NANFA-L-- Off topic-carnivorous plants

Subject: NANFA-L-- Off topic-carnivorous plants
From: DeMarle, Stephen (Stephen_DeMarle at
Date: Mon Sep 13 2004 - 14:00:40 CDT


If you can't find the original seller there are any number of companies that
sell carnivorous plants. S. leucophylla will most likely be on any
companies list. I've had good success with plants from Cooks Carnivorous
plants They have a wide
selection, all cultivated, and no wild collected specimens for sale. They
also have some of the native aquatic bladderworts that you can throw in with
your native fish (trying to stay on topic). That is unless your trying to
raise very small fry.

Steve DeMarle
Atlanta, GA


Date: Sun, 12 Sep 2004 17:37:35 EDT
From: EELReprah at
Subject: Re: NANFA-L-- Native Pitcher Plant

In a message dated 9/12/04 1:55:43 PM, rjs at writes:

I think I should have bought a couple of these. I remember them
being up for auction...and that they didn't look like >>

I have the same regret. Does anyone remember who offered them for sale in

Lee Harper
Media, PA
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