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This has gotten a little out of date - decided to move the list to a google sheet - check it out here.
Mexican and hybrids
• P. agnata (scented flower) *
• P. agnata (true blue) *
• P. agnata 'El Lobo' *
• P. ANPA A
• P. cyclosecta
• P. cyclosecta x emarginata
Does anyone have some experience with this hybrid? I may grab one soon, so I wanted some basic information about it.
I've seen it's a hybrid of two lowlanders, so I'm concerned about my 3-5°C minimum temperature during winter (I plan to grow it outdoors). Is it tolerant of low temperatures...
Normally I grow my Nepenthes outdoors, but winters here are a bit too cold for the lowland species (Zone 9a). Last year, I tried putting them on a shelf by a windowsill (no supplemental lighting) and kept them in trays, but some of them did not make it through the winter. I've decided to get...
S rubra ssp alabamensis
S. Danas delight
S. Hummers hammerhead
S. Psittacina Walton Co. FL wilkersons bog
S alata red lid
S oreophylla sand MT al.
S alata "maroon throat"
S flava var cupurea
S leuco x flava var ornata
S flava var ornata
S minor "Okie giant"
S catesbaei x...
Well, I visited the shop again and it seems like they have not stocked up their plants. This was what I saw. Try guessing these plants! I have also took picture of the foliage for easier identification :)
1) Quite sure these are hookeriana.
5) Only one half dead...
Hello everyone, I decided to post my grow list. As you can see I am mostly into Nepenthes and tropical Pinguicula. I will add some pictures soon!
Typical (seed grown)
burmannii 'Humpty Doo'...
I have since acquired more nepenthes. What a Sin! Some random updates
N. Rafflesiana: The latest pitcher has darken, and producing some nectar.
N. Hookeriana: First pitcher after potted up, took about a month or so to stabilize
N. Ampullaria Green : A new pitcher is opening up
I've noticed some nice pitchers developing in good colors. These plants are new in my care and they really brighten me up. Glad I've been poisoned into Neps ha!
Nepenthes Viking : From a friend has color very nicely. Here's the development.
26 Aug 2015
Nepenthes Viking Seed grown : Like a baby...
Since this wasn't shared before by members who have previously had Lowrie's Magnum Opus (published Nov 2013) I thought I'd post a summary of some of the taxonomic changes and new species of Tuberous Drosera published in the work.
Please note the old names are still valid and it is up to you if...
I was using the DSLR on the Byblis so took some pics of the Nep pitchers as well. Disclaimer: The cool-growing plants are quite new so some of the pitchers came with the shipment...not that I can grow intermediate/highland Neps so well here in HOT Singapore. :cool:
N. spectabilis x hamata...
I had a rough winter, for a variety of reasons and am trying to get some plants back into the collection:
I lost all of my VFT's and cobra lily, D. adelae, D. prolifera, D. falconeri, D. ordensis,... spatulata, capillaris,
rotundifolia, intermedia, burmannii. gypsicola, cyclosecta, gracilis...
So I spent a little over half of June and all of July of this year in Borneo and Australia. I flew quite literally, around the world and it was absolutely incredible. I flew from RDU to JFK where I spent eight hours sitting around on the airport floor. Then I flew directly to Frankfurt, Germany...
flava var. maxima
flava var. ornata
flava var. rubricorpora
alata 'Heavy Veins'
minor var. okefenokeensis 'Ware Co. Clone C'
rubra gulfensis 'Anthocyanin-Free'
purpurea venosa var. montana
leucophylla 'Hurricane Creek...
I am looking for some more Sarrs as well as some VFT's as I dont have any in my bog and I think they would be a nice addition. I can send pics upon request, just dont have time to upload them all right now. So....here is what I have for trade:
P. gracilis x moctezumae
P. agnata "true blue"
I want to give back to a very generous community so here is what I have up for grabs:
P. gracilis x moctezumea (small)
P. 'Sethos' (small)
N. alata (rooted and growing cutting)
N. mystery seedlings (6 months old)
D. capensis typical
D. capensis 'Albino'
I will choose 1 winner at...