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    I am looking for the following seeds. I am making a bog garden in North Carolina.

    I have used copies of
    The Savage Garden by Peter Dmato
    Carnivorous Plants by Adrian Slack

    Looking for seeds of:

    Drosera capensis (all forms)
    Drosera intermedia
    Drosera filiformis (not the tropical one)
    Drosera rotundifolia
    Drosera binata
    Dionaea muscipula
    Sarracenia flava
    Sarracenia leucophylla
    Sarracenia rubra
    Sarracenia purpurea
    Sarracenia alata
    Sarracenia psstancia (no clue how to spell this one) psittacina!
    Sarracenia oreophila
    Sarracenia minor
    Sarracenia hybrids/unknowns
    Pinguicula lusticanica

    And plants or seeds of
    Any hardy Pinguicula
    Any hardy Utricularia that spreads quickly
    OR any other bog garden friendly carnivorous plant

    Thanks,
    Alex




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    You can make a bog garden with all those cps except the D.capensis because it doesn't need a dormancy, but the other cps need a dormancy.

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    join ICPS they have a very extensive seed bank!
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    PM me your address, I'll send you some D. intermedia seeds
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (glider14 @ Feb. 19 2006,12:41)]join ICPS they have a very extensive seed bank!
    I would agree with this statement.
    I understand that if the conditions are not too harsh, D. capensis will come back from the roots, so it may survive season-to-season in a NC bog garden.

    Cheers,

    Joe

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    D. Capensis can survive subzero temps easily in MI so they should be suitable in a NC bog. Sunpitcher, I thought you lived in Las Vegas...?
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    i do. we bought a second house in north carolina this summer for my grandma.

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    Sunpitcher, PM your addy, I have a packet of D. capensis seeds that I was wondering what to do with....
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    YOU! Outta my gene pool!

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