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    Oh yeah, I also collect Hybrid tea roses around 80+ different hybrids. 30 or so outside annual and perrenials of varying plants.

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    i have about 40 species/hybrids/cultivars. i dont know how many auctual plants i have lol.

    i probably have the most D. adelae. tore apart three large plants for leaf cutting and now i have hundreds of buds.

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    I will jump in here too. I have lots of lots, of lots plants. I collect species orchids (I am starting to work on Florida natives, some very interesting stuff here. Mostly tropicals but I have a few temperate.), xerophytes (not realy cacti, more or less Asclepiads), Tillandsia and a few other Bromeliads, carnivorus plants (mostly temperate stuff and native boggy stuff), iris (hierloom and native), and tons of southeastern natives. But since you want numbers try this on, somewhere between 3 and 5 thousand D. intermedia and fast aproaching on that on the VFTs. Freakin weeds!

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    WOW! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_k_ani_32.gif[/img] That's alot of plants! I can't even imagine having thousands of them. How did you get so many? That seems like it would be pretty tough to take care of them all. I'm impressed.....nice work [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]
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    i would guess they are growing "wild" out side.

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    Do seedlings count? Then I have lots. If not, then - not enough. Check out the growlist link in the post.

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    All I had to do was copy and paste my growlist from my webpage.


    Cephalotus follicularis - Australian Pitcher Plant
    Typical



    Darlingtonia californica - Cobra Lily
    Typical



    Dionaea muscipula - Venus Flytrap
    Dente
    Red Dragon
    Typical



    Drosera - Sundews
    Drosera adelae
    Drosera aliciae
    Drosera capensis 'alba'
    Drosera capensis 'red'
    Drosera filiformis ssp. filiformis
    Drosera rotundifolia
    Drosera spatulata
    Pygmy - D. nitidula ssp allantostigma



    Drosophyllum lusitanicum - Dewy Pine
    Typical



    Genlisea - Corkscrew Plant
    Genlisea lobata



    Heliamphora - Sun pitcher
    Heliamphora heterodoxa x minor - passed away, new 1 in the fall



    Nepenthes - Tropical Pitcher Plant
    Nepenthes bicalcarata (seedlings)
    Nepenthes 'Emmarene' (khasiana x ventricosa)
    Nepenthes rafflesiana
    Nepenthes sanguinea
    Nepenthes 'ventrata' (Nepenthes alata x ventricosa)

    Nepenthes hamata - on it's way, ordered yesterday



    Pinguicula - Butterworts
    Pinguicula esseriana
    Pinguicula grandiflora
    Pinguicula lusitanica (seedlings)
    Pinguicula moranensis
    Pinguicula primuliflora
    Pinguicula pumila (seedlings)



    Sarracenia - American Pitcher Plant
    Sarracenia alata
    Sarracenia 'Dixie Lace'
    Sarracenia Flava 'Heavy Veined'
    Sarracenia leucophylla
    Sarracenia leucophylla "red"
    Sarracenia purpurea
    Sarracenia rubra



    Utricularia - Bladderworts
    Utricularia gibba (aquatic)
    Utricularia longifolia
    Utricularia sandersonii
    Utricularia tridentata


    My Grow List Updated 8/24/17

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    I grow thousands of plants, many thousands if you count the pygmy Drosera rosettes individually, lol. If you are willing to provide the space, conditions and skills it is amazing how many plants you can accumulate, especially if you embrace the concept of sharing without asking for profit or return. In 2001 I had not a CP to my name.
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