I have the following species available for trade (fairly recent pictures can be found in my growlist). I'm mostly looking for Utricularia and highland Drosera but feel free to offer other plants too.
Utricularia amethystina (purple and white flower forms)
Hello! If anyone has one of these species and is interested in trading, pm me. Plants I have are:
Pinguicula 'florian' (small pullings)
Phalaenopsis bellina var. alba
Amesiella monticola (in bloom)
Jumellea comorensis (in spike and bloom)
I have the following plants available for trade:
After a long pause growing plants I recently started againin January 2016. Hopefully the spring will allow me to ramp up slowly and see what species I can grow outside without much trouble.
- D. californica
- D. muscipula typical form
- D. muscipula (sprouted)...
I have various Utricularia species for trade. I am looking for subtropical Drosera and Utricularia species I don't have.
These are the species available:
I've done some reading about these guys, and they seem to like temps between 60-65 at night and 75-85 during the day, with high humidity, indirect light, decent airflow, and are best grown mounted, but well drained media like live sphagnum works too, right? Assuming the rest of this is correct...
The winner of this giveaway will receive portions of Utricularia bifida, Utricularia chrysantha, Utricularia biloba, and Utricularia praelonga. I will pick a winner next Monday. Shipping will be on me. Instead of using a random number generator, I will be picking the winner based on their answer...
I have the following species available for trade:
I thought I would share my experiences with growing Utricularia biloba. Utricularia biloba is one of my favorite species for its beautiful foliage. This is my second time growing this species; my first ended pretty quickly after I put the plant into an aquarium and it was eaten by other...
I am looking for Utricularia nephrophylla. I have the following plants available for trade:
I would also potentially be willing to trade other plants on my growlist for Utricularia nephrophylla.
You are bidding on a starter/plug of Utricularia biloba. U.biloba is an Australian, sub affixed bladderwort that does too well in my climate. Can be grown as a really wet terrestrial but does not grow as well as if allowed to be grown submerged.
Due to size it will be shipped via USP first...
I am wondering if anybody even has this plant. If I could trade for a division that would be awesome. Here's a couple plants I have for trade (not all lol)
Assorted vft cuttings (including D. muscipula 'green dragon', D. muscipula 'low giant', & D. muscipula 'ginormous') all of them are small...
I know this is a long shot, but I would be willing to trade for most of the Utricularia species on my growlist and some others for this plant. Given how rare this plant is, I could also trade multiple species to acquire it. I can give a full list of what I have to trade through PM.
I have been asked for my growlist many times and I am really bad about keeping one so here goes (As of this posting this list is incomplete and only includes my Aldrovanda, Genliseas and Utricularias).
My Interests in the Carnivorous plant world
I'm looking for any mature divisions of Heliamphora that are not heterodoxa x minor, these are not for me but would prefer ones different from the ones on my grow list in case I do want to get a division back from them later (they would be going to a botanical garden)
my grow list:
You are bidding on a starter of Utriculara biloba. This is a sub affixed aquatic that can be grown as a really wet terrestrial. A chunk of my parent plant will be divided and sent to the winner of this auction.
Will be shipped in a small box via first class mail. USA onlyI cannot provide...
I'm interested in affixed aquatic Utricularia, particularly biloba, volubilis, or resupinata. If you have any Utricularia that grow in a substrate underwater besides graminifolia, gibba or intermedia, I would be interested in trading. I have Aldrovanda vesiculosa and Utricularia...
I'm Howard. I've been getting back into carnivorous plants after a 3 year gap. I have a Nepenthes (not sure about the species) that I've had for almost 10 years.
Here's a list of plants I have acquired in the last few months: