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Thread: Drosera tokaiensis, burmannii, indica, and intermedia seeds for trade

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    Cool Drosera tokaiensis, burmannii, indica, and intermedia seeds for trade

    Updated 5/29/2013: Still have some takaiensis seeds available for trade.




    This plant.....

    I have tens of thousands of seeds available for trade. Above is a picture of a few of the many parent plants that are constantly spraying seeds all over the place! If you have ever had success growing....anything....then you will have success with this plant. As you can see there are baby plantlets sprouting up EVERYWHERE. They flower constantly, self pollinate, and (for me) began flowering exactly 4 months after germinating.

    These are growing in an indoor greenhouse of sorts, where the humidity stays 45 - 55% and the temps range from 60s at night to 90s during the day. 16 hours of artificial light daily. Growing in chopped sphagnum. You can pretty much grow them in anything acceptable for other CPs. They are NOT picky!

    I don't know if this plant can handle frost / freeze. I've never let mine get cold.

    Okay now for what I will consider:
    (Seeds or plants, I don't care unless otherwise specified)

    Nepenthes: any
    Pinguicula: any, prefer tropical / subtropical / warm-temperate
    Drosera: capensis and any other tropical / subtropical only. Not interested in any temperate that requires dormancy.
    PM or post below, I don't care. Just make sure your inbox isn't full so I can reply to you! :P

    Thanks!

    -Will
    Last edited by ramdacc; 05-29-2013 at 02:54 PM.

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    Would you be interested in a N. mirabilis 'Hot Lips' cutting?
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    interested in Burmannii and tokaiensis seeds, can send you a few dews, including prolifera capensis typical and alba

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    I've got a flowering monster of a Drosera spatulata (four stalks), but despite having many months to grow, the buds refuse to open.
    Last edited by Plant Planter; 05-29-2013 at 06:06 PM.

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    Would you be interested in B. liniflora seeds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimscott View Post
    Would you be interested in B. liniflora seeds?
    Not at the moment. Thanks

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    PMs sent.

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