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By Adrien
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Update on Schuppenstiel I
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By optique
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Such a nice looking cultivar.

@Matt any idea when with will be back on the store?
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@optique, we should have some available this year for sure. I also have it in tissue culture right now so we will be rolling out some nice plants probably in mid to late summer. If you want to know when it comes in stock, be sure to sign up for product alert notifications on the product page:
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By optique
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@Matt, got one, thanks
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By Adrien
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Love the stems on this thing, I really want trichterfalle or trichterfalle x coquillage for the funnel traps and the schuppenstiel leaves!!
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Schuppenstiel can make funnel traps too! It happens very rarely, but it does happen from time to time. Trichterfalle does it the most consistently of the three but it is also the least vigorous and smallest and least impressive looking plant. Trictherfalle x Coquillage is an awesome plant with great vigor and very, very long cilia on par with Phalanx and Miss Pimbeche.
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I actually noticed funnel traps on mine this week. It's a small plant, I thought it may have had something to do with the size or it was deformed somehow. Cool to know that's what it does
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By Adrien
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One of the few plants that kept its coloration!
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By murrkywaters
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Matt wrote:@optique, excellent! Thanks so much for the business :D
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