Things I've got
alicea "silvermine (?)", strap-leaf form
anglica “Alakai Swamp”
x "Andromeda (BCP cross of D. prolifera x schizandra)
binata "Waihohonu Desert"
burmannii: Humpty-Doo, Hann River, Hong Kong Red
capensis "big pink", red...
I have had a lot of time one my hands :-))
- Brocchinia reducta
- B. guehoi
- B. liniflora
- B. filifolia x guehoi
- C. follicularis (a beautiful plant from Nauz)
- D. californica
- D. californica seed grown...
I've recently harvested quite a few P. chilensis seeds. These are pretty darn fresh, the last batch I harvested 7 days ago, and the most recent batch I harvested about 2 days ago. In my experience, these are a very easy species to germinate, much like lusitanica. If you're interested in trading...
Here is a photo of my P. chilensis. You can see some seedlings, that are likely from a seed pod which I forgot to harvest. One of the amazing traits of this plant is that it is completely autogamous!
The flowers of P. chilensis are very short, the stalk can be sessile like mine, or a few cm...
This is what looks like a new division appearing on my P. chilensis. Some of you may have seen this on FB or other forums, but I just wanted to share this, since not many people grow, or even talk about, this Ping.
You can also see some white mold-like substance on the leaf edges and by some...
I lied... :jester:
If there is anything that I don't have for trade, but you are dying to have, send me a pm and I'll see if I see what I can start propagating for ya. I'm always looking for different clones than what I have, so if you have something I already have on my growlist, send me a...
The clip points out that the thorns point inwards
England, Meet Your New Giant Sheep-Eating Plant
Carnivorous Plants In England Known To Eat Animals | Popular Science
RHS 'sheep-eating' plant about to bloom in Surrey - BBC News
A photo of a bigger plant...
D. muscipula typical
D. anglica Kanaele Bog, Kauai, HI
D. anglica near Lake Constance, Germany
D. "burkeana" (most likely not!)
D. capensis albino
D. capensis broad leaf [pictures]
D. capensis typical
I don't know if there's an Aristolochia thread already, but I decided to start one. These are cool plants that are in no way carnivorous, but they do typically trap their pollinators for a day or so, releasing them when their pollen matures.
Aristolochia chilensis, first time bloom. Plant...
I have a small cup trap vft for trade to try and get Aristolochia Chilensis seeds or a small plant/seedling
Or i have some nepenthes reinwardtiana seeds still to offer and a variety of cacti/succulent and mesemb seeds readily available just ask and if i have them ill gladly let u kno and throw...
Grow list (6/29/2016 updated)
D. filiformis (temperate) - seed grown (ICPS seed bank)*
D. filiformis 'Florida all red' - seed grown*
D. binata [Coromandel, NZ] (warm temperate) - seed grown (ICPS seed bank)
D. binata f. multifida f. extrema*
D. binata ‘Marston Dragon'*
I got some neat Aristolochia seed from england this winter and 8 weeks after sowing I've got some cool stuff:
First is Aristolochia maxima.
A rare tree like species with atypical leaves for the genus (they're ovate instead of heartshaped) as with the other ovate leaves tree-like species A...
Hey folks, I just got a huge shipment of seeds from Englands Chiltern Seed Co. and I'm almost done sowing everything on pure shredded LFS in 72 cell Jiffy seedling greenhouses and stacking them ontop of my flourescent fixtures for bottom heat. I was just curious if any of you have experience...