Updated 6/20/08 Excuse misspellings for the time being. My CP interest focuses mostly on Sarrs, I have been fascinated with them since I was a kid. Although my growing space is limited, my plant interest is broad and overlaps my hobbies, education, and profession.
Besides the CPs, I also "dabble" in Hostas, Podophyllums, Sansevierias, natives and plant communities, veggies, etc. Thank you Rob C, Ron L, Ron D, Dean C, and others for a few of the wonderful plants on the list below!

S. oreo x leuco x minor x flava
S. 'Judith Hindle'
S. 'Dixie Lace'
S. rosea
S. purpurea venosa
S. minor
S. rubra
S. flava x leuco "Milton"
S. 'Pretty n' Pink'
S. leuco "white" x oreo "green"
S. 'Flash'
S. rubra x oreo x purp "burkei"
S. leuco x psit
S. leuco "red"x minor "okee giant"
S. leuco x purpurea
S.'Bugscoop' (courti x leuco "Chipola")
S. excellens (Leuco "red" x minor "okee giant")
S. 'Scarlet Belle'
S. mitcheliana x willissii
S. minor x rubra rubra (or visa versa?)
S. purpurea venosa
S. flava mostly green
S. leucophylla (typical)
Woodnative 1(fantastic pink/white readii-ish)
Woodnative 3(catesba-ish RED).
Woodnative 2 (leuco-ish)
Woodnative 4(excellens-ish great color/pattern, still young)
rubra jonesii green x leuco "white" x self?
S. 'Scarlet Belle' x flava "red tube" 1
S. 'Scarlet Belle' x flava "red tube" 2
S. purpurea venosa
S. purpurea purpurea heterophylla
S. leucophylla 'Hurricane Creek White'
S. leucophylla 'Hurricane Creek White' seed-grown
S. Dana's Delight
S. readii 'Alabama Red'
S. rubra jonesii hybrid (from ICPS seed as jonesii, possibly x purp??)
S. 'Georgia Peach'
S. 'Red Sumatra'
S. leuco antho-free
S. rosea luteola
S. rubra antho-free, Georgia population!
S. flava rubricorpora
S. catesbaei, Dominic Diaz Clone awesome!
S. 'Cinnamon Tube' awesome!
S. alata "black throat" x S. flava
S. 'Ladies in Waiting'.
S. alata "Red/Black"
S. psittacina "red"
S. minor "Red"

Venus flytraps (typical)
Cephalotus follicuris 'Hummer's Giant' Thank you again R!
Drosera adelae
Drosera prolifera
Drosera schizandra (hanging in there!)
Drosera intermedia (Edison, NJ)
Drosera aliciae