please check my long wish list. I look for many other plants if you have any interesting species please let me know. Seeds and plants welcome!
# Drosera "Nova"
# Drosera "Shibata"
# Drosera "Zambiana"
# Drosera amazonica
# Drosera arenicola
# Drosera brevicornis
# Drosera browniana
I tried to germinate CP seeds in test tubes filled with distilled water, using a magnifying glass to easily see when they started to germinate and sprout a root and leaves. I tried tropical and subtropical species, mostly Drosera. I wrote that up a few months ago as CP Water Germination...
I'm a beginner that just recently received their first seeds. :)
D. Capensis alba and red
2 cuttings for nepenthes ventricosa
Akai Ryu VFT
N. Ventrata × (bellii × ventricosa) seeds
I will trade rooted cephalotus cuttings, acclimated TC Nepenthes ampullaria x rafflesiana seedlings, or heliamphora heterodoxa seedlings for any of the following:
Drosophyllum - offer received
N. Ampullaria - offer received
N. Glabrata - offer...
Allen Lowrie's Carnivorous Plants of Australia: Magnum Opus (2013) lists some 241 species of carnivorous plants at the time of publication. 163 of those are Drosera. Of these 29 are newly named. Some are new species formally described for the first time. Some were renamed as the "true" species...
Since this wasn't shared before by members who have previously had Lowrie's Magnum Opus (published Nov 2013) I thought I'd post a summary of some of the taxonomic changes and new species of Tuberous Drosera published in the work.
Please note the old names are still valid and it is up to you if...
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...
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...
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 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...
N. x harryana
N. densiflora x robcantleyi
N. aristolochioides x thorelli
N. robcantleyi x (aristolochioides x spectabilis)
N. rajah x (burdidgea x edwardsiana)
N. glabrata x hamata
N. burkei x veitchii
N. talangensis x mirabilis var. globosa...
- D. intermedia "Mt. Roraima" (seedlings)
- D. spatulata 'Tamlin' (seedlings)
- H. minor
- H. pulchella (Churi tepui)
- S. flava var. rugelii
- U. alpina x endressii
- U. blanchetii
- U. livida
- U. pubescens
- U. tridentata...
Submitted for your approval................................Here are some freshly imported Drosera and Utricularia tubers from Australia.
Drosera erythrorhiza ssp. squamosa - Laterite Growing Form
Drosera erythrorhiza ssp. squamosa - Sand Growing Form
Last Updated: 4/13/14
A speacial thanks to everyone that contributed to my grow list. You guys are awesome! :D
D. binata 'multifida extrema'
D. capensis 'alba'
N. alata 'Speckled' (female)
N. albomarginata 'Penang'
not up to date 9/16/2013
Spatulata x Capensis
Nitudula x Pulchella
Hamata clone #1
Spat x Hamata
Burbidgea x edwardsiana...
I have D. macrophylla and D. macrophylla ssp. monantha both in flower. Is it possible to cross pollinate the two to make a tuberous hybrid? ???
And for future reference, is it possible to cross pollinate completely different tuberous species like erythrorhiza and macrophylla?