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    flytraps2000's growlist

    Hello everyone, here is my grow list.  Little old with some additions missing but pretty accurate. Current 2/05 additions coming soon, couple losses to. Aldrovanda ald1 Japanese form ald2 Australian red form NSW near Mertens Creek above Big Mertens Falls near Mitchel Falls, Kimberley...
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    Forbes' list

    Steve (Bugweed) was shocked and dismayed when I told him that my growlist was not online, so here it is. If interested in a plant, please feel free to contact me, preferably via email. I may not have a spare, but can always add it to my list of plants to propagate. (edited 9 21 06; quite a...
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    Sam_cph grow lists

    Pygmy Sundews D. citrina D. closterostigma D. dichrosepala D. echinoblasta D. enneaba {white flower} D. enodes D. ericksonae {pink flower} D. helodes D. lasiantha D. leucoblasta D. mannii D. nitidula ssp. allantostigma D. nitidula ssp. leucostigma D. nitidula ssp. omissa D. oreopodion D...
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    Seans growlist-

    Here is my latest growlist- South African Drosera Drosera admirabilis Drosera admirabilis 'Ceres, RSA' Drosera admirabilis 'Palmiet River, RSA' Drosera admirabilis 'seed from holotype' Drosera affinis 'Namibia' Drosera aliciae Drosera burkeana Drosera capensis 'Mini Red' Drosera capensis...
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    Sunpitcher's growlist for 2005-2006

    ALEX’S GROWLIST-1/4/05 ALDROVANDA A. vesiculosa (Japan) BROCCHINA B. reducta BYBLIS B. liniflora CEPHALOTUS C. follicularis DARLINGTONIA D. californica D. californica (Florence, OR) DIONAEA D. muscipula D. muscipula ‘Big Mouth’ D. muscipula ‘Big Vigorous’ D. muscipula ‘Fang’...
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    I am looking for anything not on my growlist

    ALEX’S GROWLIST-1/3/05 ALDROVANDA (1) A. vesiculosa (Japan) BROCCHINA (1) B. reducta BYBLIS (1) B. liniflora CEPHALOTUS (1) C. follicularis DARLINGTONIA (2) D. californica D. californica (Florence, OR) DIONAEA (13) D. muscipula D. muscipula ‘Big Mouth’ D. muscipula ‘Big Vigorous’...
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    Aquatic utrics

    Available for trade are the following aquatic utrics: U. macrorhiza - Plumas Co, CA U. bremii U. foliosa There you have it folks, and I'm looking for most anything* not on my growlist: Sarracenia: rubra rubra rubra gulfensis - crestview radio tower site flava var. ornata flava var. maxima...
  8. rubrarubra

    Rhododendron book

    Hi, I've got the book "Rhododendrons of Sabah" for trade. It describes the 35 or so rhododendrons that grow in Sabah, the northern area of Borneo, where mt kinabalu is found. Has ID information, and lots of pics. This book is in excellent condition. I'll trade it for almost anything not on my...
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    Dormancy

    Hi, one of my aquatic utrics (got this one about a month ago). is making wat look like turions. Is this normal for this season? Its either inflata or foliosa. My inflata aren't making these.
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    Some pics of sundews in progress...

    First...for Tamlin, here's your surprise...well...actually it's in a box being mailed in the am. And a shot of the roots just so you can drool a little ;) Now for the sundews in progress... D. cuneifolia D. foliosa "Lysterfield" D. intermedia Rorimae x D. capillaris "Long Arm"...
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    Aquatic Utics, Where?

    Hello, Could anyone PM me their sources for aquatic utrics? I'm especially looking for U. foliosa "Cuba", but also any other aquatic
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    Drosera seed pics

    Well as we all know all of the upright (not including the climbing D. macrantha) Drosera in South East Australia have been reduced to the same species, D. peltata. Howerver these "forms" grow side by side, look different, are geneticly isolated from each other, have different looking flower...
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    D. foliosa

    As some of you may be aware a friend and I have been looking into the situation of upright Drosera growing in Victoria (Australia). After a lot of field work we have finaly realised that the "new species" we discoverd simply turned out to be D. peltata, but the plant we (and everyone else it...
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