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Okay, they are not ready yet, but soon.  They will be going out small so no "it is so small" comments please.  I grow lots of plants so that I can give them out.  I can not grow 50 alicia, 50 bostwana, etc. until they are large.  I could never fit them all.  Besides the three listed above I will have some pings.  I will give them out, but trades would be nice if possible.  Trades will come first.  If not a trade postage will be a must.

Thanks to those who sent me the seed.  You make this possible.

This is just to let you know that I will be sending out again within the next month so you can prepare room.

Thanks

Oh, and I have to admit to a dummy.  The two pings I received on the last trade (the big shipping).  I did not write the names on the pots.  Could you PM them to me.

Also those I now have trades with.  It is to be warmer this week so I will be sending them out.

Psst...William, you have a very special plant coming. It is one of a kind. I created I myself. You must help me name this cultivator.
 
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Excuse my ignorance Copper, are any of those aquatic under water type plants?
I'm looking for something to grow in the pond of my PDF Vivarium. I don't remember the name of the plant I'm looking for, I just remember seeing a picture many moons ago, it looked kindof like seaweed.

joe
 
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The plant you may be looking for could be duckweed, salvina, or perhaps water lettuce. Not cps

Some Utricularia may also fill the bill of aquatic too.
 
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Thanks Nflytrap, I think it might have been a utric. I definately saw the picture on this forum and remember thinking it would be a nice addition to a frog pond.



Copper, I remember you wanted a plant from me but it was too cold to ship (and still is at the moment but is warming up) I know it had to have been a nep, but I'm not sure what species. Do you recall?

Joe
 
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No, I am not sure, bical maybe. You can send a growlist, I am sure I can figure it out
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. I have Inflata and aureas Utircs. They will work for you.
 
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My utmost compliments to you Copper for your continued successes and generosity. You can count on getting many more plants from me, and I have you in for a promotion in rank in "Tamlins Army" for service above and beyond the call of duty. How does Col. Copper sound? With a few more like you we could easily double the number of Drosera on growlists here and abroad. On behalf of our community, I thank you again for undertaking the work entailed in packing, tracking and sharing these plants.

I look forward to the surprise, and please consider me for D. madagascariensis if and when it becomes possible. Do check with me before sending as we are again going sub-zero here (is there no mercy?
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You grow girl!
 
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Hi copper! I would love any of these plants, and would gladly trade you any of the following:

N. x ventrata
N. x wrigleyana
N. x koto "efflugent" (I have to verify I have more of these when I get home.)
N. gracilis
D. adelae
D. venusta (I have to make a cutting. May take a bit to sprout)

Or, if you don't want any of the above, I'd be glad to make a monetary donation to the cause.

Capslock
 
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[b said:
Quote[/b] ]I look forward to the surprise, and please consider me for D. madagascariensis

Tamlin,

Heh heh, I think those seeds came from me as well.

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Capslock,

If Copper's D. madagascariensis "Botswana" aren't ready by the BACPS meeting, I can probably bring a few seedlings for you.
 
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Tamlin, if you're looking for a D. madagascariensis, I will have some plants that appear to be D. madagascariensis in spring. They came from mislabeled seed, however, and I am not completely sure of the ID, but they appear extremely similar to D. madagascariensis 'botswana'. I'd be happy to send you a couple in the spring if you want them (and more details/pictures if you are interested). They're definitely big enough to send, I've been growing them for over a year (but they have only recently been big enough for ID), though it's still way too cold to ship here.
 
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Okay, remember these are SEEDLINGS so no comments on, "they are so small". Of course they are. I can send out the madagacariensis "bostwana", Aliciae and maybe a couple other surprises. Trades come first and I will not send until shipping arrives for SASE. I have a few already in.
 

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HI, I see your a new member so you may not be aware of the CP Trading forum rules.

#1 Please do not ask or beg for free plants. If people want to give them out they will come to your first. Not the other way around.

#2 Please check out this topic... Trade Forum Rules

Thank you
 
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[b said:
Quote[/b] ]Just in case I did not make myself clear you can request the plants now

really? do you have any Sundew that i can have... i was going to buy one but i only have s$3 in my paypal so if you want i will pay for the shipping
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Yes, I do. I take it you are a beginner and not picky so I shall send some good beginner plants. Some will be seedlings, but I ship them in hard plastic so they will be fine. Send a PM and I will send my paypal account.
 
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Always willing to take seed. As a matter of fact, seedlings from the last batch you sent will be offered before long. Thanks from all.
 
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