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You know it may not seem like much but you know those are pretty pricey plants even the small ones! check around and you'll see that its a fair price unfortunately for us!
Tuyen thi uhhh the messanger provided by the site may work a bit better for ya and you'd be able to contact him quicker. Oh and if you realy want a quick response add a please or thank you in there. Those are great crowd pleasers and ya cant go wrong with being polite! Of course you know that and you were just in a hurry and forgot those details.....RIGHT?
We still have Heliamphora heterodoxa x minor
They are producing many mature pitches and are not the seedlings that you got
I would have to say that they have 3-6 mature pithcers and are from 3-5 inches tall. That would be pitcher size and not pot size.
There are not many left, so they are not up on the site....we always have something laying around here...you just have to ask. I can let you know what it available and what is not.
Hey Tim, I personally like plants that are younger. My pitcher taht I got from cooks is only a little bigger then yours and I love it. You get to see them grow up. It's like having a kid. Just think your little baby is gonna grow up and get it's first mature pitcher and eat it's first big bug not to mention it'll start asking for the car and be on the phone all the time and you'll get to be there for it all. You should enjoy it before it wnats to move out.
The only thing that I truly don't like about plants that small ( and I know that it is something special, so don't get me wrong )....is that sometimes, well...
Seedling/baby plants, if not:
1) taken care of by the owner ( that would be tim )
2) the sender doesn't take good care in paking/sending them ( that could be anyone )
Then the plant starts off at its new home on a bad foot...and sometimes, they just don't make it.
You definately have a point there. I've had major problems (as you've probably read) dealing with adult plants taht I get in the mail let alone babies. I enjoy them more because I get to see them grow up but kick myself every time I lose one. It really is a give take kind of thing.