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By Coco
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Joined:  Mon Jul 08, 2019 3:07 am
I don’t know if it’s because I grew them under strong artificial lights and baptized them with maxsea, but my pygmies are still producing gemmae!

They’ll be shipped in a padded envelope via first class mail. Gemmae will be placed in centrifuge test tubes wrapped in a wet paper towel so that they won’t be crushed.
*Note - I only have 5 centrifuge test tubes left where I’ll be getting a shipment next week. After the first 5 test tubes, they’ll be sent in double padded, squared cut out cardboard boxes.

$5 per packet of gemmae.
(10-15 viable gemmae per packet, unless noted otherwise)

$3.50 shipping with tracking no matter the size order.

PayPal Friends & Family, USA preferred, please.

For sale:
D. patens
D. paleacea
D. micrantha Cranbrook, W.A.
D. oreopodion
D. helodes 'Red Form'
D. allantostigma
D. nivea
D. pedicellaris x callistos
D. pulchella ‘Pink Flower’
D. x legrandii
D. x ‘Dork’s Pink’

Some pics:

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Last edited by Coco on Thu Apr 09, 2020 1:57 am, edited 2 times in total.
By hungry carnivores
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Joined:  Sun Apr 05, 2020 7:31 am
Hi! I'm working with a museum in my area to help educate student on carnivorous plants, and we thought pygmy sundews would be very interesting however they are quite pricey. Is there any way I could trade you pingueculas for gemmae or you could send a few free of charge? Thank you for your help.
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By Coco
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Joined:  Mon Jul 08, 2019 3:07 am
Just received the pings from Hungry Carnivores! They're all in great shape and very well packaged. Great communication with no problems at all where I'm looking forward to more trades! Thank you!
By ChefDean
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Joined:  Tue Sep 18, 2018 12:44 am
Coco is not endorsing me in any way, but get these gemmae! I received 3 different kinds, and about half were already sprouting upon arrival.
Them are some strong plants!
By hungry carnivores
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Joined:  Sun Apr 05, 2020 7:31 am
Hi I saw deans post and it reminded me to say that Coco's gemmae came safe, fast, and were of excellent quality.
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