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    Mine includes:

    Clarke, Charles and Lee, Ch'ien: Pitcher Plants of Sarawak (Ordered, not yet received)
    D'Amato, Peter: The Savage Garden
    Lloyd, Francis Ernest: The Carnivorous Plants
    Pietropaulo, James and Patricia: Carnivorous Plants of the World
    Romanowski, Nick: Gardening with Carnivores
    Schnell, Donald: Carnivorous Plants of the United States and Canada

    When I'm feeling more ambitious, I'll write reviews of each.

    Any suggestions for additions to my library?
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    None. My city library has The Savage Garden and Gardening with Carnivores. I put in the request for it to purchase The Savage Garden and I've wondered if there's been much demand for it. Hopefully it has inspired someone to become a fool like us.
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    So far I only have S.G. & CP's of the World. Next I hope to get the one about Australian sundews and the Taylor's Utric book.

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    CP's of United States and Canada

    The Savage Garden

    CP's of United States and Canada is the best book by far.

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    The World of Carnivorous Plants Pietropaolo 1974 My first CP book.
    Cultivating Carnivorous Plants Allan A. Swenson 1977
    Carnivorous Plants Adrian Slack 1979
    The Savage Garden Peter D'Amato
    Nepenthes of Sumatra and Peninsular Malaysia Clarke
    Nepenthes of Borneo Clarke
    Pitcher Plants of Borneo Phillipps and Lamb
    Carnivorous Plants of United States and Canada Schnell
    Weird Things You Can Grow Gloeckner

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    None -_- But I've read The Savage Garden.
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    I just ordered Taylor's The Genus Utricularia: A Taxonomic Monograph today. Out-of-print books ain't cheap.
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    Peter D'Amato's The Savage Garden
    That's it.
    Update: Parents convinced to allow me to keep greenhouse heated over winter. Most species will not be lost. Too lazy to update growlist.

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