few leaf pullings from. I have a few pups in a couple of clusters about 1/3 inch wide that I think would survive the journey. However, since the pups themselves are small, I'd also add a couple fresh leaf pullings, so you could start them for more pups within a few weeks, in exchange for a Carbarup or 2.
Would that interest you?
Chef
By twitcher
Posts:  628
Joined:  Sat Aug 25, 2018 5:56 am
#339574
:shock: PM'd you. For the record, still looking to trade for pings. willing to get creative, too, if anybody else is listening.
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By twitcher
Posts:  628
Joined:  Sat Aug 25, 2018 5:56 am
#339587
Have one, but it is my only ping that is not thriving. It grows a leaf and loses an old leaf, grows a new one, loses an old one. I recently transplanted it into new media, a little drier and am going to add a supplemental calcium source if it doesn't respond to that.
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