I wanted to try and see what a future victim of my plants voracious appetites might see before he wanders into a trap. I set my little 20$ camera down in the planter and managed to get a few shots that weren't so blurry.
I was particularly inspired by this rockin' Utricularia leaf in behind...
Looking for similar dews not on my growlist.
I have extras to trade of:
D. ascendens (hairy red)
D. ascendens (Caminho do Mar,São Bernardo do Campo,Brazil)
D. ascendens (Serra de Ponta Grossa, Campo Largo, Parana, Brazil)
D. ascendens (Itarare, Sao Paulo, Brazil)
Clones I don't have!
Eden Black (eb x eb)
Brewer giant green
Triffid Albany black
Sourced from CZ Plants back in May 2008. This listing is for a US quarter-sized plant potted in long-fiber Sphagnum with a live Sphagnum top-dressing. I'll ship the plant potted to the winner for free.
Bidding starts at $2.
Drosera graomogolensis Itacambira, Minas Gerais, Brazil
This is one of the easier to grow and propagate South American species. Growing them long term (3+ years) is a little tricky though. I recommend you keep plenty of backups from leaf cuttings. This is certainly one of the most attractive...
Up for auction is one medium sized plant of Drosera graomogolensis. The plant will be uprooted from the pot it is growing in and sent to the winner after the auction ends. The plant is about the size of a standard quarter. Shipping should be about $10 (give or take, this is an approximation)...
Up for auction is:
- x3 D. graomogolensis plantlets
- I will pick 3 of the largest plantlets (each about the size of a quarter)
- Bidding starts @ $2.
- Buyer pays shipping - which is estimated to be ~$7 for a small-flat rate w/ tracking. If you win more than one of my auctions, I will...
Still in need of spiralis/graminifolia, different locales of D. ascendens, and I hoard D. schizandra.. so that's always an option as well.
Always open to offers of whatever though..
Only looking to part with about 20 of these. Here is HALF of the container..
I have a BUNCH of D. graomogolensis, and a couple D. schizandra to spare.
Looking for D. graminifolia (D. spiralis) or whatever it's called now.
And some other stuff, I forget. Feel free to shoot me any offer..
Can post pics with enough requests.
I'm looking for some drosera graomogolensis and camporupestris plants or plantlets to expand the south american sundew collection. For trade, i have affinis, adelae giant, ultramafica hybrid, filiformis, prolifera, and oblanceolata plants. I also have scorpiodes gemmae, sp pretty rosette seeds...
Just some pics.. feel free to add if you like.
A couple D. montana var. tomentosa that arrived about 2 weeks ago.
in the pot next to that, D. graomogolensis on peat (rather than LFS). Experimenting with different medias atm..
a couple of the LFS pots, first up D. ascendens...
Things are looking fine, so I thought I would show off my propagation and labelling efforts...
U. pubescens "Serra Caraca", finally getting established.
U. rostrata, from some location or another. Still establishing from the CZ.
My FAVORITE! U. blanchetii. It is like a fine grass, so...
""numbers in brackets indicate quantity of plants available for trade,
"+"indicates more plantlets started and/or sprouts
"*"indicates seed pack/s available for SASE, limit 1 per request while supply lasts, PM for details
No brackets = No trade
I have several small fully-rooted little Drosera graomogolensis plants to trade and I am looking for these plants: D. derbyensis, D. fulva, D. darwinensis, D. brevicornis and D. kenneallyi. Yeah, I know - I'm not asking for much. :-D I'm also looking for a nice D. venusta and for D...