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By Nepenthes0260
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#369515
Emmi K., the owner of Darwin’s Atelier, has some fairly cheap tuberous dews for sale right now. The three kinds I got from her when they were dormant in the summer (squamosa, menziesii, peltata) and doing great

Mo_carnivore on the forums has a pretty nice list of gemmae. Lary Snow also has some pretty rare species.
By Apollyon
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I almost got a bunch of pygmy from that store. I had to pull back lol. I didn't know they sold tuberous though. I'll need to look into that over the summer
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By Nepenthes0260
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Apollyon wrote:I almost got a bunch of pygmy from that store. I had to pull back lol. I didn't know they sold tuberous though. I'll need to look into that over the summer
She was selling them on FB back this summer so decided it was time to start growing tuberous ones :lol:. IDK if she listed them on her website but if not she posted them for sale on a couple of the CP sales groups.
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By evenwind
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For gemmae, I've had good luck with Midtown Carnivores, both from their website and especially from their Ebay sales.
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