Work in progress...
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
I currently have two Mexican butterworts gigantea and red leaf or flower I was wondering what condition they thrive in my gigantea seems to be lacking. Growth and declining and my red leaf seems to be in succulent phase leaves are all clump together life a rosette ...
Typical muscipula Dionaea
Dionaea Bohemian Garden
D. Binata T-Form
D. Binata multifida (new changes)
D. burmannii Hong Kong
D. burmannii red
D. capensis Alba
D. capensis "Giant" (changes)
D. Capillaris Long Arm
Things I've got
alicea "silvermine (?)", strap-leaf form
anglica “Alakai Swamp”
x "Andromeda (BCP cross of D. prolifera x schizandra)
binata "Waihohonu Desert"
burmannii: Humpty-Doo, Hann River, Hong Kong Red
capensis "big pink", red...
Including both my TF and Reddit usernames just for clarity. Asterisk * denotes those plants I am able to trade (either fresh or established pullings, divisions, etc.). PM for details.
- Generic garden store pot
- Suspected King Henry seedlings
- Akai Ryu
- Burbank's Best
I'm from the Northern Lower Peninsula of Michigan, been growing CPs for about 1 year now and totally addicted.
I've been reading a lot online & in books. I've been primarily active on the reddit page r/SavageGarden learning, sharing pictures, and making some exchanges. I'm trying...
Short list so far:
Growing above ground -
Nepenthes x Miranda
Nepenthes x Suki
Nepenthes Lowe's (BBP, labeled ventrata, 9/2017)
D. Binata x Marston Dragon
D. Binata x Marston Dragon (red)
D. Binata x Multifida Extrema
D. Capensis alba
D. Capensis giant (under testing)...
So i've searched this site's threads and many google sites to try and come to a clear consensus on substrates, it doesn't seem there is on (Which is ok! there probably will never be ha!). So this isn't exactly a question about "What substrate should I use", since there are tons of topics devoted...
Pinguicula x 'weser'
Pinguicula agnata x ( moranensis x ehlersiae )
Pinguicula x 'John Rizzi'
Pinguicula x 'Sethos'
Pinguicula moranensis "G Abalone Giant"
Pinguicula moctezumae x gigantea
Pinguicula x 'Aphrodite'
Pinguicula x Gina
Drosera capensis, Broad Leaf
Hi. I'm looking to trade some nepenthes plants for some lowland or intermediate/lowland nepenthes plants.
What I have to offer:
N. Ampullaria x Ventricosa "Lady Luck" 17 inch leaf span
N. Spathulata x Campanulata 7 inch leaf span with 2 pitchers
N. Spathulata x Diatas 8 inch leaf span with...
Hey guys, I'm a pretty new grower (if my profile didn't already give it away haha). I recently acquired a young P. Gigantea and D. Multifida var. Extrema about 3 weeks ago. I turned online for tips and help on growing them, and stumbled upon this site. Its great to see a bunch of other...
A number of my Pinguicula are in Winter growth now. It's exciting to see them change.
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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...