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Where to get the really rare (Heliamphora, Cephalotus)

Posted by mcantrell 6 (Twin Falls ID) (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 9, 09 at 14:27

Any idea where to get a Sun Pitcher or an Australian Pitcher Plant? They're the only thing missing from my collection right now, and I have the extra room for them.

Is eBay my best bet?


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RE: Where to get the really rare (Heliamphora, Cephalotus)

The CP jungle might have heliamphora. check for updates. Cobraplant might have some ceps.


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RE: Where to get the really rare (Heliamphora, Cephalotus)

I was always under the impression from reading that Cephalotus are rare, but they have been offered in large numbers from several sellers almost continuously for the past 3-4 months on ebay so I'm guessing that is just another rumor! I'm not a grower of these sorts of things except for a half-dozen VFT and a Sarracenia purpurea, but have sort of been contemplating getting one.....maybe next year :o) Dan


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RE: Where to get the really rare (Heliamphora, Cephalotus)

Well, about 4 months ago a major Australian site was heavily poached, so...


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RE: Where to get the really rare (Heliamphora, Cephalotus)

The University of California, Davis, has sold Cephalotus in past plant sales (I have one). They are propagated on campus and are not wild collected...

I don't know if they will sell to out of state folks on-line.


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