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    Moderator Schmoderator Fluorescent fluorite, England PlantAKiss's Avatar
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    Hmmm...ten most wanted??

    1-10: Any plant, any seed, any gemmae, any anything. I'm not picky. :-)

    Suzanne

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    Last year it was Roridula dentata (was really hard to obtain)
    At the moment there is no really NEED for a plant, but I would try Drosera falconeri, Utricularia menziesii, Utricularia quelchii, Nepenthes villosa and Heliamphora ionasii this year...
    And I hope my next try with Byblis gigantea will be more sucessful.

    Martin

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    I may have P.Moranensis "Alba" as the flowers are pure white. Is that it?

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    well I wouldnt mind having one of those royal red vfts, and a N. hamata would be nice, maybe a N. aristolochioides those are kinda funky. A Byblis liniflora and Drosera scorpioides wouldnt be bad either.



    (Edited by unknownclown at 7:59 pm on Feb. 15, 2002)

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    NG,
    If you do have moranensis 'alba' I would be very interested. This plant has pure white flower petals and it is a heterophyllous mex. ping(forms succulent winter leaves that are noncarnivorous). Anyways...take a look at the gallaria at the CP faq. They have some photos of moranensis' flowers. The difference is that moranensis 'alba' has white flowers instead of the usual pink.

    Unknownclown,
    Those are some very nice photos. So many plants and flowers...

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    Well the only butterwort I have is the one you've seen and I thought it was a white flowering moranensis as I have checked with Phil (I bought it from him) and he siad NO it is definetly the Ioantha so sorry CP2k. I thought it was but only the Ioantha.

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    Oh well:)

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    Hi unknownclown,

    very nice pictures (the large pottet Darlingtonia in the background are my favourites) !
    Where did you take them ?

    Martin

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