Hey guys/gals I'm on the lookout for D Linearis and D Capillaris seeds. Preferably with a more northern location on the Capillaris. I'm ready to buy today. Let me know what you have.
Thanks for looking!
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I have had a lot of time one my hands :-))
- Brocchinia reducta
- B. guehoi
- B. liniflora
- B. filifolia x guehoi
- C. follicularis (a beautiful plant from Nauz)
- D. californica
- D. californica seed grown...
please check my long wish list. I look for many other plants if you have any interesting species please let me know. Seeds and plants welcome!
# Drosera "Nova"
# Drosera "Shibata"
# Drosera "Zambiana"
# Drosera amazonica
# Drosera arenicola
# Drosera brevicornis
# Drosera browniana
I've been growing, or at least trying to grow, linearis for about 8-10 years and I can never get them to come out of dormancy in the spring and/or they die during the winter. I've tried outside, in the fridge, and in a unheated garage, no joy. Anybody manage to get these to survive...
I lied... :jester:
If there is anything that I don't have for trade, but you are dying to have, send me a pm and I'll see if I see what I can start propagating for ya. I'm always looking for different clones than what I have, so if you have something I already have on my growlist, send me a...
I'm a Michigan native and am trying to collect all the CP species from the state.
Anyone have plants or seeds of D. linearis they would be willing to part with or trade for? I much prefer non-field collected.
PM me if so.
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As the title says, I'm looking for D. linearis. Doesn't have to even be a mature plant. Seeds, seedlings, strikes, or even fresh cuttings are welcome; I can root them myself. Just looking to own a specimen or two of the species.
I have a few things to trade, but not much.
I am offering this sarracenia division. It came to me labeled only as "sarracenia species" so I really have no clue what it is. It did flower this spring (pics included below) and the division you are getting ships with whatever flower stalks are attached. I never bagged or Covered the flowers...
So after reading Cthulu's giveaway thread I was alerted to the fact that some believe D. anglica to be a hybrid between D. rotundifolia and D. linearis. I guess I am confused because whereas D. anglica can be found locally in my area in various localities, I have never seen a D. linearis...
I've got 1 packet each of Drosera x anglica (rotundifolia x linearis) - Kanaele Bog and Alakai Swamp. Both are Hawaiian locales. Approximately 25 seeds in each packet. Standard giveaway, just add your name to the list of which ever locale you want. Shipping is on me. Winners will be chosen 1...
Seeds: Drosophyllum, Drosera Linearis & Anglica, Sarr Purpurea available for swapping
I just collected Drosophyllum (originally: Southern Andalucia) and Sarracenia seeds. Also still have some Dr. Linearis and Anglica seeds available from last fall.
Ideally, I am interested in highland...
For swap: Sarracenia purpurea ssp purpuera seeds.
Collected today. Originally from Swiss Alps.
Germination 100% guaranteed!
I'm looking for Darl seeds (with locations) or Dros linearis (with locations)
Thanks everybody, and all the best
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 ......
See something on my growlist that you want? Anything with a star on my growlist means I have a division available. Have something that you think I may be interested in and are willing to spare? Then just hit me up. US trades only please. I'm interested in...
alata Double Flower...
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...
I'm looking to trade for plants that will survive the cold, New Hampshire winter outside. Specifically, I'm looking for D. angelica (not the Hawaiian variant), D. linearis, and P. vulgaris, but I'm open to trading for hardy, non-North American plants, too.
I don't have too much...
FOR TRADE: Plants I have for trade (most are full sized or almost flowering size):
D. ascendens ( Approximately nickel size)
D. adele typ
D. adele giant
D. binata coromandel, NZ
D. capensis (red/albino/typ)
D. capensis albino x aliciea
D. dichotoma giant
I was wondering if any of you have been to Maine and found D. linearis or D. angelica. Based on my research, both species are, somewhat, plentiful in Minnesota, at least, most of the pictures of both species growing in the wild from the lower 48 come from Minnesota, but I haven't...