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    Want: Bybilis

    Looking for Bybilis of all kinds..

    If you have some to trade, hit me up. I'm sure we can work something out.

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    Travis - byblis plants dont ship well, even if they are sent potted....
    you should try and find some seed, but many of them require special germination methods IIRC

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirKristoff View Post
    Travis - byblis plants dont ship well, even if they are sent potted....
    you should try and find some seed, but many of them require special germination methods IIRC
    well that's no fun.. guess I should wait until I'm able to give them the proper attention needed. Too much moving around in my near future.

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    I've found that B. liniflora will germinate as easy as most Drosera. It's the other species of Byblis that are difficult.
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    liniflora does seem to be one of the few which will germinate with no special treatment...
    IE smoke germination, gibberallic acid, bleach, etc

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    Scored some liniflora seeds.. depending on how well they work out, the search may be over.

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    The 10% bleach solution soak seems to work pretty well.

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