Allen Lowrie's Carnivorous Plants of Australia: Magnum Opus (2013) lists some 241 species of carnivorous plants at the time of publication. 163 of those are Drosera. Of these 29 are newly named. Some are new species formally described for the first time. Some were renamed as the "true" species...
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...
After speaking with several members here among other growers, I have realized that there are more misconceptions about successfully growing these plants than I had thought. I wrote the care sheet below last year for the NECPS members to use as a guide for their cultivation and I hope that it can...
any chance someone here grows ,and is willing to so somekind of trade. leaf cutting pulling seedling ?
just asking .
got to start some where:blush:
who grows it , got some pics . ?
hoping to get a few more exotic dews .:blush:
I have D. macrophylla and D. macrophylla ssp. monantha both in flower. Is it possible to cross pollinate the two to make a tuberous hybrid? ???
And for future reference, is it possible to cross pollinate completely different tuberous species like erythrorhiza and macrophylla?
I took pictures of some drosera jars today:
drosera anglica 'Hawaii'
drosera falconeri (crowded jar)
drosera hilaris (turned out to be very weedy species when correct medium is used)
drosera spatulata var. lovellae...
Yay we had some sun for a change! I was able to get a few pictures of some D. macrophylla. I feed my dews quite heavily with freeze dried bloodworms so there is a fairly short window in which they look good still, and not covered in dead bloodworms!
Anyway here ya go... enjoy
First up, D...
Hello everyone, here is my grow list. Little old with some additions missing but pretty accurate. Current 2/05 additions coming soon, couple losses to.
ald1 Japanese form
ald2 Australian red form NSW near Mertens Creek above Big Mertens Falls near Mitchel Falls, Kimberley...