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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)
I have the following plants available for trade:
Last year I took a trip to the northern portion of Michigan and the southern portion of Upper Peninsula. On the trip I encountered various carnivorous plants and orchids.
Emmet County (Day 1):
The first site was quite unique compared to similar sites I have been to. All of these plants...
I spent this weekend visiting different CP sites throughout New England. The first stop was a failed attempt to see Pinguicula vulgaris in New Hampshire with Natch. The site is at the top of a large talus slope. We were able to get about 3/4 of the way up but then got stuck at a thick treeline...
This weekend we visited an Atlantic white cedar bog in Southern NH. This location sits in a depression right smack in the middle of suburbia. The area is under threat of disappearing due to the encroaching red maples and grey birches that are invading the bog at an alarming rate. The trees have...
Today the NECPS got together in western Massachusetts to visit a few of the local bogs. We toured 3 different sites in the region and saw some amazing plants.
Site #1. While the CP's we saw at this site were impressive, the orchids stole the show today.
The general habitat where all the...
I just got back from Florida and even though time was limited, I still had the opportunity to visit a couple of CP habitats.
Big Cypress Swamp:
Utricularia cornuta (possibly U.juncea ?):
Utricularia foliosa in Lake Dora, Central...
Aldrovanda vesiculosa - Japanese
'B-52' x 'Ginormous'
D. helodes x pulchella
D. dichotoma 'Giant'
D. filiformis var...
I find it so ironic that many species of Utricularia native to North America are not commercially available in the United States, yet are available from European sources.
For example, who has seen Utricularia resupinata, juncea, cornuta, or floridana for sale in the states? It doesn't seem...
Hey everyone. I finally got around to typing up a list for you all. I'm pretty sure I got everything but not 100% sure. Also keep in mind I work in a greenhouse where we've got over 300 species of plants ranging from orchids, ferns, tropical fruits, cactus, ethnobotanicals and more. So if you're...
Hello folks ! this week-end i will explore a big bog in my region.
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/dals09/7299153552/" title="blainville bog de dals009, sur Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8017/7299153552_02323b2484.jpg" width="500" height="393" alt="blainville bog"></a>...
As many of you know I am working on getting a CP group going in texas and I would like to start growing more texas native carnivorous plants species to be able to share seeds and plants at our meetings this spring and summer.
I currently do not have any texas native species and was wondering...
Hi, I'm new to this forum. I just discovered this forum though Dendroboard.com, where I've a member of that forum for about 2 years now. I have the following plants for trade;
Hooded Pitcher Plant..(Sarracenia Minor)...
Yellow Butterwort.....(Pinguilular Lutea)...
I'm looking specifically for this species, but if you have any other offer, let me know. I'm accepting seeds, plants, cuttings, anything that will keep growing.
Why these species? they are simply native CP's of north carolina, and just thought about getting them, perhaps my next...
I'm currently looking to aquire Utricularia cornuta plants or seeds, if anyone has any availiable, please PM me and we will see what kind of trade can be made. Anything on my trade list is up for grabs, but I may be willing to take cuttings of some of my larger nepenthes or make other offers...
This was a fun thread a while back, thought I would revive it.
D. filiformis var. tracyii
S. purpurea ssp. venosa
S. purpurea ssp. venosa var. montana
I just got back from camping. I saw some big d. rotundifolia, u. subulata, u. cornuta, and one top secret pitcher plant species. Also saw a bog orchid. I would rather this thread not come up in a google search. Please don't reply with the name of the pitcher plant.
I could smell the...