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Tropical/Mexican Pinguicula Species and Specific Localities
P. agnata red leaf November 2016, Feb. 2017, March 2017
P. cyclosecta November 2016, March 2017
P. ehlersiae - Victoria November 2016, March 2017
P. 'El Mirador' November 2016, March 2017
Most of my plants are doing well in my Orchidioides setup, but I'm not sure about my Utricularia geminiloba. When I got it, it had quite a few healthy-looking leaves.
However now there are only two leaves (one of which is new). One of the leaves is covered by the moss.
Is geminiloba more...
I decided to make a thread for the tub I am using to grow my Orchidioides Utricularia. The first post can be found in the section Orchidioides discussion thread.I started this a little more than a month ago, with Utricularia reniformis and asplundii. Currently in addition to those I have...
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
- 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...
I believe technically the taxonomic 'lumpers' won a short-term battle and succeeded in having section Iperua absorbed by section Orchidioides. However, I think that many (most?) people who grow plants from both groups agree that there are significant differences. Here is an opportunity to...
Over six months ago, some U. geminiloba escaped into the live LFS in one of my tanks. I've allowed it to grow & establish itself - it currently has 2 leafs on ~2" petioles and some smaller ones in the moss. When the auction ends, I will takes this clump of LFS (which also includes at least one...
As the title notes, I'm looking for small (2-6") plants of N. vogeli & N. lingulata. I prefer SG but would consider T/C.
For the right plants, I will consider offering:
- Heliamphora - species including H. uncinata, huberi, pulchella (different locations), heterodoxa, nutans & possibly collina...
Utricularia dichotoma (Thanks for the SASE, kulamauiman!)
Utricularia gramnifolia (Thanks for the SASE, flytraplady5!)
Utricularia graminifolia (Thanks for donating to the NASC auction 2011, RL7836!)
Utricularia livida (Thanks for the SASE...
Old collection. Now gone.
D. capensis 'Albino
D. capensis typical
D. capensis 'all red'
D. lanata x kennealyii
D. ordensis x falkoneri
D. omissa pink...
Up for auction is a small clump of Utricularia geminiloba. This is a member of section Orchidioides and for some reason is fairly uncommon / hard-to-find in the USA. While some have found this plant difficult to grow, I have discussed this with another grower - and we cannot figure out why - as...
With the weather warming up its time to try and set up some trades.
Here is what I'm mainly looking for:
Cephalotus variations I don't already have.
Brocchinia reducta - small one
Orchidioides Utricularia I don't have or variations of ones I have.
I've been growing some of these Utrics for approximately 1.5 years (yup - a noob) and have already gone through multiple trials & tribulations. Following some discussions with a grower on another forum (& a few on Terra), we thought it would be a good idea to start a discussion thread on the...
So far so good, its still growing. Wish me luck!
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/39807474@N07/5225017878/" title="Utricularia geminiloba Flower Stalk by randallsimpson, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5203/5225017878_015a6dae09.jpg" width="334" height="500"...
William (complete reboot)
Hm, the original title isn't so fitting anymore...
Lots of changes, lost lots of plants moving back between college... but lots survived too! Also some cool new species, including one that's been on my want list for a while.
New stuff from BCP is here...
iam looking for some epiphytic utricularia. if you have forms, locations, or just regular plants of