Hi all! I bought some petiolaris Drosera seeds because, well, if I'm going to have a heated tank set up I may as well fill it! So today I needed to get the new pots into the tank and one of the exsisting pots, didn't want to move over. I did break a couple- who knows how long they were but I...
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)
VFT / Dionea Muscipula:
Typical 2 small
Epiphyllum oxypetalum “orchid cactus" 2
Looking for: I know some of these are unlikely, but hey, .. it doesn't hurt to try, right?
Byblis – anything
Cephalotus – Seeds...
I had a rough winter, for a variety of reasons and am trying to get some plants back into the collection:
I lost all of my VFT's and cobra lily, D. adelae, D. prolifera, D. falconeri, D. ordensis,... spatulata, capillaris,
rotundifolia, intermedia, burmannii. gypsicola, cyclosecta, gracilis...
I've had a couple "shots in the arm" with pygmy sundew gemmae and other assorted things, but what was once a thriving collection of butterworts is down to just a few. I am also missing a few basic sundews, like D. adelae, anglica, and aliciae. Here's my current grow list. Those with asterisks I...
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 ......
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...
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:
Hey Y'all! I'm back from college and my plants aren't even dead! :-O
Anyways, these guys have been sitting under their lights in plastic tupperware bins with the bottom full of about a half inch of water for the past three months. No other care was given, only water and light.
N. singalana x...
Here is what I've done to D. broomensis and D. ordensis. Next, I will do the same for the rest of the species I am growing at the moment. :banana2:
Please send over the seasons' blessings for these!!! Particularly for the furry ones. :hail:
From tissue culture, hardened and growing since April 2013
- D. darwinensis and D. ordensis
- D. paradoxa
From tissue culture, hardened and growing since beginning of this month
- D. broomensis
- D. lanata
- D. kennealyii
- D. dilatato-petiolaris
- D. paradoxa
Grow List (Plants With T Available For Trade)
Czech Giant - T
Emu Point Giant
Hummers Giant - T
Phill Mann Clone
Robust - T
Typical - T
Mountain Variety - T
Othello (All Green)
B-52 - T
So far this is what my collection consists of, but I am focused on trying to increase the size of it over the next couple of months.
filiformis 'Ca Sunset'
aff. Petiolaris ‘Pin Cushion Form’ x ordensis
Dear CP growers!
Past 2 weeks I have been deflasking and started to acclimatize many sundew species from in vitro.
Most of then grew well in various tested nutrient media, some test have been performed with hormones and with colloidal silver. Here I would like to share several pictures with...
- D. intermedia "Mt. Roraima" (seedlings)
- D. spatulata 'Tamlin' (seedlings)
- H. minor
- H. pulchella (Churi tepui)
- S. flava var. rugelii
- U. alpina x endressii
- U. blanchetii
- U. livida
- U. pubescens
- U. tridentata...