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    color me various shades of green.... ENVY! I will get there Someday!

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    Huch !

    Noone who is growing Aldrovanda or Byblis or Heliamphora or Genlisea or Roridula or... ?

    I wondered, because I never read discussions about them in this forum...

    The CP world is more than Nepenthes and Sarracenia (at least for me ;o) )
    My favourit plants are Heliamphora ionasii (I don't have one :o( ) , Roridula dentata (have some now ;o)))) ) and Nepenthes edwardsiana (the "true" one) (uuups... a Nep ! ;o) but I don't even know, if this plant has entered cultivation)

    happy collecting
    Martin

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    I would have a tough time listing what is personal collection so I will say instead that my goal is to obtain at least one clone of every Nepenthes and Heliamphora species. Ideally I would like to get 2 or more of each with opposite sex on the Nepenthes so we can get some sib crossing done! I also have some other things .. normal and red dragon vft, various Drosera and a couple Sarracenia and Pings. Can you tell I am partial to Nepenthes and Heliamphora?? hehe

    Tony

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    Actually I have byblis liniflora, heliamphora heteradoxa x minor, genlisea violacae 'giant.' However, I like droseras the best. I grow (well, me and my brother combined grow):

    Sarracenia:
    leucophylla
    leucophylla 'tarnok'
    alata 'typical'
    alata 'typical' (larger lid than above)
    alata (leo song)
    alata 'alabama roadside'
    psittacina
    purpurea
    rubra rubra
    rubra gulfensis
    rubra alabamanensis
    flava var. atropurpurea
    flava var. flava
    flava var. maxima
    flava var. rubricorpora
    flava red tube maxima (same as above?)
    flava var. rugelii
    flava ' heavily veined'
    flava (very large flowers, **** tran)
    oreophila
    oreophila (wip)
    oreophila 'red coloration'
    minor
    minor 'okee giant'
    minor x flava
    minor x alata
    x 'ladies in waiting'
    leucophylla x alata
    leucophylla x purpurea
    rubra gulfensis x moorei
    alata x purpurea
    unknown hybrid #1 (alabamanensis x flava?)


    Darlingtonia californica

    Drosera
    adalae
    affinis
    alicia
    anglica (CA x HI)
    binata
    binata 'dichotoma giant'
    binata 'dichotoma small red'
    binata marston dragon
    binata multifida
    burmanii
    burmanii ‘green’
    burmanii ‘berrwah’
    capillaris
    capensis
    capensis ‘alba’
    capensis ‘narrow leaf purple flower’
    capensis ‘red’
    capensis ‘wide leaf’
    colinsiae
    coccaulis (= venusta?)
    dichrosepala
    dielsiana
    dielsiana ‘robust form’
    echinoblastus
    glabripes
    graomogolensis
    hamiltonii
    indica
    intermedia
    intermedia x (anglica CA x HI)
    ladle
    lasiantha
    madagascariensis
    madagascariensis 'rhodesia'
    madagascariensis ‘botswana’
    microscapa
    miniata
    nidiformis
    nitidula ssp. nitidula
    nitidula ssp. nitidula x ? (X "Carbarup")
    nitidula ssp. omissa x occidentalis ssp. occidentalis
    nitidula ssp. omissa x pulchella
    occidentalis ssp. occidentalis
    occidentalis v. "Warriup"
    peltata
    peltata 'chookurbo'
    pulchella
    pulchella 'orange flower'
    pulchella (coral pink with a reddish centre)
    pygmaea (eastern states)
    regia
    roraime
    rotundifolia
    scorpioides
    spathulata
    spathulata australian hybrid
    spathulata complex hybrid
    spatulata x oblanceolata
    tokaiensis
    x watari (tokaiensis x rotundifolia)
    'ivans paddle' ((anglica CA x HI) x rotundifolia)
    unknown id. #1 (pygmy) (occidentalis?)
    unknown id. #2 (pygmy)
    unknown id. #3 (pygmy)
    unknown id. #4 (likely capillaris)
    unknown id. #5
    unknown id. #6


    Nepenthes
    ampullaria
    bicalcarata? (small)
    bicalcarata 'red form'
    fusca
    madagascariensis
    maxima
    merriliana
    rafflesiana 'baku'
    rajah
    thorelii
    truncata
    vieillardii
    ventricosa typical
    ventricosa 'cooks clone'
    sp. ?
    ((x outramiana) x mirabilis)
    x 'cantleyi'
    x mixta ‘superba’

    Pinguicula
    acuminata
    agnata x gypsicola
    cyclosecta
    emarginata
    gigantea
    ionantha
    laueana
    moranensis
    moranensis ‘el chico’
    potosiensis
    primuliflora
    ag x mor x ehl
    x George Sargent (gypsicola x moranensis var. caudata)

    Genlisea violacea 'giant'

    Heliamphora
    heteradoxa x minor
    minor or nutans

    Dionaea
    typical
    red piranah
    creeping death
    red dragon
    red-purple / big mouth

    Cephalotus follicularis

    Utricularia
    bisquamata
    foliosa
    gibba
    longifolia
    subulata
    unknown #1 (white flower)
    unknown #2 (leaves slightly narrower that subulata)



    (Edited by Noah at 9:29 am on April 3, 2002)

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    martin, I am adding some heliamphora to my collection next spring, the nursery that has them coming in will stop shipping tropiclas by the time they arrive, so he will grow them out for me all winter probably, and I'll get a bigger specimen come spring... and no.. it's a secret! I won't tell!

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    Hi again,
    Yeah, I guess I've been a little intimidated by things like aldrovanda, genlisea, etc. I'm going to try to master the basics(not really basics)before I try those plants that I'm not at all familiar with. I can't imagine Heliamphora is too much harder than Darlings--I'll try it when I get the chance. A cp nursery?...I haven't got the ambition(or brains):) Also, I generally hate giving up plants![img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img] I didn't remember a few of them, so I had to 'wander around'... I got a few strange looks!
    Cheers,
    Chris

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    My list is weenie compared to everyone elses:

    Dionaea
    8 commons (but will probably lose quite a few from the squirrel attack)
    1 dentata (probably wont survive either)

    Sarracenia
    1 s. "unknown" (but pretty)
    1 s. leukophylla
    2 s. purpurea

    Drosera (my personal favorite)
    1 d. adelae
    1 d. spathulata
    1 d. "unknown"
    1 d. capensis 'alba' (tiny baby)
    1 d. binata
    (the filiformis died... :-( ...and no sign of life from the rotundifolia or capensis i got in the mail)

    1 nepenthes "unknown"

    I plan to add more...particularly drosera. Soooooo many I'd like to have. My list is short and sweet...but I'm quite thrilled with all of them.

    suzanne

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    Me have...

    Nepenthes
    1 alata
    1 ampullaria
    9 gracilis
    1 rafflesiana(How can I not have one named after S'pore founder? [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img])
    2 mirabilis
    1 tobaicaXthorelli
    1 ventrata
    1 emmerene
    1 maximaXventricosa
    1 veitchiiXmaxima
    at least 30 assorted cuttings

    Butterwort
    1 P.Xweser
    1 esseriana

    Bladderwort
    1 Tricolor
    1 unknown

    Sundew
    1 spatulata
    15 intermedia (young)
    1 capillaris
    2 capensis

    Cephalotus
    1 very young
    2 cuttings

    VFTs
    20 typical
    2 sawtooth

    Sarracenia
    11 hybrids
    1 purpurea venosa

    Wish I can have more but have got limited space...in fact, I 've already pushed my luck with the plants listed above...they are all to go no further than a corner...on 2 windowsills and in a terrarium...Dad is monitoring...:)

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