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HAVE: Drosera seeds- Wanna trade?

Posted by Krstofer Zone 8 (ish) (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 18, 05 at 10:18

Many of my drosera have sent up flower spikes and are currently in bloom. While it may be some time before the seeds are ripe, (I dunno how long it takes..) I'd like to trade for other drosera varieties when they are.

I'd like pygmy seeds especially-

Here's what I'll have, in no particular order:

nitidula X puchella
(limited number)
nitidula ssp. allantostigma X eriksoniae
(limited number)

Anyone interested? If you are, please send some mail & post "dibbs" below so the rest of us know what's available or not.

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