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So as most of you have read, I was hired to build and supply a nepenthes showcase for Superior Grow Supply in Lansing, MI. I've got the list of plants, and have started working on what I'm going to use to grow them in the store.
I have my choice of supplies from their website...
*Actively available for trade
~ Negotiable for trade
If there is no symbol following the name then the plant is not for trading and cannot be negotiated for. (Except with offers of N. argentii or N. edwardsiana, Triphyophyllum, etc.)
Cephalotus follicularis (Typical)
D. capensis "Alba"
D. capensis "Red"
D. capensis "Broad Leaf"
D. spatulata "Fraser Island"
D. nitidula x pulchella
Grow List of the Carnivore Queen!
I started growing CPs in 2006.
As much as I love SASE and trades and giveaways...please do NOT send me unsolicited offers!
I will post in the forums if I have anything to spare, or am actively looking for something.
While I'm an aspiring carnivore queen, I've...
I just got and potted up the best plants ever! First three are in teeny 2" pots, the last one is in something that looks more like 4".
N. truncata queen of hearts X king of spades
N. glandulifera open pollinated hybrid (glandu. X spec.?)
This info came across the VCPS listserver & even though it comes across as blatant spam, anyone who has seen some of his other books & enjoys Nepenthes will cough up the bucks ... The email also had 21 beautiful color pics of Neps - however, I don't know how to share those pics w/o hosting each...
truncata queen x king
lowii x boschiana
peter d Amato
Lowii x camp
truncata x ovata
Lowii x fusca
(vent x sib) x Sabre DC
(Lowii x Veitchii) x burbidgeae
[(lowii x vetichii)-yellow x boschiana] x tm
veitchii x burbidgeae
burbidgeae x tm
glandulifera x veitchii
Outdated as of 12/13/15
Aldrovanda:A. vesiculosa (Japan)
Catopsis:C. beteroniana is actually C. morreniana so far as I know
D. 'Dentate Traps'
Fork Leaved:D. binata var. dichotoma "Giant"...
Neps' Grow List
truncata highland (be, clone)
ventricosa red x carunculata robusta (ep, seed)
"queen of hearts" x "king of spades" robcantleyi (be, seed)
densiflora x "king of clubs" (be, seed)
veitchii k (ep, seed)
lowii x (northiana x veitchii) (ep, seed)
Nepenthes Species: C M R
1. m N. alata, Large Red LHNN C0002 6/10 $35
2. N. albomarginata "Gunung Jerai" Jimmy 4/10 $35
3. N. beccariana SG R3 9/11/11 $50
4. N. bicalcarata Super Red BW 6/10 $120
5. N. boschiana SG EP 10/07 $120
6. N. boschiana (b) SG EP 4/14
7. N. eustachya SG R3 4/25...
Just some pics that have been kicking around. This Fall has been kinda lousy with lots of rain and overcast.. not much in large colorful pitchers to photograph. Not to mention finding a nice bright day to even do it on!
Nice mature pitcher of N. glandulifera
Couple clones of one of my...
The next CCPS meeting will be Saturday, October 1st 2005 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm. The meeting will be held at the Rockrimmon Library in Colorado Springs. For directions to the library call them at 719-593-8000.
Contact me if you have any questions.
I have attempted to create a list of all the known and currently recognised species of Nepenthes. Of course this list is by no means complete or even exhaustive, but it does give a rough idea of the number of species known. Please let me know if I have missed any species out, or if you have...
Been a while so had a play with the camera today. A couple of these plants are quite small but you'll get the idea:
N. sanguinea (orange form)
Jeremiah Harris Carnivorous Plant Growlist
Colorado Springs CO
B. filifolia “Flowers mauve with pale lemon back”-Boulk area South Peninsular Kimberley W.A.
Have been a bit busy lately, but thought I would post a few
new images. All of these were taken within the last five hours.
Here is a speckled variety of N. campanulata which I obtained last
I find this variety of N. veitchii to be rather lovely; it is covered
with a nice, velvety...