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By Eric
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Joined:  Thu Nov 13, 2008 1:23 am
#97184
Good luck with the Darlingtonia!
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By bombsboy
Posts:  584
Joined:  Tue Jan 26, 2010 4:57 am
#100479
MICKEY wrote:i would live a cutting of filiformis ,what would it cost?
also some darlington seeds the grow wild around here but don't want to bother a wild site
For legal and conservational issues I would suggest not to collect from a wild site. The seed packs (I beleive you live either in N. Calif or Oregon) would probably be 2$ for shipping, seeds free of course.) and the filliformis cuttings would be free too. I would only ask for shipping fees from you. Thanks!
By Eric
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Joined:  Thu Nov 13, 2008 1:23 am
#102129
bombsboy wrote:Thanks for the pictures, those would be nice to trade, or some cuttings!
Hey Bombsboy,
My root cuttings of my Capensis Red have finally produced plantlets. Would you still like to trade?
By maurizio
Posts:  5
Joined:  Thu Apr 14, 2011 6:38 am
#102141
Hi, I don't know if you recieved my pm. I try here:
My name is maurizio, from Florence, Italy.
I'm looking for fresh seeds of USA Pinguicula, I see you have P.lutea, P. ionantha and P. planifolia seeds. I'm interested in buying or swap them. If you have location of the seeds, please let me know that.
I can offer the following seeds:
D. capensis "Montague pass" (a very large form, it is the biggest one in the second picture)
D. capensis "Baines Kloof" (it forms long stems)
D. aff. stolonifera ‘Giant Hills form’
D. admirabilis "Ceres"
D.lovellae
D. trinervia
D. venusta
D. biflora "Amajari"
look here at pictures of D. capensis "Montague pass" and "Baines Kloof" and D. aff. stolonifera "Giant hills form":
https://picasaweb.google.com/maurizio.s ... vYWIkeSZdw#
and, if you know that, please could you let me know who should I ask for P. caerulea seeds?

Thanks
Maurizio
By bombsboy
Posts:  584
Joined:  Tue Jan 26, 2010 4:57 am
#102339
Yea people in the UK tend to have lots of cephs... esp with the cheap price from CZplants.com! I wish i can have a ceph...
By Dionae
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Joined:  Tue Nov 09, 2010 3:03 am
#102476
Here are those pics bombsboy ;) .
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D spathulata "Frasier Island"
D spathulata "Frasier Island"
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Red Piranha seedling
Red Piranha seedling
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By bombsboy
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Joined:  Tue Jan 26, 2010 4:57 am
#102979
Thanks for the plants, I have a leucophylla already. But a seedling is always a nice challenge! And what do I do to keep the sphagnum alive/ how do I cultivate live sphagnum. That would be a helpful tip. Thanks!
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