Date: Tue, 1 Jun 1999 07:39:24 -0600 From: email@example.com To: firstname.lastname@example.org Message-Id: <aabcdefg1939$foo@default> Subject: Re: CP Nurseries in Denver (again)
Didn't see the first post. I'm afraid the CP nursery situation in Denver
is fairly similar to what you experience in Montana. There is one
nursery that might have a few Sarracenia and Drosera, but nothing
I'm certainly not a nursery, but occasionaly trade or sell extra things.
Jeff Shafer is a private grower out here who frequently has Nepenthes for
sale. If you want to visit or are interested in anything in particular,
let me know.
Boulder, Colorado http://www.geocities.com/RainForest/Vines/8564/
On Mon, 31 May 1999 20:08:03 -0700 Jamie <email@example.com> writes:
> Sorry if this is a duplicate-it's been a long weekend. I've been
>following the discussions for quite some time now, and thought I'd
>introduce myself (finally). I live in Montana, and currently have 3
>1 very small Nepenthes (alata, I think), 1 Ping (not sure which type),
>a cape sundew that I thought was dying, but seems to be making a slow
>sure comeback. :-) I'm hoping to have the money to order some Sarrs this
>summer (can't wait to actually see them!).
> I am taking a trip to Denver July 15 through 19, and was wondering
>there are any CP nurseries in that area I could visit. Up here we are
>well just to see VFT's in the nurseries, so it would be a lot of fun to
>able to visit a nursery (and increase my collection too?). Please let me
>know if you have any suggestions, and thanks for all the wonderful
>information that comes through the list! It's all been very helpful, and
>I'm learning a lot.
> Jamie Fuller :-)
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