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dynastes67
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I have tons of these! I didn't think this many would germinate out of the 100 or so seeds I got.
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Not looking to get much out of these, please don't be afraid to PM me an offer if this interests you!
 
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I'll have to talk to you if mine don't grow. Have you ever managed to keep them alive for more than a year though? I've heard it's possible, but only in a specific environment.
 
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I would love these but I can't spend money ATM lol. I have grown them from seed, it is quiet easy, into 2ft flowering bushes,, but right after they set seed they died.

Nick
 

Satanas

dynastes67
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I'm going to have to end up cutting off most of these soon unless I have any takers?
Heres a brief want list:

Utricularia reniformis
Pleurothallis megalops
Lepanthes calodictyon
Lepanthes telipogoniflora
Trichosalpinx rotundata
Cephalotus
Sarracenia purpurea
 
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I'm going to have to end up cutting off most of these soon unless I have any takers?
Heres a brief want list:

Utricularia reniformis
Pleurothallis megalops
Lepanthes calodictyon
Lepanthes telipogoniflora
Trichosalpinx rotundata
Cephalotus
Sarracenia purpurea

I have purpurea var yellow jacket. It will be a while before I can send any though because of dormancy and stuff nearby it that doesn't like being messed with while it's asleep.

Although M.pudia apparently don't mind being that crowded together. They might be fine.
 
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NemJones

I Am the Terror Of the Night!
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I'll have to talk to you if mine don't grow. Have you ever managed to keep them alive for more than a year though? I've heard it's possible, but only in a specific environment.

Ive kept a couple of them for about three years. However, it seems if you keep them more than
One year, their reaction speed seems to drastically slow and the plants are no longer as vigorous as they
Once were
 
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