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By twitcher
Posts:  576
Joined:  Sat Aug 25, 2018 5:56 am
P. marciano, gracilis x sumidero, moranensis x ehlersiae, laueana, moranensis v Roseii, lusitanica, primuliflora, and others. Also available D. aliciae, adelae and Utricularia.

Looking for pings I don't have.

Summer is a good time to trade. Will consider sales, but prefer to trade. Let's talk.
By Sundeewz
Posts:  87
Joined:  Sun Jun 07, 2020 7:35 pm
I have an emarginata i can trade in some months time. It’s currently rather young.
By Apollyon
Posts:  215
Joined:  Tue May 05, 2020 2:49 am
Same, I also have some pullings that are starting to hit their stride and are growing fairly quick. I have Esseriana, Ehlersiae, Pirouette, and Gigantea (This one will be a little while). My Esseriana cuttings are furthest along., one's spread is about 3/4 inch. Imagine in a couple months they'll be looking much better :lol:
By twitcher
Posts:  576
Joined:  Sat Aug 25, 2018 5:56 am
Thanks guys for the interest. I have everything mentioned so far. The esseriana I have has finally started to add some size, and is getting a little color. It spontaneously divided a few months back and I like the direction it seems to be heading. Never been able to get a leaf pull to work with that one, but Im probably doing something wrong. My emarginata is relatively new, so I don't have much history with that one. Both of them seem to be headed to winter form at the moment. Unpredictable pings.
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