Date: Fri, 30 Apr 1999 09:35:12 EDT From: Hayes7@aol.com To: firstname.lastname@example.org Message-Id: <aabcdefg1493$foo@default> Subject: Re: N. ampullaria
William and list,
> Does anyone know from where I can obtain a specimen of > N. ampullaria? I'm
going to stick with lowland Neps
Sure.... DANGEROUS PLANTS via Malesiana Tropicals!
The next order will be finalized in about two weeks for delivery in about a
month. Get your orders in early so you don't have to wait until the next
order. My favorite is the giant red, but the red spotted and green all look
great when grown together for contrast.
> By all accounts, N. ampullaria seems to be an easy
> plant to grow. Any thoughts on the situation?
I have many different clones and they are all growing as equally well as my
bicalcarata plants (these happen to be clone #6) Actually they are great
terrarium plants since they stay a lot smaller (than bicalc) and make really
cool basal pitchers. I have a couple photos in my growlist if you want to
see what they look like:
Take care and keep on growing,
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