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...
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 have been trying to find at least one drosera and one byblis to grow outside
With my sarracenia but I cant decide what I should try.
I really like the Indica complex, and I was considering
B. Filifolia or lamellata. All perferrably annuals.
What are the dewiest/ largest sundews you guys...
1. Both are large and super gluey. At my miniature balcony, I turn around to water other plants only to be smeared with their digestive juices all over the arms. The watering can also gets coated with slime if it is used to water any other CPs near these fellows. :jester:
2. Both look VERY...
Hi everyone, I am starting to grow this genus again.
Seeds from seller A
Seeds were soaked in GA3 for 24 hours and sowed on peat/sand mix. Almost every seed of the five tropical species sown became mouldy and there was no germination.
Seeds from seller B
First batch was soaked in GA3 for 24...
Lecanopteris, any species.
Multiple Drosera tubers, any species.
Ant plant species other than Myrmecodia beccarii, tuberosa.
For trade I have:
young Myrmecodia beccarii pink fruit variety
mature Drosera filiformis "Florida All-Red"
mature filiformis var...
Hi everyone. I'm looking to expand my collection a bit. Here is a list of plants that I am looking for:
D. x corinthiaca
D. regia 'Big Easy'
I'm also interested in any other hybrids and species that I do not have. No D...
Up for auction is several seeds of each of the following. At least 5 of each.
1. B. aquatica “copper coloured thick robust stems to 20 cm tall, flowers dark purple” most eastern location
2. B. filifolia “robust plants > 25 cm tall, flowers mixed colours of white, pale pink, pink & very dark...
Contest ends and winning number(s) will be selected via random number generator on 10pm GMT Friday Dec. 14th 2012
Winner/s will receive at least 5 each of:
Seed are not to be sold or given away unless with...
I am Darren,i live in Singapore.i have S.purpurea spp.(20)X1 ,And d.venosa seed(100)X1, D.burmanii,(50)X1,d.binata(20)X2. d.capenis typical (50)X3 to trade with you guys for the following cp.
D. adelae seed
B. filifolia seed
B. liniflora seed
lower nep. seed
Venus fly trap
For the past 10 months, I had the good fortune of being able to grow and flower 2-7 plants of each of the seven tropical Byblis species.
At first, I noticed that there seemed to be some variation between each species in terms of the how their leaves looked in very bright light. But being an...
I mislabelled the plants and grew them as B. filifolia in moist LFS. :blush: They are now flowering at the height of 6cm and THEN I realise that they are actually the aquatic species.
The flowers do not open fully in my conditions.
The seeds were labelled as "copper coloured stems up to...
The plants are all grown in pure sphagnum moss, under identical conditions.
From the right (ruler is 18"):
B. aff. filifolia ""flowers purple on both sides of petals", B. sp. Pilbara, B. guehoi, B. filifolia
B. filifolia (taller plant on the left) and B. liniflora(?)
B. filifolia - leaves are almost 20cm long, large flowers with narrow lilac petals
Anther length cf filaments - longer. Pedicels longer than leaves - no
B. liniflora(?) - mauve flowers atypical of liniflora; may be mislabelled so...
I'm still looking for P. filifolia seeds or plants. I'm also looking for other harder to find Pinguicula such as P. nivalis and P. immaculata.
I'm sure we can get something worked out.
I'm looking for a few plants that I lost awhile back. Take a look at my growlist. It's fairly up to date. It's missing the Neps and a few items I just received.
P. agnata 'El Lobo'
I just recently got 6 B filifolia seeds to germinate I sowed about 10 using the 10% bleach method and 10 on mix soaked with smoke water. This is water that was poured on ash from burnt garden twigs and dry leaves, then the water is sieved. Im really amased at how fast they germinated 7-14 days...
These are seeds from our own Cindy. Siegfried Hartmeyer recommends for scientific accuracy they should be labeled Byblis filifolia 'Goliath' × guehoi(?). It is recommended that treatment with Gibberellic acid (GA3) be used to germinate these seeds. Flame/smoke treatment may also be effective...
D. callistos "Brookton form"
D. capensis typical
D. capensis "red"
D. capensis "alba"
D. filiformis ssp. filiformis
D. multifida "extrema"
D. peltata ssp. auriculata (seedling)