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bananaman wrote:You do realize that Nepenthes, Cephalotus, and most Pingicula seeds are quite hard to come by, right? Cephs and neps almost never flower, and pings are hard to pollinate. Sorry I don't have any to offer...Now that u mention it, ive never seen seeds of for example a Cephalotus.
bananaman wrote:You do realize that Nepenthes, Cephalotus, and most Pingicula seeds are quite hard to come by, right? Cephs and neps almost never flower, and pings are hard to pollinate. Sorry I don't have any to offer...Well of course, how do you expect me to find seeds if I don't look for them
markus13 wrote:For Nep and Ceph seeds you're best bet would be to watch E-bay. I just checked and they don't have any Ceph seeds right now but there are a couple of vendors selling Heli seeds. There are always alot of Nep seeds on E-bay but I don't know how fresh they would be.Caveat emptor is appropriate on fleabay - possibly more than anywhere. If you're going to purchase seeds there, only buy from reputable sellers (the various forums have feedback). The less-than-reputable sellers will frequently sell old worthless seeds that will never germinate.
Nick_ wrote:http://www.rarexoticseeds.com/en/droser ... alian.htmlDaniel_G wrote:Any particular Drosera in mind?Preferably one that doesn't undergo a dormancy period.
Even more specific, glanduligera.
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