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Hi everyone! I'm new to the forum! I recently got myself a drosera regia after wanting one for a long time now, along with a drosera aff. lanata "Flying Fox Creek". It's been about a week and a half since I got them and I noticed that, especially with the regia, the leaves are starting to...
I currently have several mature Drosera lanata (AG3 clone) plants to trade. I am looking for D. fulva, D. banksii, D. darwinensis, D. kenneallyi, D. ordensis or any of the aff. species/forms. This photo shows the same clone I am offering. If you are interested send me a pm (personal message) or...
Deltatango 301 Growlist 138 plants in Greenhouse 10' X 6'
WANTED Drosera Derbyensis D. Adelae D. Ultramafica X Spatulata D. Purpurascens
x phalaenopsis X 2 (Dobbies)
nutans x heterodoxa (HV011Hants)
WolframOmega's Highland Terrarium
I suppose it's probably time I started a photo thread. Here are some of the more presentable plants in my collection. Enjoy!
Here is my puny growlist. Enjoy!
Dionaea muscipula 'Ginormous'
S. flava var. cuprea (Lois x botanique)
Sarracenia rubra subsp. gulfensis
Sarracenia leucophylla (Drummond's giant imposter)
S. minor var. okefenokeensis Charlton Co, GA
Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa...
That's right. Your top 10 favorites. Period. Species, hybrids, cultivars, varieties, regardless if you possess them or not. Info on why (or not). I'm not much of a rule creator or follower.
1) Drosera gigantea
2) Drosera lanata
3) Drosera regia
Here are a couple of the Petiolaris I got a couple months back, I am lucky to have a climate that allows me to grow them outside, I got these from a guy that uses a terrarium, so had a fun time acclimating them the last several weeks, the lanata went Dormant but looks to be coming out of it and...
3 species of sundews for rcl27 SOLD
One each of 3 different species of Drosera: D. slackii, D. lanata and D. hamiltonii.
List Date: 5/14/2014
For more info, click here to view the original listing: 3 species of sundews for rcl27 SOLD
Typical ( large Vigorous )
D. Spatulata ( Kanto )
D. Capensis Alba
Once I was in a store and there was a corner in which some really strange plants were standing.
They shall eat meat or something like that and they are probably dangerous. No risc no fun. I took one of the glistening with the sticky leaves.
About 10 years later ......
D. Capensis "alba"
D. Paleacea ssp. Paleacea
D. Paradoxa (currently being shiped!)
D. Ordensis-ooooooh I NEED this plant!
...and pretty much...
This is one of the petiolaris complex of sundews. This group of plants requires special conditions to grow successfully. The photo is of the exact plant for bid. It is about 4 inches across and will be shipped bare-root. Winning bidder will pay $6.50 for USPS Priority shipping. Sorry - I will...
I have: Drosera lanata, D. dilatato-petiolaris, D. paradoxa and D. falconeri. It's worth noting that the dilatato-petiolaris is a clone from a plant I grew from seed so the genetics should be different from anything out there.
I am looking to trade for: D. fulva, D. derbyensis, D. petiolaris...
intrested in getting a variety of sundews.
have sundews and sarracenia, that i can offer for trade. including some uncommon cultivars for equal trade.
im looking for the following:
capensis ( all varieties)
intermedia x filiformis...
Drosera lanata - petiolaris complex
Drosera lanata is a member of the petiolaris complex of sundews. If you are unfamiliar with these plants I suggest you research them before you consider buying. They require higher temperatures than most species and some may find them difficult, though if...
It seems to me that there is a lot of interest in sundews of the petiolaris complex but not a lot of information out there. I consider these plants to be some of the most beautiful and interesting of all Drosera, if not all plants. They continue to be rare in cultivation and expensive to buy...
As the title states I am wanting to buy wooly sundews. I prefer plants but seeds will do if plants are not available. Any of the following: