WTB: WTB Epiphytic Utricularia
WTB Epiphytic Utricularia. Looking to purchase Utricularia Campbelliana, Utricularia Jamesoniana, Utricularia Endressii, Utricularia Asplundii. I would also be interested in Utricularia 'Jitka'.
List Date: 7/30/2016
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I can trade Utricularia alpina, Utricularia asplundii, Utricularia reniformis, Utricularia nelumbifolia x reniformis, or Utricularia cv. 'Jitka.' I may also have some South American Drosera available but I need to confirm next week. Terrestrial Utricularia also available.
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
I want to get u. Alpina u. Quelchii u. Jitka and u. Nudlinger flair. I want to know what soils you use. I have access to a very limited range of soils unfortunately these are peat, washed river sand, fine orchid bark and vermiculite. There is perlite too but its almost powder fine and...
you are bidding on this pot that has starters of U. 'Jitka' and U. quelchii. I started this pot well before xmas, I know it's not very leafy but it should have some good subterranean growth. Starting bid is $8, buyer to pay me $6 for shipping, can't ship to Hawaii, thanks--...
Edit: Trade Closed
I have a small portion of U. 'Jitka' for trade. As many of you know, this is a fairly rare cultivar and an interesting cross between U. quelchii (female) and U. praetermissa (male).
I'm looking for plants on my want list (and not on my growlist) -...
Notice: Growlist now available on my blog - http://ngcarnivorousplants.blogspot.com/p/grow-list.html. The blog list will be updated. This one will not.
Growlist: (* = Extras for sale/trade) (Updated 2/4/2014)
vesiculosa – 1
liniflora – 1
Typical – 1...
Hey everyone. I finally got around to typing up a list for you all. I'm pretty sure I got everything but not 100% sure. Also keep in mind I work in a greenhouse where we've got over 300 species of plants ranging from orchids, ferns, tropical fruits, cactus, ethnobotanicals and more. So if you're...
Up for auction is a small pot of U. quelchii & one of U. 'Jitka' - both being Orchidioides utrics. The U. quelchii is rare among utrics as it has a large red flower when in bloom. For reasons unknown to me, neither of these plants are frequently available within the USA - so here's a great...
Up for auction is a small, well-established division of the cultivar Utricularia 'Jitka'. This Orchidioides hybrid's bloom is considered by many to be the most beautiful utric flower. This plant is rarely available in the USA.
Side view of actual plant
- Bidding starts @ $2.
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...
Sarracenia - Some photos not mine, but used with permission from the person whom the plants originated
S. 'Adrian Slack'
S. 'Leah Wilkerson'
S. "Blood Moon"
S. 'Judith Hindle'
S. 'Scarlet Belle'
S. 'Dana's Delight'
S. 'June Bug'
S. 'Dixie Lace'
S. 'Tripe Rarity'
Does anyone else have a U. X "jitka"
If so how, do you grow it successfully.
How do you keep your terrestrial utricularias pure? that is keep them from mixing together. i.e. keeping bisquamata out of everything else. keeping dichotoma where you want it.