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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 just update my grow list (http://www.terraforums.com/forums/showthread.php/136494-Patrickntd-Grow-list?highlight=patrickntd). and find some extra of the following plants for trade.
D. x beleziana 'Nightmare'
D. binata f. multifida f. extrema
P. agnata x emarginata
P. emarginata x agnata
I have the following species available for trade:
To thank a number of members for their generous giveaway, I would like to giveaway some plants.
U.S. only; everyone can only enter one list (A to E); winner will be picked at the end of this week using random.org; winners pay shipping via paypal.
Any question, email me @ email@example.com...
I was over at my mom's, partly to get a picture of a Begonia, and I broke a piece off that plant by accident. So I decided to gather a few things and make it interesting.
Here's what I left with:
1) Kalanchoe 'Pink Butterflies'
2) Calceolaria mexicana seedling (annual, reseeds)
I have been asked for my growlist many times and I am really bad about keeping one so here goes (As of this posting this list is incomplete and only includes my Aldrovanda, Genliseas and Utricularias).
My Interests in the Carnivorous plant world
It seems like there isn't much interest in aquatic Utricularia here, so I am doing this giveaway to try to change that. I will be giving away two packages of assorted aquatic Utricularia. I will pick the winners using a random number generator next Friday and PM my Paypal address to them for...
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...
I got this plant in a trade today, but the person I got it from doesn't know what it is. I'm tempted to say vulgaris, because it looks like what I have grown before as vulgaris. Also, does anyone know whether Meadowview's vulgaris is really vulgaris, or is it macrorhiza? The picture they have of...
I just wanted to share some photos of my Utricularia tank. The substrate is Flora-max mixed with a little peat moss at the bottom with RO water and no CO2 injection, so I don't grow Aldrovanda in here, although since it doesn't really have algae problems I'm considering adding CO2 and putting...
Has anyone had luck growing this plant? I've heard how difficult it is to keep alive. I used to have some but they just got smaller and smaller and faded away. When I received them, they hadn't broken up into pieces like they are said to do, but after several weeks in my tank they just all died...
Last year, based on somewhat of a hunch (from reading threads that a number of people who grew U. longifolia on a windowsill had flowers while those who grew under lights - often did not), I placed a U. longifolia on my east-facing windowsill .... and flowers - lots of them! Last September, I...
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...
So I have a couple dozen various sundew seeds, and have spent all day doing research...and there's some gaps in my required information that I can't fill.
I'm particularly looking for the following information:
-country of origin
-family (tropical, temperate...
Today I took few pics of my drosera I hope you like them:-)
drosera peltata var. paltata (Brisbane Ranges, Victoria) in flower:
drosera peltata var. foliosa (Jamieson, Vic) and other varieties in the background
.....and the species currently pleasing me the most, drosera...
Hi! The tuberous (and other) sundews are really enjoying cold autumn morning sun, I took some pics today, hope u like them:-)
drosera montana var. glabrata
drosera peltata var. gracilis
drosera peltata var. peltata
drosera peltata var. auriculata...
Hi! I took some pictures over the weekendand would like to share with you.
D.nitidula ssp. omissa/pulchella
crazy 3cm big D.spatulata
d.anglica from leaf cuttings
Seed for swap ... update
I have the following seed ready for swap :
- d. rotundifolia (fresh)
- d. madagascarensis (fresh) - gone
- d. sessilifolia (fresh)
- d. peltata gracilis or foliosa (fresh)
- d. erythrorhiza (this one no germinated for me yet)
Just PM me what You have to...
Yea! i got germination on a tuberous species. This is one of the few pots that have sprouted so far. The seed was very fresh as i had collected these myself this Summer from my mother plant.
These are about 6 weeks old.
The mother plant has also sprouted several plants in the pot.