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    it is the coastal variety.

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    My very first carnivorous plant that I ever bought was a "Little Pot of Horrors" butterwort back in 2000.

    Does anyone know what kind of butterworts they were selling back then? It had yellow-green leaves with strongly incurved margins, and the leaves curled over a fly I applied to the leaf.


    I think it was a Lutea.
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    There used to be a drug store that carried CP's in 3" pots, no grower labels at all, but they had plant ID tags. I bought a Dros. nitidula x pulchella from them.
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    Saw an S. flava in the Botanical Wonders box.

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    NAN:

    I have seen Bloomrite VFTs at Armstrong before.

    Wonderful list you created!

    Oh, Glubber's Orchids sells N. ventrosica, P. moctezumae, and p. primifloria
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    The butterwort you bought was probably P. primuliflora.

    Lutea is sort of rare, and its puny and kind of disappointing. Primulifora is very easy to propagate, is big, and flowers a lot.
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    Anyone seen this new stuff at thier Lowe's?

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