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  1. kayaker78

    Bryant's Pinguicula Want List

    Caribbean Pinguicula albida Pinguicula benedicta Pinguicula bissei Pinguicula casabitoana Pinguicula cubensis Pinguicula filifolia Pinguicula lignicola Cultivars Pinguicula "ANPA B" Pinguicula "ANPA C" Pinguicula 'Bettie' Pinguicula 'Down Under' Pinguicula 'Enigma' Pinguicula 'Giant Green...
  2. R

    Short notice Non-Ided Utricularia Possible Orchidioides or longifolia

    The plan is to pack this up tomorrow morning and mail it off, so I would need the postage paypaled before the end of the day. I will be picking the winner in about 8-9 hrs. Sorry for the short notice but health issues have made it hard to do much and I'm feeling well enough to actually make...
  3. Benurmanii

    Benurmanii's New and Improved Grow List

    I have had a lot of time one my hands :-)) Bromeliads Genus Brocchinia - Brocchinia reducta Byblis Species - B. guehoi - B. liniflora Hybrids - B. filifolia x guehoi Cephalotus - C. follicularis (a beautiful plant from Nauz) Darlingtonia - D. californica - D. californica seed grown...
  4. R

    *PAID* Unided Utricularia orchidioides section (gnathaniel $10)

    1) Opening Bid of $2. 2) Unided Utricularia orchidioides section, this was sent to me labeled as U. quelchii, but clearly something else is growing in there. I have no idea what the main plant is or if there is any quelchii in there or not. The only chance for an ID is for it to flower and...
  5. apoplast

    Hi from Minne-snow-ta

    Well I finally did it. I've joined Terraforums. I was encouraged by a fellow CP grower, and have been reluctant. I normally hang out on OCPS which is a small friendly community of folks, who share many of my growing conditions. So, joining Terraforums feels a bit like a first trip to a big...
  6. T

    Utricularia geminiloba help

    Most of my plants are doing well in my Orchidioides setup, but I'm not sure about my Utricularia geminiloba. When I got it, it had quite a few healthy-looking leaves. However now there are only two leaves (one of which is new). One of the leaves is covered by the moss. Is geminiloba more...
  7. T

    My Orchidioides tub

    I decided to make a thread for the tub I am using to grow my Orchidioides Utricularia. The first post can be found in the section Orchidioides discussion thread.I started this a little more than a month ago, with Utricularia reniformis and asplundii. Currently in addition to those I have...
  8. DroseraLover

    DroseraLover's Growlist

    Cephalotus Cephalotus Follicularis Dionaea Dionaea Muscipula *It has ceased to be! (Dead)* Dionaea Muscipula "Akai Ryu" *It has also ceased to be! (Dead)* Drosera Drosera Adelae Drosera Adelae "Red Giant" Drosera Admirabilis Drosera Aliciae Drosera Binata var. Multifida Drosera Burmannii...
  9. RL7836

    Growing U. mannii

    While this species is now available in Europe, there still aren't that many people growing it. I thought it would be a good idea to start this thread to pool whatever info we have & hopefully make it easier for all growers to be successful. Observations - (would be nice if someone who has...
  10. R

    Informal poll for Sept Giveaways.

    Due to the generous nature of many of the TF members and with summer almost over its about the right time for some giveaways. So what are most people looking for? Keep in mind everything I'm growing is currently growing in 65-75 temps, maybe a little higher or lower. Utricularia...
  11. T

    Aquatic Utricularia Discussion Thread

    If there is any interest, I thought it would be nice to start a thread for discussing aquatic Utricularia, where we can share our setups, pictures of our plants, etc. I will freely admit that this idea came from RL7836's Orchidioides thread, but there shouldn't be much overlap with that thread...
  12. Bonnie

    Looking for Helis, Utrics, and Genlisea, have Orchids and other stuff to trade

    I'm looking for any mature divisions of Heliamphora that are not heterodoxa x minor, these are not for me but would prefer ones different from the ones on my grow list in case I do want to get a division back from them later (they would be going to a botanical garden) my grow list: Heliamphora...
  13. RL7836

    U. alpina - for postage

    Chunk of Utricularia alpina - species with the reputation as being the easiest from section Orchidioides. For those unfamiliar with this species, here's a flower pic: Postage should be less than $10. This offer is open to everyone (with USA mailing address) but please do your own research so...
  14. rcl27

    Cody Lawson's (rcl27) Grow List

    Cephalotus: Cephalotus (typical) - Flytrapcare Cephalotus (typical) - carnivorousplantsshop.eu Cephalotus "Double Ribbed" - JCal Cephalotus "Emu Point" - JCal Cephalotus "Hummer's Giant" - JCal Cephalotus "Phil Mann" - JCal Cephalotus "Squat" - JCal Dionaea Muscipula: Dionaea "Typical" - Lowes...
  15. U

    N. x 'Balmy Koto' up for trade

    Greetings all! I have been propagating my nepenthes over the last month or so and have a few Neps which will be avalible for trade here in the near future. Right now, I have a fully rooted N. x 'Balmy Koto' up for trade. The cutting was taken in February and has been rooted and well established...
  16. U

    Utricularia from seed

    Greetings TF, I might as well ask. I am considering ordering in some utric and/or genlisea seeds from over the pond. I know that the chances of successful germination are fairly slim when ordered this way but am tempted to try. Specifically, if/when availible, I am considering: Genlisea: just...
  17. RL7836

    Utric basket - section Orchidioides (kerokero $70)

    Utrics in section Orchidioides - generally these plants are pure epiphytes & grower in higher elevation areas. Unlike the Iperua basket I listed earlier, I cannot include all the species because 1) I don't grow all of them & 2) some are really expensive & don't lend themselves to a basket...
  18. RL7836

    Utric collection - section Iperua (JDW $47)

    I believe technically the taxonomic 'lumpers' won a short-term battle and succeeded in having section Iperua absorbed by section Orchidioides. However, I think that many (most?) people who grow plants from both groups agree that there are significant differences. Here is an opportunity to...
  19. RL7836

    U. asplundii - 2 clones - different flowers (Cichvette $32)

    U. asplundii - an established piece from both my short lobe & long lobe clones. Both plants are from Chiwinda, EC & both are currently flowering. This is an opportunity to own two free-flowering utrics that are easy to differentiate from each other via their flowers. U. asplundii is a very...
  20. RL7836

    U. asplundii - mature plant (boxofrain $25)

    - Utricularia asplundii - this is a division from my mother plant made last fall. It is growing well & flowering. I refer to this as my 'short-lobe' clone since the 3 lower lobes on the flowers are fairly short. This plant is from Chiwinda, Ecuador and is a very robust grower. It flowers almost...
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