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By sanguinearocks101
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Okay so my Nepenthes sanguinea decided to put out some more basal shoots(5 basal shoots produced in 2 months wow) and I was wondering if anyone would trade some utrics for some basals. I may trade for drosera or sarracenia but it depends on what species. I will definitely trade for a S. minor. The basal shoots are very small right now so I will wait until they are bigger to ship them if anyone trades with me. They will probably be ready in about a month.
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I have some drosera that I could take leaf cuttings from for a small bit of subulata but I am definitely interested in a reniformis. PM me if you are interested in the leaf cuttings.
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hungry carnivores wrote:All I have is subulata at this point in time, you sure don't want it :lol: . I should be recieving a reniformis soon, so check in 3mo or something, it grows fast.
The basal shoot has grown very slowly and the growth point mysteriously disappeared, however, I see a basal shoot forming on the basal shoot(The basal shoot has a basal shoot :lol: ) so once it gets a leaf or two I'll be ready to ship it.
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By Dr GreenThumb
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are Utrics easy to grow, could I throw them in my pond? I'd love one, but I'm europe. I have Capensis seeds soon I could swap.
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By Dr GreenThumb
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sanguinearocks101 wrote: Thu Jun 11, 2020 2:56 pm You could put some aquatic Utrics in your pond, and maybe even some Aldrovanda.
that would be awesome. I would love to start one of these small no filter aquariums also, maybe in a massive jar, and add a few shrimp. any good places in Europe to acquire these plants?
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Dr GreenThumb wrote: Thu Jun 11, 2020 3:34 pm
sanguinearocks101 wrote: Thu Jun 11, 2020 2:56 pm You could put some aquatic Utrics in your pond, and maybe even some Aldrovanda.
that would be awesome. I would love to start one of these small no filter aquariums also, maybe in a massive jar, and add a few shrimp. any good places in Europe to acquire these plants?
I was interested in those aquariums too. Utricularia graminifolia could be a good choice, but they can eat baby shrimp.
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Berrybob wrote: Thu Jun 11, 2020 4:36 pm but they can eat baby shrimp.
even better! :lol:
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By sanguinearocks101
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crazy_carnivores wrote:i can trade some p. agnata for a san. basal.
Sorry, but I am out of basals at the moment and I have already promised to do a trade with someone once it produces another one, if it produces 2 more then I'll let you know.
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