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    For Trade Bareroot Sarracenia rhizomes + extra Nepenthes plants

    I'm about halfway done with a big Sarracenia collection cleanup and division. Shoot me a PM if you're interested in anything or have any questions! Looking for basically anything but I do collect mostly Nepenthes species and Sarracenia. I am also especially interested in some bog associate...
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    Growing a better(?) Brocchinia photo log

    If you're familiar with Brocchinia reducta, then you'll probably know two-ish things about it: 1. In the wild they grow as neat little pipes ("tight rosette") 2. In cultivation they do not ("sad pineapple thing") The solution, as Barry Rice writes here, is high light intensity. So naturally, I...
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    In the spotlight

    Hi friends, I think this piece recently published in the Portland Mercury is well worth a read, not only because it involves our community here at Terraforums, but because it's a somber reminder of the ethics and responsibilities in growing our plants...
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    Summer Sarraceniaceae Shots

    Some shots of my neglected Sarracenia - seems to be a good year for them, we had a lot of rain this last winter. I owe a lot of my collection to the generosity of others on this forum :hail: <a data-flickr-embed="true"...
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    Some Myrmecodia seedlings

    It seems like Myrmecodia are all the rage with Nepenthes growers these days, so I tried my hands with some seeds. These are either M. echinata, M. platytyrea, or M. tuberosa (my university collection of ant plants isn't the best managed). I parked them in a plastic bag with some damp paper...
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    *PAID*(bijillon $1) Coffee seeds

    Up for auction are 5 Coffea arabica seeds I harvested and dried about eight weeks back that are ready for planting. Coffee is a pretty easy tree to grow and makes a nice houseplant; it enjoys pretty much the same temperatures as highland Nepenthes, so if you have greenhouse room to spare, these...
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    *PAID*(Alita $5) A bunch of Sußwassertang

    Susswassertang is an interesting aquatic fern that looks like a liverwort thallus. It grows slowly but isn't picky. Shipping's on me (PM me!), US only. Can throw in some typical java fern starts if the winner's interested. Starting bid $1.
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    Lithops flower

    I've had this particular Lithops for 4 or 5 years now but I think this is the first time it's flowered. I have no idea what species it is but it's a lot more resilient than many species I used to have (and consequently why it's still around). <a data-flickr-embed="true"...
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    Nepenthes cuttings

    1. I have about a dozen or so cuttings of my Nepenthes "graciliflora" (the "smooth alata") available for trade. This is a very easy and vigorous species that can grow as a lowlander and highlander, although it seems to be pretty scarce in the trade right now. I have unrooted 2- and 4-node...
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    Japanese Aldrovanda

    My Aldrovanda tank is getting crowded. Up for grabs is 3-4 Japanese Aldrovanda strands, each at least 3 inches long. I will cover the shipping costs. If you are interested, I will also throw in several Utricularia nelumbifolia seedlings. My only stipulations: • US only • Be an active member...
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    Fall winding-down photos

    School is fast approaching, ushering in my typical forum absence. I don't often post pictures of my outdoor collection, but taking pictures is a good way to pay some attention to them. Most of these plants are thanks to the generosity of fellow TFers. :hail: Darlingtonia One of my Sarracenia...
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    Some seed grown Sarrs with location data for trade

    I have a whole lot of Sarracenia rubra subsp. gulfensis "Ancestral Form", Crawford Co., GA that I started from seed ~3 years ago for trade. Looking mostly for Nepenthes and Genlisea but feel free to offer anything else. Generous amounts available, US only please. :-O From Barry Rice: "In...
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    Chaniana and Friends

    Nepenthes chaniana is one of my favorite species. After two years of trial and error, my Malesiana clone is finally looking presentable. Last pitcher -- unfortunately, they discolor at the base after feeding Finally a good-sized rosette N. chaniana x veitchii -- got this one a while back...
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    Germination Results of Seed from Dexenthes

    So a few months ago, TF member Dexenthes (Filipino journey here!) was generous enough to distribute quite a lot of Nepenthes seed from the Philippines. I received seeds of N. attenboroughii (119!) and N. nov. spec. Mingan (55) in March. This was my first success with Nepenthes seed, after about...
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    FT: N. chaniana x veitchii

    I've got an 8-inch diameter Nepenthes chaniana x veitchii up for trade. This is the common TC clone from BE and is a boy. It is well-established, originally purchased from Farin & Dallas ~1 year ago. I am mainly interested in Nepenthes and/or Genlisea species not currently on my growlist. I also...
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    Loads of Sarracenia Divisions

    So after putting my entire Sarracenia collection on the back burner for years, I finally got around to taking a weekend to remove the shards of broken plastic that were once pots and clean and divide them. I'd like to trade these off for Nepenthes, Genlisea, or Sarracenia species varietals not...
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    Nepenthes for Trade

    I haven't been here in ages. I guess that means it's time to get some more plants! PM me if you're interested in anything. I'm looking for stuff not on my growlist, primarily in highland and intermediate Nepenthes, Genlisea, Utricularia, or non-Japanese Aldrovanda strains. US only. This is a...
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    Clue's Gone Overboard!

    On Saturday, I attended the yearly "Halloween" BACPS meet, which was tons of fun. Then, out of the blue, Doris pointed to the raffle table and said "They're giving away some Drosophyllum seeds over there!". I picked up a pack, and it had at least fifteen seeds, which is more than I really need...
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    Giving Back

    Through the great few years I've been here, I've received so many generous offers. I feel now that I should give something back to the wonderful community here. For the ambitious young growers out there, I'll be offering the following things: [Taken: byuboy29] A Sarracenia minor division TAKEN...
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    More Stuff for Trade

    Medium-sized Sarracenia minor divisions Medium-sized Sarracenia 'Moore's Melody' division Larger Sarracenia alabamensis divisions CALIFORNIA ONLY Larger Sarracenia 'Hummer's Hammerhead' divisions Medium-sized Dionaea 'Justina Davis' divisions Medium-sized Drosera dichotoma 'Giant' Too many...
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