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  1. Thread: Byblis gigantea

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    I use equal parts of peat, perlite and silica...

    I use equal parts of peat, perlite and silica sand, the same mix for my lamellata.
    If they ever get too leggy, cut of the growing point and the plant will produce side shoots.
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    How is the Green Dragon different from the Red...

    How is the Green Dragon different from the Red Dragon?
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    You should have got some extras lol. On another...

    You should have got some extras lol. On another note, I know some people who grow or grew the wacky trap(and the person who discovered it) and have seen it up close. IMO, it is just a very ugly...
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    This method works also for B.filifolia. I am...

    This method works also for B.filifolia. I am testing it on gigantea and lamellata and will report back if it is successful.
  5. Thread: D. lanata

    by CP2k
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    Be sure to wash the medium used for sowing,...

    Be sure to wash the medium used for sowing, especially if it is peat. Otherwise, you might a layer of slime mold etc. that will make germination very difficult...
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    Does anyone know the details of the Florida...

    Does anyone know the details of the Florida introduced flytraps such as the estimated number of plants originally introduced and whether they were a single clone or multiple clones?

    I have found...
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    Any pictures of the 12in plants with 3in traps...

    Any pictures of the 12in plants with 3in traps http://www.terraforums.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_k_ani_32.gif
  8. Thread: LACPS

    by CP2k
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    The mystery ping is gypsicola.

    The mystery ping is gypsicola.
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    That looks like a typical flytrap. Unless it is...

    That looks like a typical flytrap. Unless it is labeled as cup trap, it is probably just a normal flytrap. Cup trap does not produce normal traps for me.
  10. Thread: D. neocaledonica

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    D.neocaledonica produced seeds for me also....

    D.neocaledonica produced seeds for me also. Unfortunetly I lost the parent plant and seedlings a while back.
  11. Thread: drosophyllum

    by CP2k
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    I would probably just repot the plant into a...

    I would probably just repot the plant into a larger pot, rather than drill through the smaller pot. I have repotted dozens of Drosophyllum without any problem. Even had a large Drosophyllum fall out...
  12. Thread: D.regia

    by CP2k
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    Hi Dewy, You might want to check if the plant...

    Hi Dewy,

    You might want to check if the plant was previously grown in a high humidity environment or if it was recently removed from tissue culture. In both cases, the plant would need to be...
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    I think a nice sized regia is comparable in value...

    I think a nice sized regia is comparable in value to a rajah, especially since rajah is not too uncommon anymore as it is being produced via tissue culture.
  14. Thread: Nepenthes seeds

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    Are you sure that it was not pollinated with...

    Are you sure that it was not pollinated with pollen from another species/hybrid?
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    Generally, the plants will form a pronounced...

    Generally, the plants will form a pronounced winter rosette, so you it would be best not to keep them too wet during the winter. I made a cross of this myself and the resulting plants vary in their...
  16. Thread: D. adelae seeds

    by CP2k
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    Good luck with the seeds Jim. ImWindPlant, My...

    Good luck with the seeds Jim.

    ImWindPlant,
    My plants made seeds when I did not pollinate them, however, I suspect that something else might have pollinated them. My plants only made seed for me...
  17. Thread: D. adelae seeds

    by CP2k
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    They might be fertile. I was able to germinate...

    They might be fertile. I was able to germinate seeds of adelae from my single clone.
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    D.lanata can grow larger than 3in. My plant is...

    D.lanata can grow larger than 3in. My plant is currently a little over 4in. I imagine that it would grow larger given a larger pot.
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    It is possible to have Drosophyllum flower in...

    It is possible to have Drosophyllum flower in under two years. All of the plants I grew from seeds flowered at around 1.5 years old. I top water my plants and allow the water to drain from the pot.
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    Great plants. Especially the kenneallyi and...

    Great plants. Especially the kenneallyi and xLadle.
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    Hi Juan Carlos, Byblis seeds tend to easily be...

    Hi Juan Carlos,
    Byblis seeds tend to easily be crushed or damaged during shipping. Even padded envelopes sometimes do not work. This could be why the seeds "fell apart".
    Remember to wash the...
  22. Thread: Roridula dentata

    by CP2k
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    You don't need smoke to germinate dentata. I...

    You don't need smoke to germinate dentata. I germinated some in 2003 by sowing during the spring in wet soil. The soil was allowed to dry in the summer and rewet when temperatures dropped in the...
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    I've never seen any of the above cp vendors. On...

    I've never seen any of the above cp vendors. On the west coast I have seen the following:

    Gubler's Orchids:
    Drosera capensis 'Albino'
    Nepenthes unknown
    Darlingtonia californica
    D.adelae...
  24. Thread: Byblis

    by CP2k
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    From what I have heard, B.filifolia can live for...

    From what I have heard, B.filifolia can live for many years under the right conditions.
  25. Thread: Contaminated lfs

    by CP2k
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    Try peat, perlite and sand based mixes for...

    Try peat, perlite and sand based mixes for scorpioides and capensis.
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