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  • $201

    - 2023-09-20 01:15:50

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    - 2023-09-18 16:25:08

N. clipeata – assorted clones: BE-4058 - 10 SMALL - Lot B7517

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  • Start date: 2023-09-15 09:00:00
  • End date: 2023-09-20 15:00:00
  • Current bid : $201
  • Published: 09/14/2023
  • Modified: 09/15/2023

Description :

These plants are in extremely vigorous growth mode and because of their vigor, they will establish easily and put on size quickly. The root systems are also well developed. 

History: First introduced through the wholesale auctions in April 2021.

Description:  This is the product of an ex-situ breeding program and is a random mixture of 12 different clones out of microprop. We are releasing all 12 clones as a random mixture, rather than releasing just a single clone and holding the others back, as we feel it’s really important for conservation to get all the clones out there, so that in time they can be flowered and more seed produced. As most of you will know, this critically endangered species is right on the brink of extinction in the wild. With 12 clones, there’s a good chance of having both male and female plants in the mix. Unfortunately, we didn’t keep the clones separated in the lab, but mixed them together, which in hindsight is not what we would have preferred. It would have been better to have labelled the clones separately so plants can be matched up with each other when it’s known which are male and which female, but unfortunately, it’s too late to do that now.

Because this item is produced ex-situ from a controlled pollination, we feel confident they are true, since unlike plants obtained from illegally collected wild seed, it’s not possible for them turn out to be natural hybrids.

The first photo is of a pitcher in cultivation in another collection, but will be very similar to plants shipped.

Source: Random selection from 12 different clones out of microprop.

Climate: Lowland

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