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  1. DJ57

    Free sarracenia seed

    Hybrid sarracenia seed are like a box of chocolates, you never know what you are going to get. I am clearing out my “seed vault” and up for grabs are sarracenia seed collected from my bog plants last year. These are either selfed or cross-pollinated with a different variety by nature (bumble...
  2. hcarlton

    Byblis flowers

    Hello all, This is the first time I've had B. liniflora around long enough to get it to flower, so I decided to share some pics. I was rather impressed with the lilac/mauve coloration the flowers had, instead of the pics I often see of bright pinks... :) though I know it's well within the normal...
  3. GreenBeast

    Sarracenia ID?

    I got this plant 3 years ago from a grab bag of random rhizomes on eBay and I still have no clue as to what it exactly is. I cross-pollinated it with a S. x mooreana last year and I'd like to update the tag for my seedlings. Some observations: It doesn't grow phyllodia in the the fall...
  4. SDCPs

    Goodies for YOUR TYPICAL Flytraps! My for trade list posted

    Please do not PM me. I will not respond. Instead, send an email to the address in the above photo with the subject as "Trade with __your name here__": What I want: Mature Typical Flytraps. I do NOT want multiple clones of the same plant. I want genetically different plants. Priority is given...
  5. Cindy

    Petiolaris complex seeds - when to harvest?

    I have some D. paradoxa plants forming fruits after I cross-pollinated two different forms. When should I cut the fruits off and dry them out to collect the seeds? The humidity has been above 65% outdoors and I doubt I'll see any of them pop/crack as they mature. Would waiting for the flower...
  6. S

    Heliamphora info

    The Marsh Pitcher Plants (Heliamphora sp.) By Alex Dietrick From the sandstone plateaus in Venezuela and Guyana, come a fascinating genus of carnivorous plants. South America’s only pitcher plant, Heliamphora is very primitive, but elegant in design. The trap seems to consist of...