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By bisnicks
Posts:  140
Joined:  Wed Aug 08, 2012 10:13 pm
#150773
Hello,

I'm new here but I'm getting my collection started!

I've been looking all over for these but haven't had much luck!

As far as requirements go, I'd prefer the Cephalotus follicularis be 2-3 years of age or at least have 1-2 inch traps. I'm not looking to spend a ton (no more than $15-20) on it.

As far as B-52 goes, I'd like if the traps were at least .75-1". I'm not looking to spend a ton (no more than $15-20) on it as well.

As far as Jaws goes, I'd like a plant that has quite a bit of red in the traps. I'd like if the traps were at least .75-1". . I'm not looking to spend a ton (no more than $15-20).

As far as burmannii "giant red form" goes, I'd like to not spend more than $6-7 on it.

I hope my budget is reasonable for these plants. From what I've gathered, they should be. Obviously I could cover shipping for these plants as well. My zip code is 44614 (Canal Fulton, OH).

Thanks,

Matt
Last edited by bisnicks on Thu Aug 09, 2012 3:42 am, edited 1 time in total.
By Siena
Posts:  79
Joined:  Fri Mar 02, 2012 4:53 pm
#150811
Droseragemmae.com has baby cephs in stock for 16.90, I ordered one, had nice folliage, good size for the price :)
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