RE: NANFA-L-- Native Pitcher Plant

Subject: RE: NANFA-L-- Native Pitcher Plant
From: Shane Graber (SGraber at
Date: Mon Sep 13 2004 - 07:13:36 CDT

Was it removed from the wild or was it a captively prop'd plant?

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From: Michael Wolfe
Sent: Sunday, September 12, 2004 1:41 PM
To: nanfa-l at
Subject: NANFA-L-- Native Pitcher Plant

Hope this isn't off-topic since it is about a native (but a plant not a
fish) and it relates to the convention...

Just want to share with everyone the outcome of a purchase I made at the
convention auction this year. I think that we were told that these were
"White Lace" Pitcher Plants... even if they did look like just a few blades
of grass when I bought one. Well, now you can see that they are living up
to their name.

Michael Wolfe
Oconee River Drainage
North Georgia

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