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By Jimbok3
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I have a link for a young ceph it costs around $16 for the plant, I have to find the link again but will pm you the supplier once I find it again. ;)
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By Jimbok3
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I just sent you a PM about the cephs!!


- in reference to the Heliamphora, I have not found any site with reasonable prices for a young plants. The cheapest i found was for $60 for a small plant from a cutting. Ebay is your best bet, you just have to snipe the plant in the last few seconds (that's how I got a hold of my little Heliamphora)
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Jimbok3 wrote:- in reference to the Heliamphora, I have not found any site with reasonable prices for a young plants. The cheapest i found was for $60 for a small plant from a cutting.
We will have a lot of Heliamphora minor and a few H. nutans for sale for reasonable prices ($20-ish) soon:

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By Jimbok3
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Matt wrote:
Jimbok3 wrote:- in reference to the Heliamphora, I have not found any site with reasonable prices for a young plants. The cheapest i found was for $60 for a small plant from a cutting.
We will have a lot of Heliamphora minor and a few H. nutans for sale for reasonable prices ($20-ish) soon:

You can sign up for product alert notifications on the FlytrapStore here:
http://www.flytrapcare.com/store/other- ... minor.html
http://www.flytrapcare.com/store/other- ... utans.html
That's awesome, my second heliamphora arrived with a rotting rhizome and i've been trying to get a hold of a new one!
By Jimbok3
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They are highland plants so the cold should not do any harm to them. I used to live in Traverse city so I know Michigan winters quite well :lol:
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BoothEatsBUGS wrote:So because helis are relatively stubborn growers is it tough to ship them to somewhere cold in the winter? Or can they be shipped with heat packs?
They're actually easier to ship in the winter than in the summer. No heat pack necessary. They can actually take freezing temperatures, but plants in transit rarely, if ever, get exposed to freezing temperatures. The only time we have had problems with plants getting damaged during shipment is when the customer isn't home to bring the plants inside when they're delivered.
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