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    So far I have these VFTs;

    All Green
    Akai Ryu - Red Dragon
    Big Mouth
    Blood Red Traps
    Creeping Death
    Crossed Teeth
    Cupped
    Dentate
    Fine Tooth x Red
    Green Dragon
    Low Giant
    Pink Venus
    Red-Green
    Red Piranha
    Red-Purple
    Regal Red
    Royal Red
    Sawtooth
    Sharks Teeth
    Typical

    on the way;


    Burbank's Best
    Giant
    Red Jaws Band & Teeth
    Dingley Giant
    Paradisia
    Dentata

    I also have;

    Cephalotus
    D capensis narrow
    P primuliflora
    S purpurea ssp. venosa
    H minor


    (Edited by greencrunch at 2:53 pm on Mar. 8, 2002)


    (Edited by greencrunch at 2:58 pm on Mar. 8, 2002)


    (Edited by greencrunch at 4:55 pm on Mar. 21, 2002)

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    OK, here goes. This is my collection. I have been growing for just over 10 years now.

    Dionaea:
    typical erect form
    Large (giant?) form
    cv royal red
    all red form from Atlanta botanical gdns
    cv Akai ryu
    cv Sharks tooth
    cv Claytons volcanic red

    Cephalotus follicularis

    Catopsis Berteroniana

    Byblis Gigantea

    Drosophyllum lusitanicum

    Darlingtonia californica

    Drosera:
    Anglica
    Rotundifolia
    Intermedia
    Filiformis ssp filliformis
    x hybrida
    Aliciae
    Capensis alba
    Capensis red form
    Natalensis
    Regia
    Sp megaliesburg
    Binata t form
    Binata var dichotoma
    Binata var multifida
    Binata var multifida 'extrema'
    Binata 'cv'
    'lake badgerup'
    carbarup
    Roseana
    Eriksonae
    Callistos
    Sewelliae
    Closterostigma
    Pulchella orange flowered
    Pulchella x nitidula
    Villosa
    Peltata
    Erythrorhiza

    Pinguicula:
    Grandiflora
    Vulgaris
    Agnata 'el lobo'
    Laueana
    Ehlersae
    Esseriana
    Primuliflora
    Cyclosecta
    Oaxaca
    Gigantea
    Emarginata
    x weser
    Gigantea 'alba' x moctizumae

    Utricularia:
    Biloba
    Sandersonii
    Livida blue flwer
    Pubescens
    Laterifolia
    Bisquamata 'betties bay giant'
    Nephrophylla
    Uniflora
    Dichotoma
    Praelonga
    Reniformis
    Longifolia var forgetiana
    Tricolor
    Vulgaris
    Unidentified aquatic. very vigorous like large gibba

    Heliamphora heterodoxa x minor

    Nepenthes x ventrata
    Nepenthes X mixta

    Sarracenia:
    Alata typical
    " black tube'
    " red lid'
    " red lid stocky form'
    " red lid areolated form
    " Pubescent
    " Redder pitchers with age

    Flava var flava small form
    " cv Maxima
    Flava var cuprea
    Flava var atropurpura
    Flava var rubricorpora cv burgundy
    Flava var rubricorpora various plants
    Flava var rugellii various plants
    Flava var Ornata

    Leucophylla
    " Schnells ghost yellow flowerd form
    " Purple and white giant
    " Pubescent

    Purpurea ssp Purpurea
    " " f. Heterophylla

    Purpurea ssp Venosa
    " " var Burkii

    Rubra ssp rubra long lidded form
    Rubra ssp Gulfensis
    " " f. heterophylla
    Rubra ssp alabamensis

    Oreophila

    Minor
    " Okeefenokee giant

    Psittacina
    " f. Heterophylla

    Hybrids:

    x catesbaei
    x mitchelliana
    x popei
    x excellens
    x swaniana
    x moorei
    x minata
    Purpurea ssp venosa x oreophila
    Alata 'red lid' x flava var rubricorpora
    Alata 'red lid' x flava var flava
    (x areolata) x Alata 'red lid'
    Moorei 'brooks hybrid'
    x Judy

    Thats it i think. every year i gain and lose plants so its hard to keep track! I do have a photo of my colection ill post when i can upload it.


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    Byblis liniflora an excellent terrarium plant ?

    The plants need a LOT of light and a photoperiod > 11 hours, otherwise they will die.
    In nature Byblis liniflora is an annual and most people cultivate them as an annual. Seedlings will grow extremly ! fast and can flower in 4 months. They produce a lot of seed, even under (strong!) artificial light.

    Btw...
    I also grow some carnivorous plants and have a growlist of them :
    http://www.drosophyllum.com/english/growlist.htm

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    This is a view over part of my Sarracenia collection.

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    Great picture Richard. Where do you get hold of your plants in the UK? I know Cambrian Carnivores is coming back in spring after being bought by Andy Wilkinson.
    Noah - can you tell me what a 'Creeping Death' VFT is??! [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]

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    At the start of my collection, i bought most of my plants from Marston exotics and Cambrian carnivores but now i get all my plants from the UK cps meetings. Its amazing what and how cheap you can pick plants up for! The Heliamphora Heterodoxa x minor cost just 3.50 for the mature plant!!!!!

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    "Creeping Death" VHT is a procumbent, very long stemmed, large traped VFT. Don't have it yet but working on it!

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    Yes, that's right. It gets 6" plus leaves, really narrow, and nice sized traps. That is, that is what it is supposed to get. Ever since I received my plant, it has been forming short, wide petiols with huge traps at the end. Maybe the long petioles is only a summer thing. I'm working on getting it into tc, so this one should be becoming more common in the future, that is, if it really is a different variety. [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]

    Noah

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