11 years ago our green house blew away in a very large storm, when this happened i quit collecting CP. About 2 months ago i found a large bag of seed stashed away in a refridgerator. The bag contained alot of petiolaris seed, several hard to get tuberous drosera, 4 forms of byblis and about 20 types of pinguicula. I looked at the bag and decided none of it would grow so i tossed it. I thought about it for a while and decided it could not hurt to plant it anyway. I mixed up my normal solution of GA3 and PPM and soaked all of the seed. I just looked today and i have a bunch of baby Byblis gigantea sprouting!! It is amazing that the seed was viable after being in a fridge for 11 years. Now for the question. 11 years ago there were two forms of Byblis gigantea, Perth and Eneabba, what is the Perth form called now?
I hope the Byblis Darwin Red sprouts too