I suppose it's about time so I'll start with some recent pictures. Quite a few actually.
Plants waking up outdoors.
Some native Oregon sphagnum I'm growing with the outdoor plants, covered with netting to discourage those pesky birds.
My crazy S. "Daina's Delight" growing more than 100...
Hello everyone, Joe here. This give away is for D. peltata (NZ), D. peltata 'pink flower' (NSW), & D. auriculata seeds. These seeds are a few years old but have been kept cold and should germinate no problem. I also have seeds of the other species listed below, but viability is uncertain. If the...
I have the following species for trade. All of the tuberous species are dormant.
D. abberans (used to be whiitakeri subsp. abberans)
D. menziesii subsp. menziesii ( plants get very red, almost crimson late in the growing season)
D. erythrorhiza subsp...
You are bidding on a packet of Drosera auriculata seeds. What is a packet? Say probably 50 or more. D. auriculata is an Australian tuberous sundew that does too well in my climate.
information on growing them can be found at...
After speaking with several members here among other growers, I have realized that there are more misconceptions about successfully growing these plants than I had thought. I wrote the care sheet below last year for the NECPS members to use as a guide for their cultivation and I hope that it can...
I am hoping to sow some D. auriculata and D. menziesii ssp. menziesii and was wondering what the best protocol was. I understand they need heat stratification, but is it a dry or wet stratification? How moist is too moist, and how long does it take for them to pop up? Cover or leave open to the...
Once I was in a store and there was a corner in which some really strange plants were standing.
They shall eat meat or something like that and they are probably dangerous. No risc no fun. I took one of the glistening with the sticky leaves.
About 10 years later ......
I've been interested in tuberous Drosera for a while now, but given how rare they are I haven't had a chance to grow them yet. I'm thinking of getting some seed from the ICPS seed bank, but does anyone know how difficult it is to get them to germinate? I've had only bad experiences with growing...
I have been hunting around various seed selling web sites in the hope of expanding my meagre Drosera collection into something more exotic. Then it occurred to me that I ought to ask you guys first...yes?!
Does anyone please have any of the following Droserae (or similar) and is willing...
Hello all. I hope someone can sway me one way or the other. I am expecting both D peltata and D auriculata seeds sometime in the next week or so. I have had success with peltata tubers, but never tried any tuberous Drosera seeds. I live in Southern California and temps are still quite on the...
""numbers in brackets indicate quantity of plants available for trade,
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No brackets = No trade
My grow list
N. sanguinea ( a red form)
N. thorelii x densiflora
N. maxima x veitchii (x allardii)
N. alata x khasiana
N. ventricosa x fusca
N. ventricosa x maxima
N. spathulata x alata
D. binata “marston's dragon”
D. callistos "Brookton form"
D. capensis typical
D. capensis "red"
D. capensis "alba"
D. filiformis ssp. filiformis
D. multifida "extrema"
D. peltata ssp. auriculata (seedling)
Germinating some hard species to grow and getting even harder growers in. I will list them here and if anyone has suggestions for them please let me know.
D. Burmannii Hong Kong
D. Spatulata Giant form
D. Sp. Lantau Island
I want to share some pictures of plants I took pics of. I hope you like them:-)
drosera broomensis x ordensis (taken out of TC recently)
drosera erythrorhiza ssp. squamosa ( I...