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    This Stuff Will Kill You

    So here I am watching "Deadman's Curve" a 1978 bio-pic about the 60's Rock legend duo Jan and Dean. I couldn't help notice what those bags were in the back of the truck in the scene dramatizing Jan Barry's near fatal traffic accident. Be careful around that stuff.
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    PAID (The Griffin $21) (Drosera hamilonii - 2 different clones

    Drosera hamiltonii Attractive and super easy to grow. Propagates prolifically from root offshoots on its own. Getting it to flower is a challenge. On top of that the flowers are self-incompatible meaning you need genetically different plants in order to produce seed. Years ago I managed to find...
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    PAID (Ghost_Council $20) regia clone C

    Drosera regia clone C What can you say about Drosera regia? Give it a cool (above frost) winters and plenty of room for the roots and it should grow well for you. The clone C designation seems to have come out of the Atlanta Botonical Gardens possibly from Henning Von Schmeling (of Dionaea B52...
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    PAID (gnathaniel $12) Pinguicula rotundiflora

    Pinguicula rotundiflora Another Mexican Pingula that grows easily in temperate conditions. Flowers are a faint purple pink fading to white from the outer edges, centers are pale purple pink. Read more about the species...
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    PAID (BJTS $8) esseriana

    Pinguicula esseriana One of the Mexican Pinguicula this plant is easy to grow in temperate conditions. Given good lighting the leaves will take on a translucent pale yellow green with pleasant pink faces. Read more about this species here...
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    PAID (BJTS $15) cyclosecta

    Pinguicula cyclosecta One of the Mexican Pinguicula these are fairly easy to grow in temperate conditions. Given good lighting condition the leaves take on a pleasing green-purple hue. Flowers are a rich pinkish-purplish-blue with white backsides. Read more about this species here...
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    PAID (Grey Moss $2) Man-made White Flower Drosera tokaiensis

    Man-Made Drosera tokaiensis - white flower This is one of Ivan Snyder's (aka Dr. Frankensnyder) creations. According to a grower in Japan who studies the native D. tokaiensis white flowers are (or haven't been) found in nature. This is a sterile hybrid, propagate by leaf or root cuttings...
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    PAID (Est $14) Utricularia graminifolia - starter portion

    Utricularia gramanifolia This plant growing both terrestrially and aquatically for me (grows out of the drainholes into the cup). Seems happier as an aquatic. Another grower to whom I had given a portion to said it seems to want to grow optimally aquatically 12-18 inches below the surface. I'm...
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    PAID (Jaeger $20) Utricularia chrysantha - starter plug

    Utricularia chrysantha - starter plug This Utricularia flowers almost constantly for my in my plant shelf setup. Bid on a starter plug (approximately one inch diameter). Winner pays shipping USPS priority flat rate $7.90 USD. US only. I reserve the right to clip flower stalks to fit in...
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    PAID (charlie $12) Drosera hamiltonii - 2 different locations

    Drosera hamiltonii from different locations Bid on two plants, mature flowering size one each from different locations. As labeled West Australia and Esperance, WA. This species is self-incompatible so two genetically different plants are needed to make seed. Drosera hamiltonii has long been...
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    PAID (Cross $19) 'Dixie Lace'

    Sarracenia 'Dixie Lace' complex hybrid [(leucophylla x rubra wherryi) x (psittacina x purpurea)] Cultivar description: Photos: Large (for this plant) rhizome...
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    Genlisea subglabra

    Should the flowers be purple?
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    Flower Watch 2019

    Well the first flower this season was on my Sarracenia rosea but I missed getting a picture of that. So my second flower is from a S. flava Growth is late this year, thanks to prolonged cold weather (and rainy too). Let's see those flowers!
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    Treasures from King Tut's Tomb

    At the California Science Center in Los Angeles through Jan 6, 2019. After which will follow a 10 city tour in Europe. Some 150 artifacts on display. These along with the rest of the 5,000 or so tomb items will go on permanent display at the yet to be opened new Cairo Museum.
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    Another 15% Off eBay Coupon Day

    How to redeem your Coupon: Shop for eligible items. Pay for your item by 6:00 PM Pacific Time on September 27, 2018 Enter the Coupon code in the redemption code field: PICKSOON Full rules and conditions...
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    What is this Utricularia?

    I forgot to write it down when I got it and now I forgot :crazy::-D
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    Another 15% Off eBay Coupon Day

    15% off (minimum purchase $25, maximum savings $100). Coupon code PERFECTDAY. Until 9pm PT June 29, 2018 To buy several items add the items to your cart and then check out.
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    CPs in San Diego, CA

    Botanical Building at Balboa Park IMGP0733 by Not_a_Number, on Flickr IMGP0734 by Not_a_Number, on Flickr IMGP0735 by Not_a_Number, on Flickr IMGP0737 by Not_a_Number, on Flickr IMGP0738 by Not_a_Number, on Flickr San Diego Zoo - Pollinator's Garden - the Zoo has a bog but it was in poor...
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    SmugMug Acquires Fliickr Flickr was recently acquired Flickr from Verizon (who now "owns" Yahoo). There seems to be confusion as to what this means to users who have accounts on Flickr. According to the USAToday article SmugMug...
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    **PAID**(Fresh Hex $20) Drosera 'Dork's Pink' Gemmae

    Drosera 'Dork's Pink' Gemmae hybrid of D. lasiantha × callistos Around 10 gemmae I only have a very few. This rosetted Pygmy Drosera fast became one of my favorites. The colors and overall shape of both plant and flowers are very pleasing to the eye. Grow as you would most other Pygmy Drosera...