I'll be there hopefully!
I'll also have some D. occidentalis x pulchella gemmae to give away and maybe some D. finlaysoniana seeds :D
Additionally, I have an extra pot of ~10 D. callistos brookton form pygmies I started a few weeks ago. These will also be available so I can save some space and...
I've received pygmy Drosera in various conditions.
The pygmies I sent you recently are being grown a bit unconventionally. They're in 2" tall pot that's almost entirely peat/perlite, which seems a bit wet/short for most people's recommendations. However, this is how I recieved them and haven't...
Since only starting CP growing earlier this year, I've only gotten one batch of pygmy Drosera gemmae so far, which is D. occidentalis x pulchella.
I'd really like to expand my collection of these cool little guys, while hopefully doing the same for other folks.
D. occidentalis x...
Wasn't claiming 'Dixie Lace' was x wrigleyana, notice the "or complex hybrid" in my statement and my inclusion of the parentage/registration info above, however I could understand the confusion :)
I am curious what makes you doubt the potential of a psitt x leuco cross though? E: I assume this...
Not sure if your question about commonality was towards the cultivar or pubescence, so here's both answered :P
I've found some are definitely more pubescent than others, but it really depends on the species/clones you're working with.
Dixie Lace is a well-known cultivar.
I do have some doubts...
Looks like S. 'Dixie Lace'
From the registration:
This specific clone was selected in 1993. It resulted from a 1988 pollination at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (hereafter UNCC) that germinated in 1989 (seed lot 88-14). The female parent was a natural hybrid between Sarracenia...
Glad you joined up!
Do you have a wishlist of Drosera species you're interested in or a list of species you currently have?
There's a growlist section which I tend to add all that info for myself.
I don't have a ton of dews (and most of them came from you, lol), but interested...
It's great to have another Portland-area grower!
Be sure to check out our monthly meetups in NE, next one is Nov. 12th! (Here's a FB link in case you'd liek a reminder as it gets closer)
Being a Sarr grower myself...do you have any favorites?